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Silent Night. Festive cheer reaches Holby City Hospital and livens up another busy shift, but there is little
Christmas spirit for a wife who takes the law into her own hands. Josh and Jane are called to a fancy dress party but no one can identify the patient.
With guest appearances by Dorothy Tutin , T P McKenna, ex-EastEnder Michael Melia and Brushstrokes' Erika Hoffman.
Episode written by Ginnie Hole Producer Geraint Morris
Director Michael Brayshaw


Unknown: Dorothy Tutin
Unknown: Michael Melia
Unknown: Erika Hoffman.
Written By: Ginnie Hole
Charlie Fairhead: Derek Thompson
Lisa Duffin: Cathy Shipton
Martin Ashford: Patrick Robinson
Sandra Nicholl: Maureen Beattie
Norma Sullivan: Anne Kristen
Robert Khalefa: Jason Riddington
Josh: Ian Bleasdale
Jane: Caroline Webster
Maxine Price: Emma Bird
Claire: Toni-Sue Burley
Doreen Jackson: Dorothy Tutin
Arthur Jackson: T P McKenna
Len Jackson: Jeff Rawle
Mick Brennan: Michael Melia
Suzie Brennan: Rebecca Callard
Helen Holloway: Erika Hoffman
Ozzy: Michael Jenner
Cardiothoracic surgeon: John Hudson
Orthopaedic registrar: Chris Tranchell
Lucy: Jounwin
PC Tony Roberts: James Blackwell
WPC Julia Paige: Sandra James-Young

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