List of Coronation Street producers

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This is a list of producers, all of whom have presided over the running of the ITV soap opera Coronation Street at some point since it began on 9 December 1960. In the early days, producers came and went on a regular basis, some repeating several short stints over a number of years. In recent years however, with the established structure of the show and storylining more advanced than ever, producers are more likely to stay for longer periods. The dates are the day that their first and last episodes aired.

No. Producer Dates
1 Stuart Latham[1] 9 December 1960 – 10 July 1961
17 February – 4 March 1964
2 Derek Granger[2] 12 July 1961 – 16 April 1962
3 H. V. Kershaw[citation needed] 18 April 1962 – 8 May 1963
28 September 1964 – 13 January 1965
15 February – 28 April 1965
26 July 1965 – 1 September 1965 (Executive)
11 July 1966 – 31 May 1967
10 March 1969 – 18 March 1970 (Executive)
21 October 1970 – 13 January 1971 (Executive)
15 March – 17 November 1971 (Executive)
22 May 1972 (Executive)
4 Margaret Morris[3] 13 May 1963 – 12 February 1964
9 March – 11 May 1964
5 Tim Aspinall[4] 13 May – 23 September 1964
6 Richard Everitt[5] 18 January – 10 February 1965
18 March – 29 May 1968 (Executive)
7 Howard Baker[6] 3 May 1965 – 21 July 1965
6 September 1965 – 5 January 1966
8 Peter Eckersley[7] 10 January – 6 July 1966
9 Jack Rosenthal[2] 5 June – 22 November 1967
10 Michael Cox[8] 27 November 1967 – 13 March 1968
11 Richard Doubleday[8] 3 June – 30 October 1968
12 John Finch[9] 4 November 1968 – 5 March 1969
13 June Howson[10] 23 March – 19 October 1970
12–14 September 1977
14 Leslie Duxbury[11] 18 January – 10 March 1971
12–28 August 1974
8–29 September 1975
3–12 October 1977
15 Brian Armstrong[12] 22 November 1971 – 17 May 1972
16 Eric Prytherch[10] 22 May 1972 – 24 April 1974
23–25 June 1975
17 Susi Hush[13] 15 April 1974 – 7 August 1974
2 September 1974 – 18 June 1975
30 June – 3 September 1975
1 October 1975 – 4 February 1976
29–31 March 1976
18 Bill Podmore[14] 9 February 1976 – 24 March 1976
5 April 1976 – 7 September 1977
19 September - 28 September 1977
17 October 1977 – 29 December 1982
31 August 1987 – 1 February 1989
19 Pauline Shaw[10] 28 June – 1 December 1982
20 Mervyn Watson[10] 6 December 1982 – 27 February 1985
6 February 1989 – 24 January 1992
21 John G. Temple[10] 4 March 1985 – 26 August 1987
22 Carolyn Reynolds[15] 27 January 1992 – 7 January 1994
23 Tony Wood[16] 10 January – 21 January 1994
29 March 2004 – 12 February 2006
24 Sue Pritchard[17] 24 January 1994 – 14 March 1997
25 Brian Park[18] 16 March 1997 – 4 December 1998
26 David Hanson[19] 6 December 1998 – 22 October 1999
27 Jane MacNaught[20] 24 October 1999 – 10 March 2002
28 Kieran Roberts[21] 11 March 2002 – 28 March 2004
29 Steve Frost[22] 13 February 2006 – 11 July 2008
30 Kim Crowther[23] 14 July 2008 – 23 July 2010
31 Phil Collinson[24] 26 July 2010 – 5 April 2013
32 Stuart Blackburn[25] 8 April 2013 – 12 August 2016
33 Kate Oates[26] 15 August 2016 –

References[edit]

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  2. ^ a b Rosenthal, Jack. An Autobiography in Six Acts. p. 126. ISBN 1-861-05960-4. 
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  5. ^ Purser, Philip (15 September 2004). "Richard Everitt". The Independent. Retrieved 30 July 2016. 
  6. ^ Purser, Philip (11 February 1999). "Corner shop aphrodisiac". The Independent. Retrieved 30 July 2016. 
  7. ^ McCormack, Kirsty (13 July 2014). "'I'm a loner' Anne Reid reveals why she has never remarried following husband's death". Daily Express. Retrieved 30 July 2016. 
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  10. ^ a b c d e Newcomb, Horace. Encyclopedia of Television. p. 603. ISBN 1-57958-411-X. 
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  12. ^ Gilbert, Gerard (23 January 1994). "Television/Long Runners: No 15: What the Papers Say". The Independent. Retrieved 30 July 2016. 
  13. ^ Milne, Paula (1 December 1995). "Susi Hush". The Independent. Retrieved 30 July 2016. 
  14. ^ Peter, Reece; Podmore, Bill. Coronation Street: The Inside Story. London: Macdonald. ISBN 0-356-17971-0. 
  15. ^ "95. Carolyn Reynolds". The Guardian. Retrieved 30 July 2016. 
  16. ^ Vlessing, Etan (18 April 2013). "U.K. Soap Producer Tony Wood Pacts With Cineflix Studios to Launch Buccaneer Media". Hollywood Reporter. 
  17. ^ "Television — Drama Serial in 1995". BAFTA. Retrieved 30 July 2016. 
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  19. ^ Hanson, David; Kingston, Jo. Access All Areas: Behind the Scene at Coronation Street. 
  20. ^ Chapman, Stephen (28 April 2014). "Legendary television producer Jane Macnaught has died". Prolific North. Retrieved 30 July 2016. 
  21. ^ Dowell, Ben (15 November 2007). "ITV names soap supremos". The Guardian. Retrieved 30 July 2016. 
  22. ^ Holmwood, Leigh (27 March 2008). "Corrie producer Frost promoted". The Guardian. Retrieved 30 July 2016. 
  23. ^ Green, Kris (13 October 2008). "Corrie's producer Kim Crowther". Digital Spy. Retrieved 30 July 2016. 
  24. ^ "Corrie producer Phil Collinson waves goodbye to the street". Coronation Street. 1 April 2013. Retrieved 30 July 2016. 
  25. ^ Kilkelly, Daniel (8 October 2012). "'Coronation Street': Stuart Blackburn named new producer". Digital Spy. Retrieved 30 July 2016. 
  26. ^ Brown, David (18 September 2015). "Emmerdale boss Kate Oates appointed new Coronation Street producer". Radio Times. Retrieved 30 July 2016.