Cold turkey!
What's on TV|May 15, 2021
Chas takes action to save drunken Liv from herself
SARAH WATERFALL

The time has come for an intervention at Mill Cottage, where Aaron is at a loss with Liv.

Burdened by the guilt she feels over Paul’s death and unable to tell the full story to Vinny, Liv has reverted to an old crutch: drink.

‘She’s at a really low point. Liv’s struggling to open up and she’s dealing with an immense amount of guilt,’ says Isobel Steele, who plays her.

But Liv is in denial.

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