WE LOVE

BROOKSIDE

Brookside was an iconic British television soap set in Liverpool that ran between 1982 – 2003 on Channel 4.

Over it’s 21 year run, showing life for families in a cul-de-sac, it featured many controversial and headline grabbing storylines including sex, drugs, murders, LGBTQ+ issues and many more. There were also lots of funny moments too that everyone could relate to and that’s why we loved it.

Since it ended, many fans have wished for it to return or to relive classic moments by watching old episodes. In 2023, STV player started streaming the series from the beginning.

This website is built by fans, for fans. We are 100% unofficial and have no connection with STV, Channel 4 or Lime Pictures, this is purely out of love for the show and aims to be the ultimate resource for all things “Brookie”. From episode guides to facts, to merchandise and fan fiction.

This is your site as much as it is ours and very much still work in progress.

We love Brookside as much as you do, so if you have a suggestion on what you’d like to see, then get in touch!

Ricky and Sue visit Brookside Close in new travel series

In the opening episode of ‘Ricky and Sue and a Trip or Two’ airing on More4, Ricky Tomlinson and Sue Johnston aka Bobby and Sheila Grant returned to Brookside Close to reminise over their time on the series and some of the storylines they were involved in.

You can watch the segment of the show via the YouTube video. The three part series continues airing on Tuesdays at 9pm on More4 during March and April and available on Channel 4’s streaming service.

Bobby Grant returns to Brookside Close

In a trailer to promote the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest coverage on the BBC, taking place in Liverpool, there was a quick glance of Ricky Tomlinson reprising his role as Bobby Grant decorating Number 5 with flags and a painted garage in the colours of the Ukraine flag.

Picture source: Twitter

Bobby Grant in Eurovision trailer