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  • AMG
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    I know that they’re not daytime programmes, (well Doctors is, but none of the others), but it feels a better fit in this section that the main TV forums.

    The 2016 British Soap Awards nominations shortlist was revealed earlier this week.

    A panel voted for the nominees in most categories, and will decide the winners too. The public choose the winners in the categories of Best Actor, Best Actress and the biggie Best British Soap.

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    Best British Soap
    Coronation Street
    Doctors
    Eastenders
    Emmerdale
    Hollyoaks

    Best Actor
    Jack P Shepherd (David Platt) – Coronation Street
    Danny Dyer (Mick Carter) – Eastenders
    Danny Miller (Aaron Livesy) – Emmerdale
    Charlie Clapham (Freddie Roscoe) – Hollyoaks
    Kieron Richardson (Ste Hay) – Hollyoaks

    Best Actress
    Alison King (Carla Connor) – Coronation Street
    Rakhee Thakrar (Shabnam Masood) – Eastenders
    Lacey Turner (Stacey Branning) – Eastenders
    Lucy Pargeter (Chas Dingle) – Emmerdale
    Jennifer Metcalfe (Mercedes McQueen) – Hollyoaks

    Best Villain
    Connor McIntyre (Pat Phelan) – Coronation Street
    Adam Astill (Anthony Harker) – Doctors
    Ellen Thomas (Claudette Hubbard) – Eastenders
    Ryan Hawley (Robert Sugden) – Emmerdale
    Sophie Austin (Lindsey Roscoe) – Hollyoaks

    Best Single Episode
    The Live Episode – Coronation Street
    The Heart of England (3000th Episode) – Doctors
    Shabnam’s Stillbirth – Eastenders
    Aftermath of the Village Hall Explosion – Emmerdale
    Patrick Blake’s Right To Die Decision – Hollyoaks

    Best Male Dramatic Performance
    Jack P Shepherd (David Platt) – Coronation Street
    Adrian Lewis Morgan (Jimmi Clay) – Doctors
    Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) – Eastenders
    Danny Miller (Aaron Livesy) – Emmerdale
    Jeremy Sheffield (Patrick Blake) – Hollyoaks

    Best Female Dramatic Performance
    Tina O’Brien (Sarah Platt) – Coronation Street
    Sarah Moyle (Valerie Pitman) – Doctors
    Lacey Turner (Stacey Branning) – Eastenders
    Charlotte Bellamy (Laurel Thomas) – Emmerdale
    Zoe Lucker (Reenie McQueen) – Hollyoaks

    Best Comedy Performance
    Patti Clare (Mary Taylor) – Coronation Street
    Sarah Moyle (Valerie Pitman) – Doctors
    Tamely Empson (Kim Fox-Hubbard) – Eastenders
    Matthew Wolfenden (David Metcalfe) – Emmerdale
    Ross Adams (Scott Drinkwell) – Hollyoaks

    Best Young Performance
    Elle Mulvaney (Amy Barlow) – Coronation Street
    Grace (Janet Mitchell) – Eastenders
    Amelia Flanagan (April Windsor) – Emmerdale
    Ruby O’Donnell (Peri Lomax) – Hollyoaks

    Scene of the Year
    Callum’s Death – Coronation Street
    Valerie Leaves Barry At The Altar – Doctors
    Mick & Linda Finally Get Married – Eastenders
    Val’s Death – Emmerdale
    Nico Kills Patrick – Hollyoaks

    Best On Screen Partnership
    Sally Dynevor & Joe Duttine (Sally & Tim Metcalfe) – Coronation Street
    Dido Miles & Ian Kelsey (Emma Reid & Howard Bellamy) – Doctors
    Danny Dyer & Kellie Bright (Mick & Linda Carter) – Eastenders
    Danny Miller & Ryan Hawley (Aaron Livesy & Robert Sugden) – Emmerdale
    Ashley Taylor Dawson & Jessica Fox (Darren & Nancy Osborne) – Hollyoaks

    Best Newcomer
    Shayne Ward (Aidan Connor) – Coronation Street
    Bharti Patel (Ruhma Hanif) – Doctors
    Bonnie Langford (Carmel Kazemi) – Eastenders
    Isobel Steele (Liv Flaherty) – Emmerdale
    Duayne Boachie (Zack Loveday) – Hollyoaks

    Best Storyline
    Callum’s Reign Of Terror & Sarah’s Baby – Coronation Street
    Operation Treehouse – Doctors
    Stacey’s Postpartum Psychosis – Eastenders
    Aaron’s Abuse – Emmerdale
    The McQueen’s Cycle Of Abuse – Hollyoaks

    The winners of the Outstanding Achievement and the (newly named) Tony Warren Awards will be revealed on the night.

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    FreemanGriffin
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    Thank you for sharing these. I used to watch EastEnders occasionally when it aired here for awhile. Brit soaps are totally different than American soaps. I occasionally watch the two Australian soaps Neighbors and Home and Away because they are available online.

    Was Lacey Turner on Footballers Wives?

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    I don’t think she was.

    Zoe Lucker was who is nominated for her role in Hollyoaks. She played Tanya I think.

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    I watch EastEnders on PBS they are now in 2006ish… My question is why is the girl that plays Stacy Slater liked so well ? I read where she has won like 33 awards I dont care for her at all.
    Does she grow up and have better stories?

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    I watch EastEnders on PBS they are now in 2006ish… My question is why is the girl that plays Stacy Slater liked so well ? I read where she has won like 33 awards I dont care for her at all.
    Does she grow up and have better stories?

    Oh you wait. I thought she wasn’t too great when she first started, but then she gets a particularly great storyline which runs up to Christmas Day 2007.

    There’s also some incredibly powerful scenes with her mum, Jean. I think those aired before the big Christmas episode/run up so you might get to the, soon.

    From 2007 onwards it is like a completely different character for the better.

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    Ok thanks AMG interesting

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    With only 12 days to go until the British Soap Awards, and 13 categories, I thought I would take a daily in depth look at the nominees in the categories up for grabs.

    First up: Best Villain!
    The nominees are:
    Connor McIntyre (Pat Phelan) – Coronation Street
    Adam Astill (Anthony Harker) – Doctors
    Ellen Thomas (Claudette Hubbard) – EastEnders
    Ryan Hawley (Robert Sugden) – Emmerdale
    Sophie Austin (Lindsey Roscoe) – Hollyoaks

    Connor McIntyre (Pat Phelan) – Coronation Street
    In his first stint on the Corrie cobbles, Phelan managed to tear the Windass’ lives apart. Culminating in his blackmail of Anna into sleeping with him, many thought we saw the last of him. However, this year he returned to make viewers skin crawl. Phelan has now wormed his way into Eileen’s affections, setting himself up nicely for life on the street. While he isn’t exactly the most evil on the list, his continual plans to wind up Anna, and connive his way in with the Grimshaw’s, he could be an outside bet for victory in this category.

    Adam Astill (Anthony Harker) – Doctors
    With a face you can’t help but want to punch, Harker stepped into the Mill, and on many toes following Howard’s death, and right into the seat of Practice Manager. His personal vendetta to remove Mrs Tembe any way possible instantly turned fans against him. While he buddied up to Daniel and Zara, his nasty bites at Sid, Ayesha, Heston and more, put comeuppance well on the cards. I doubt there are many who are sad to see the back of the bully boss.

    Ellen Thomas (Claudette Hubbard) – Eastenders
    Initially introduced as Les’ confidante with his cross-dressing secret, no one would have considered the dark past of Claudette Hubbard. Blaming the Mitchell clan for the death of her husband, battle lines were drawn early on between her son Vincent and Mitchell-clan-head Phil. Little did Vincent know the truth of his father’s demise, and the scale of his mothers involvement. A virtual return from the dead sees Ellen Thomas in with a shout of victory.

    Ryan Hawley (Robert Sugden) – Emmerdale
    Killing his brothers wife; threatening the local vet’s sons life to hide his secret relationship with Aaron from wife Chrissie; that’s after trying to kill said vet; trying to con his ex-father in law out of his fortune; asking a local lad to lie to the police….still, at least he did get shot. Robert Sugden has played with viewers moralities all year long. His relationship with Aaron is a fan favourite, and a win for Hawley would be very popular with viewers. But does the love for him overly outweigh the feelings of hatred many have for some of the villains on this list, to push him to victory?

    Sophie Austin (Lindsey Roscoe) – Hollyoaks
    For months, the mystery of the Gloved Hand Killer had viewers guessing who could be on such a prolific one-man(or woman) killing spree? Answer: Lindsey Roscoe. Ever since the reveal to the audience, viewers have seen just how dark Lindsey has gone before. Even when the truth was catching up with her, she threw her own sister under the bus to take the blame. Now on the run from the police, and teaming up with Hollyoaks’ most infamous murderer, Silas, Lindsey looks set to soon be darker than ever before.

    Predictions
    Will Win: Sophie Austin – Hollyoaks
    Should Win: Ryan Hawley – Emmerdale
    Hey! Where Is: Gillian Kearney (Emma Barton) – Emmerdale

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    Continuing the daily in depth look at the categories for this year’s awards, here is a look at the next category – Best Single Episode.

    The nominees are:
    Live Episode – Coronation Street
    The Heart of England (3000th Episode) – Doctors
    Shabnam’s Stillbirth – EastEnders
    Aftermath of Village Hall explosion – Emmerdale
    Patrick Blake’s right to die decision – Hollyoaks

    Live Episode – Coronation Street
    Corrie commissioned its third live episode of recent times to celebrate ITV’s birthday. Once again, drama ensued, as Kylie Platt defended sister in law Sarah from the evil clutches of Callum, by clonking him over the head til he was dead. Aside from the murderous drama, there were also touching moments, most notably Roy finally declaring his emotions for Cathy. Live episodes have a strong history in this category, and the technicalities that go into them are often rewarded. Will it be the 4th live since 2010 to scoop this prize?

    The Heart of England (3000th Episode) – Doctors
    The culmination of the Operation Treehouse storyline came to the fore in this hour long special episode. While Letherbridge was celebrating an event hosted by the Doctors of The Mill, Rob and colleagues were closing in on the paedophile ring, and the mole within the police force. A grand visual spectacle, coupled with gripping intensity could push Doctors to a somewhat shock win. Weirder things have happened at the Soap Awards.

    Shabnam’s Stillbirth – Eastenders
    A heartbreaking episode, handled with incredible delicacy by all involved. Shabnam had to go through the unimaginable, and deliver her son, knowing he had already passed away. Eastenders worked closely with leadin UK charities on the storyline, with this episode garnering a rapturous positive reaction for its handling of such a difficult subject. It’s actors were all equally praised for their performances. There was barely a dry eye in houses across the nation. If the award were for emotional impact and importance, nobody could deny a win for Eastenders.

    Aftermath of Village Hall Explosion – Emmerdale
    Emmerdale never fails to deliver big stunts with great, gripping drama at the centre. The Village Hall explosion was no different. While many were left saddened by the death of Ruby, it was the end of the ever popular Val which had people heartbroken. Meeting her maker to a shard of glass which she teased to ‘do your worst’ while lighting a cigarette was one of the best exits in soap history. Social media also went crazy for the fate of Ross Barton, left presumably dead by brother Pete in the woods, a huge question mark loomed over the future of another fan favourite. Setting up several future stories, while concluding many others, it was a great episode full of twists and turns that could prevail on the night.

    Patrick Blake’s Right To Die Decision – Hollyoaks
    Hollyoaks broke ground when Patrick Blake revealed his motor-neurones diagnosis – believed to be the first full time character to have the disease. His death was inevitable, but the ever controlling Patrick demanded having the power one last time. Deciding to die at home while he was still the man he always was, viewers prepared themselves to see him take his own life. However, a sudden change of mind saw a glimmer of hope for the characters future. Though this was short lived, with granddaughter Nico having different ideas for her grandfather. While more sensationalised than the other nominees, it could score a surprise victory to honour the core of the story, and the ground it had broken.

    Predictions
    Will Win: Live Episode – Coronation Street
    Should Win: Shabnam’s Stillbirth – Eastenders
    Hey! Where Is: Stacey On The Vic Roof – Eastenders

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    Today – Best Male Dramatic Performance

    And the nominees are:
    Jack P Shepherd (David Platt) – Coronation Street
    Adrian Lewis Morgan (Dr Jimmi Clay) – Doctors
    Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) – EastEnders
    Danny Miller (Aaron Livesy) – Emmerdale
    Jeremy Sheffield (Patrick Blake) – Hollyoaks

    Jack P Shepherd (David Platt) – Coronation Street
    This year, David Platt has had yet more drama to deal with. Not least his wife murdering her ex-partner, in order to save his sister. Since then, David has tried to control the situation, continuously trying to put his sister at ease while she cracks with her ability to cope with the cover up.

    Adrian Lewis Morgan (Dr Jimmi Clay) – Doctors
    As Jimmi ‘s aggression reached peak levels following the betrayal of his girlfriend, viewers saw him struggle to cope. Running away in the hope his demons wouldn’t follow him, Jimmi ended up in the home of the man he feared he was becoming – his father.

    Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) – Eastenders
    Phil’s alcohol addiction came to the fore once again this past year. This time, it came back worse than ever with doctors telling him he has liver sorosis – which will kill him if he carries on the way he is. If things weren’t bad enough, mother Peggy revealed her terminal cancer diagnosis. Emotional scenes followed for one of Albert Square’s most famous residents.

    Danny Miller (Aaron Livesy) – Emmerdale
    Ever since he arrived in the village, there have been layers of darkness and secrets uncovered from his past. This year, his darkest secret was told. In brutally emotional scenes, Aaron confessed to mother Chas that his Dad had sexually abused him as a child.

    Jeremy Sheffield (Patrick Blake) – Hollyoaks
    Last year’s Best Villain winner had the control he had amassed in his life taken away, when he was diagnosed with motor neurones disease. The diagnosis of the illness, and Patrick’s coming to terms with it let viewers see a more vulnerable side to one of the soaps darkest characters.

    Predictions
    Will Win: Danny Miller (Aaron Livesy) – Emmerdale
    Should Win: Danny Miller (Aaron Livesy) – Emmerdale
    Hey! Where Is: Chris Chittell (Eric Pollard) – Emmerdale

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    Best British Soap
    Coronation Street
    Doctors
    Eastenders
    Emmerdale
    Hollyoaks

    Best Actor
    Jack P Shepherd (David Platt) – Coronation Street
    Danny Dyer (Mick Carter) – Eastenders
    Danny Miller (Aaron Livesy) – Emmerdale
    Charlie Clapham (Freddie Roscoe) – Hollyoaks
    Kieron Richardson (Ste Hay) – Hollyoaks

    Best Actress
    Alison King (Carla Connor) – Coronation Street
    Rakhee Thakrar (Shabnam Masood) – Eastenders
    Lacey Turner (Stacey Branning) – Eastenders
    Lucy Pargeter (Chas Dingle) – Emmerdale
    Jennifer Metcalfe (Mercedes McQueen) – Hollyoaks

    Best Villain
    Connor McIntyre (Pat Phelan) – Coronation Street
    Adam Astill (Anthony Harker) – Doctors
    Ellen Thomas (Claudette Hubbard) – Eastenders
    Ryan Hawley (Robert Sugden) – Emmerdale
    Sophie Austin (Lindsey Roscoe) – Hollyoaks

    Best Single Episode
    The Live Episode – Coronation Street
    The Heart of England (3000th Episode) – Doctors
    Shabnam’s Stillbirth – Eastenders
    Aftermath of the Village Hall Explosion – Emmerdale
    Patrick Blake’s Right To Die Decision – Hollyoaks

    Best Male Dramatic Performance
    Jack P Shepherd (David Platt) – Coronation Street
    Adrian Lewis Morgan (Jimmi Clay) – Doctors
    Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) – Eastenders
    Danny Miller (Aaron Livesy) – Emmerdale
    Jeremy Sheffield (Patrick Blake) – Hollyoaks

    Best Female Dramatic Performance
    Tina O’Brien (Sarah Platt) – Coronation Street
    Sarah Moyle (Valerie Pitman) – Doctors
    Lacey Turner (Stacey Branning) – Eastenders
    Charlotte Bellamy (Laurel Thomas) – Emmerdale
    Zoe Lucker (Reenie McQueen) – Hollyoaks

    Best Comedy Performance
    Patti Clare (Mary Taylor) – Coronation Street
    Sarah Moyle (Valerie Pitman) – Doctors
    Tamely Empson (Kim Fox-Hubbard) – Eastenders
    Matthew Wolfenden (David Metcalfe) – Emmerdale
    Ross Adams (Scott Drinkwell) – Hollyoaks

    Best Young Performance
    Elle Mulvaney (Amy Barlow) – Coronation Street
    Grace (Janet Mitchell) – Eastenders
    Amelia Flanagan (April Windsor) – Emmerdale
    Ruby O’Donnell (Peri Lomax) – Hollyoaks

    Scene of the Year
    Callum’s Death – Coronation Street
    Valerie Leaves Barry At The Altar – Doctors
    Mick & Linda Finally Get Married – Eastenders
    Val’s Death – Emmerdale
    Nico Kills Patrick – Hollyoaks

    Best On Screen Partnership
    Sally Dynevor & Joe Duttine (Sally & Tim Metcalfe) – Coronation Street
    Dido Miles & Ian Kelsey (Emma Reid & Howard Bellamy) – Doctors
    Danny Dyer & Kellie Bright (Mick & Linda Carter) – Eastenders
    Danny Miller & Ryan Hawley (Aaron Livesy & Robert Sugden) – Emmerdale
    Ashley Taylor Dawson & Jessica Fox (Darren & Nancy Osborne) – Hollyoaks

    Best Newcomer
    Shayne Ward (Aidan Connor) – Coronation Street
    Bharti Patel (Ruhma Hanif) – Doctors
    Bonnie Langford (Carmel Kazemi) – Eastenders
    Isobel Steele (Liv Flaherty) – Emmerdale
    Duayne Boachie (Zack Loveday) – Hollyoaks

    Best Storyline
    Callum’s Reign Of Terror & Sarah’s Baby – Coronation Street
    Operation Treehouse – Doctors
    Stacey’s Postpartum Psychosis – Eastenders
    Aaron’s Abuse – Emmerdale
    The McQueen’s Cycle Of Abuse – Hollyoaks

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    Just realised I hadn’t updated in a while.

    Female Dramatic Performance

    The nominees are:
    Tina O’Brien (Sarah Platt) – Coronation Street
    Sarah Moyle (Valerie Pitman) – Doctors
    Lacey Turner (Stacey Branning) – Eastenders
    Charlotte Bellamy (Laurel Thomas) – Emmerdale
    Zoe Lucker (Reenie McQueen) – Hollyoaks

    Tina O’Brien – Coronation Street
    Sarah has struggled to cope following the murder of Callum, and giving birth to his son. A post parturition psychosis has been at the fore for Sarah in recent months as she cracks under the pressure.

    Sarah Moyle – Doctors
    With Howard’s passing, and Mrs Tembe’s promotion, fan favourite Val Pitman finally joined The Mill full time. Often a source of heart and humour, this year Val had to deal with a much deeper story, as she found out she had cancer. Showing a different way of coping, Sarah Moyle has brilliantly played the story with great black comedic/dramatic effect.

    Lacey Turner – Eastenders
    Stacey’s mental health came to the centre of a huge story earlier this year, as she struggled from post partum psychosis following the birth of her son in the middle of the local nativity play. Lacey Turner has already won most awards going following Stacey’s initial bipolar storyline. Awards surely await for her latest heart wrenching work.

    Charlotte Bellamy – Emmerdale
    For most characters, having alcohol addiction issues is enough for one year. Add to that a marriage break down, and finding out the father of your son has Alzheimer’s, and you soon see why Charlotte Bellamy is nominated here for a continual brilliance in handling some of Emmerdales toughest stories.

    Zoe Lucker – Hollyoaks
    Reenies past came back to haunt her and the rest of the McQueens as their cycle of sexual abuse storyline developed. Reenie met with the man who had abused her when she was younger, while her daughter was being abused by her partner. Reenie’s denial of Cleo and Porsche’s abuse at the hands of Pete gave a greater sense of vulnerability to Lucker’s troubled character.

    Predictions
    Should Win: Lacey Turner – Eastenders
    Will Win: Lacey Turner – Eastenders
    Hey, Where Is: Lucy Pargeter – Emmerdale

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    The ceremony is on tomorrow night (Saturday 28th May), and will air on ITV on Sunday (29th May).

    Predictions
    Best Soap: Eastenders
    Best Actor: Danny Dyer – Eastenders
    Best Actress: Lacey Turner – Eastenders
    Best Villain: Sophie Austin – Hollyoaks
    Best Single Episode: Live Episode – Coronation Street
    Best Male Dramatic Performance: Danny Miller – Emmerdale
    Best Female Dramatic Performance: Lacey Turner – Eastenders
    Best Comedy Performance: Tameka Empson – Eastenders
    Best Young Performance: Elle Mulvaney – Coronation Street
    Scene of the Year: Val’s Death – Emmerdale
    Best On Screen Partnership: Sally Dynevor & Joe Duttine – Coronation Street
    Best Newcomer: Bonnie Langford – Eastenders
    Best Storyline: Stacey’s Post Partum Psychosis – Eastenders

    Wish List of Winners
    Best Soap: Emmerdale
    Best Actor: Danny Miller – Emmerdale
    Best Actress: Lacey Turner – Eastenders
    Best Villain: Ryan Hawley – Emmerdale
    Best Single Episode: Shabnam’s Stillbirth – Eastenders
    Best Male Dramatic Performance: Danny Miller – Emmerdale
    Best Female Dramatic Performance: Lacey Turner – Eastenders
    Best Comedy Performance: Matthew Wolfenden – Emmerdale
    Best Young Performance: Amelia Flanagan – Emmerdale
    Scene of The Year: Val’s Death – Emmerdale
    Best On Screen Partnership: Dido Miles & Ian Kelsey – Doctors
    Best Newcomer: Bonnie Langford – Eastenders
    Best Storyline: Stacey’s Post Partum Psychosis – Eastenders

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    I do think Robert should win Villain of the Year, even though I think that it’s gonna go to Phelan or Lindsey.

    Plus, Phil should win Best Male Dramatic Performance.

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    I do think Robert should win Villain of the Year, even though I think that it’s gonna go to Phelan or Lindsey.

    Plus, Phil should win Best Male Dramatic Performance.

    Male Dramatic Performance could come down to simply when the panel voted on this. If it was in the past two weeks, Steve McFadden will probably win with his performance following Peggy’s exit. If they voted before then, it will be Danny Miller by a landslide.

    I really hope Phelan doesn’t win Villain. He’s so panto and rather lazily written. He’s not one of the greats. Although, Silas from Hollyoaks did lose this category to…Frank from Corrie. Still a shockingly bad decision from the panel, that one.

    The only wins Corrie would deserve are Partnership – Sally & Tim were the number one best thing about the show this year; and maybe Young Performance – Amy Barlow is really good, and taking on the wit of Blanche (though April from Emmerdale is better hands down).

    No matter how crap Corrie is, the panel ALWAYS gives it something.

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