Waterloo Road

Ep 26/30

Thursday 6 June



Desperate to rid themselves of Steve-O, Kevin and Connor enlist the help of Barry with a dramatic, but dangerous, plan; Sonya gets involved in love-rival Audrey’s wedding – much to Ndale’s horror; and Michael clashes with Lorraine, forcing him to make a decision that will change Waterloo Road forever.

Connor finds himself between a rock and a hard place when Steve-O steps up his campaign of intimidation against him and Imogen. The ex-con wants Connor to burgle a house for him and won’t take no for an answer. Meanwhile, Kevin is left reeling after discovering Steve-O forced himself on Dynasty. Determined to take revenge, Kevin hatches a plan to kill Steve-O.

A shocked Connor attempts to talk Kevin out of his dangerous plan but to no avail. Instead, the teenager turns to an unlikely ally in Barry Barry who is initially dismissive – that is until he finds out what Steve-O has done to his sister Dynasty.

As the plan spirals out of control, there’s a dramatic stand-off between Steve-O, Kevin, Connor and Barry at the docks. But Steve-O is about to find out that there’s no honour among thieves.

Elsewhere, Michael makes a life-changing decision after learning Lorraine plans to turn Waterloo Road into a fee-paying school. An angry confrontation follows between the headmaster and benefactor, leading Michael to resign in disgust.

Sonya finds herself acting as Audrey’s wedding planner, but Ndale is less than happy about his other woman getting involved. And when Audrey surprises Sonya by asking her to be bridesmaid, Ndale is knocked for six.

Secretly encouraged by Esther, Lula takes her animal rights campaigning to a whole new level - little realising she’s being manipulated by the maverick science teacher.

Steve-O is played by Jody Latham, Kevin by Tommy Lawrence Knight, Connor by Shane O’Meara, Barry by Carl Au, Sonya by Victoria Bush, Audrey by Georgie Glen, Ndale by Ritchie Campbell, Michael by Alec Newman, Lorraine by Daniela Denby Ashe, Dynasty by Abby Mavers, Esther by Daniela Nardini, Lula by Marlene Madenge.

Waterloo Road is a Shed Production for BBC One through BBC Scotland.