Emma Atkins Life Story Interview – Charity Dingle Emmerdale ITV

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Emma Atkins is an English actress best known for the role of Charity Tate in the ITV1 Soap Opera Emmerdale from 2000 to 2005 and from 2009 to the present, which was her first role on British Television.

Emma has been up for numerous awards at the British Soap Awards. She is nominated for Best Actress at the 2010 British Soap Awards

Atkins is an experienced Voice-over artiste as well as a Television and Stage actress. She is a former student at Our Lady’s R.C. High School in Lancaster, before becoming a student at Salford University. Atkins made an appearance in Heartbeat.

On 18 March 2009, it was revealed that Atkins would be returning to Emmerdale and reprising her role of Charity, and made her reappearance on 1 October 2009.

Alex was thrilled to meet her at the launch of her new DVD in London.

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Emmerdale Farm was first broadcast on 16 October 1972. It is produced by ITV Yorkshire and has been filmed at their Leeds studios since its inception. The programme, which is currently the UK’s second oldest television soap opera, has been transmitted in every ITV region throughout its existence.

The series was originally transmitted during daytime afternoons until 1978, when it was moved to an early evening timeslot in most regions (London and Anglia followed in the mid-1980s).

Until December 1988, Emmerdale took seasonal breaks, but since then it has been broadcast year-round.

Emmerdale episodes air on the ITV network once every weekday evening at 19:00, with an additional second Thursday episode airing at 20:00. The programme began broadcasting in high definition from 10 October 2011.

Emmerdale is the UK’s second longest running television soap opera (after Coronation Street), and attracts on average 5-8 million viewers per episode.

Recorded 2011 by Alex Belfield for the BBC and Celebrity Radio