Which UK Soap Are You?
Yes, you may have murdered your brother's boss's wife, but you're always up for buying a troubled friend a pint down the Vic. Plus your brother's boss's wife will probably return from the dead in three years, anyway.
Car crashes, fires, rampaging escaped convicts - you've seen it all. But your strength, friendliness and indestructible sense of humour keeps you strong.
There's no getting around it - you are a money-hungry nest of competitive land-grabbers. But, when major tragedies like plane crashes strike, your community spirit shines through and you really take care of each other.
Moral and family orientated, you're deeply scandalised by things like unconventional vegetable-growing methods. But that's what makes you Britain's best-loved radio soap opera.
You are the Primark of UK soap operas - colourful, value for money, and always in style. You also indulge in shenanigans so rude that they have to be shown after the watershed. But one thing you never are is BORING.
Down-to-Earth, proudly Welsh, and always on top of the local gossip, you are like a friendly neighbour who shares the latest news over the fence every morning. Which is, obviously, the best kind of neighbour.
Proudly Scots and staunchly Glaswegian, you are family-orientated and full of character. You like romantic intrigue, professional subterfuge and general scandal, but you always pull together in a crisis and help each other through. Also, you're weirdly popular in Australia.
You are a game of two halves - the first where it's not clear whether the man on the teetering ladder or the woman with the knife will end up on a stretcher, and the second, where the hospital staff somehow manage to save lives while complicating their own. We don't know which half we love more.