So, watching Corrie this weekend, we built up to the big proposal scene, which was easy to anticipate as it was so well telegraphed. "I bet you a quid", I told my partner, "he uses her full name when he proposes." And, of course, he did. Why is it, on telly and especially in soaps, that when someone pops the question they always use the other person's full name? It's like some rule of TV scriptwriting and you can almost imagine the script editor, producer or whoever reading the writer's effort and saying, "Yes, that's fine - apart from this bit where Dennis says, 'Will you marry me?' You've forgotten the words 'Rita Sullivan'..."