Emmerdale: Wrongful arrest village farmer accused of fatal fire

Emmerdale fans have exciting scenes to look forward to next week as bad boy Andy Sugden is quizzed over the fire which killed two popular residents.

Andy (Kelvin Fletcher) has been framed for the arson - which killed Viv Hope (Deena Payne) and Terry Woods (Billy Hartman) - by bent copper DC

Nick Henshall (Michael McKell), who started the blaze.

And despite bravely rescuing several residents from the fire, the future looks bleak for Andy - he also started the barn fire which killed his mum Sarah (Alyson Spiro) in 2000.

DC Henshall has it in for Andy after falling for his ex-wife Katie (Sammy Winward), who Andy still has feelings for. But will he manage to convince the villagers that, despite his chequered past, he is not responsible for the fire which killed Terry and Viv?

Meanwhile, fans of the show can enjoy their own drama if they enter our competition to travel to the National Television Awards in London on Wednesday, January 26.

The Yorkshire Evening Post has teamed up with Emmerdale to take 100 readers to the awards at the O2 arena, to provide the Leeds-based show with some northern support.

Guests will have the chance to rub shoulders with some of the top names from the TV world - as well as cheer on the best actors and actresses as they pick up a host of prizes.

Emmerdale is up for Best Serial Drama, Best Serial Drama Performance for Danny Miller, who plays troubled teen Aaron Livesy, and Best Newcomer for Marc Silcock, who plays Aaron's paralysed boyfriend

Jackson Walsh.

The YEP's Emmerdale Army will leave Leeds at noon and will travel by executive coach - provided by Company Coaches of Ferrybridge - to the O2 Arena in London.

The coaches will leave London for the return journey at 10.30pm, arriving back in Leeds at around 2.30am.

Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult and guests will be required to make their own way to and from Leeds.

Complete and return the coupon published in your YEP to Emmerdale Army Competition, Yorkshire Evening Post, PO Box 168, Wellington Street, Leeds, LS1 1RF.

Please make sure you include your contact details.

Winners will be drawn on January 20. Tickets are limited.

* To vote for Emmerdale in this year's National Television Awards, visit www.itv.com/Emmerdale and follow the links.

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