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 The final Silver Street episode was broadcast on Fri 26 Mar 2010 and the final omnibus on Sun 28 Mar 2010
Episode Synopsis
Monday 6th July 2009  Ep 1336

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Sean complains to Roopa that his Gran has been on his case all morning, he can’t seem to do anything right. They discuss the return of Aidan. Roopa tells Sean that she hardly recognised him and she couldn’t help feeling a bit sorry for him. Sean advises her to forget him.

Krishan can’t get hold of Uncle Rajan, he’s worried he’s gone walkabout again. He leaves a message on Rajan’s voicemail, if he’s not home soon, they’ll both be in the doghouse.

Rajan comes across Aidan in the park strumming his guitar and admires his talent. They discover they have someone in common, Roopa. Aidan offers to walk Rajan home, he needs to get back before Rita does! Aidan tells Rajan he’s homeless and Rajan offers to help, does he need money? Aidan suggests that he could give him the keys for the City Farm site office instead. Rajan tells him the keys are kept in the kitchen drawer. They manage to sneak behind Krishan’s back whilst he’s running a bath for Rajan. He gives Aidan the keys and some money which he has hidden in his cushion. Later, Krishan tells Rita that Uncle Rajan met an angel who was singing to him in the park!

Aidan goes to a key cutter to copy the keys. He ignores a voicemail message from his concerned mum, Diane, she’s just heard he’s discharged himself from the rehab clinic. 
Episode written by Veronique Christie

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