Coronation Street star Jack P. Shepherd, 31, and his co-star Colson Smith, 21, joined host Craig Charles, 55, on BBC Radio 2 to discuss their new podcast Sofa Cinema Club.
But after discussing the project, the conversation soon turned onto their time on the cobbles.
Craig, a former Coronation Street actor, highlighted one of Jack’s most recent scenes which saw him end up in prison.
Jack’s alter ego was sentenced for stealing money off his on-screen grandmother Audrey (played by Sue Nicholls).
I’m still getting the storylines, the Platts are always in
Jack P Shepherd
Following this conversation, Craig then asked Jack if was set to stay on the soap “for life”.
Jack replied: “Well, I don’t know. I mean at the minute yes, because I’m still getting the storylines like you say, the Platts are always in.”
Turning to his co-star Colson, he added: “You’re getting stories now aren’t you, so at the minute yeah.”
Jack joined the soap in 2000 as part of the famous Platt family.
During the same podcast, Jack P Shepherd revealed his tactic to avoid being recognised in public.
Craig asked: “How do you cope with the constant