The actor has revealed the secrets behind filming a lockdown drama at home - including getting her kids to help set up some of the more risque shots.
Julie Graham wrote her lockdown drama about the menopause to represent real women over 50 who are "largely ignored" on television and only portrayed in "boring, unimaginative" ways.
The 'Loose Women' panellist tweeted to mark a year since the last edition of the show prior to lockdown.
The 'Loose Women' panellist said the rules surrounding international travel have been "a little bit woolly".
Piers Morgan and Denise Welch have been locked in a heated Twitter exchange over the coronavirus pandemic
Denise Welch, who has been sober for eight years, dubbed alcohol "the most dangerous drug" as she addressed her own drink problems.
As the 'Benidorm' star and her pals have proved, it is more than possible to make a show without a studio and crew.
The actor, who once had a small role on the soap as a non-speaking extra, thinks the show is 'good' but has critiqued some changes.
The 61-year-old actress said she could no longer pretend she didn't care about losing out to 'This Morning'.
The TV star showed enormous courage in documenting her mental health struggles.
The 'Loose Women' presenter recalled clashing with the Duke of York at a charity event, claiming he made 'offensive remarks'.
It was the youth club drama with the breathlessly funky theme tune, run by a man with bristling handlebar moustache that wouldn’t have looked out of place on Doctor Watson. There were blindings, teenage pregnancies, a brain tumour, drug addiction, homelessness, and a bitter rivalry with the youth clubs of Denton Burn and Jesmond Grange, all set in the frame of a suburb of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne (though it was actually filmed in Benwell, not Byker). Axed in 2006, a wealth of talent was spawned from the show (and even pop bands like PJ & Duncan, Byker Groove and Point Break), but where are they all now? Image credits: BBC/YouTube/Twitter/Rex Features/The Manchester College/AP/P
Denise Welch’s son looks set to follow in her footsteps by landing a role in Coronation Street. Louis Healy - whose mum played Rovers Return landlady Natalie Barnes and dad Tim starred as plumber Paul Jones in the soap - auditioned for a role in the show last Friday. A source told The Sun: “Denise and Louis took a road trip up to Manchester in her Mini last week where he was seen by the show’s bosses for a new role.
She impressed audiences as Kyle Slater’s mum, Alison, earlier this year and now Denise Welch has hinted that she’d like a full-time EastEnders gig.