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First in a new series of the medical drama.
Holding the Baby. Josh and Finlay's lives literally hang in the balance after an accident.
Written by Stephen McAteer
Director Adrian Bean ; Producer Mervyn Watson (S) (W) New blood: page 12


Written By: Stephen McAteer
Josh Griffiths: Ian Bleasdale
Finlay Newton: Kwame Kwet-Armah
Nikki Marshall: Kelly Harrison
Charlie Fairhead: Derek Thompson
Lisa Duffin: Catherine Shipton
Patrick Spiller: Ian Ketsey
Dillon Cahill: Dan Rymer
Comfort Jones: Martina Laird
Max Gallagher: Robert Gwilym
Chloe Hill: Jan Anderson
Colette Klemey: Adjoa Andoh
Anna Paul: Zita Sattar
Jack Vincent: Will Mellor
Spencer: Ben Keaton
Jeff McGuire: Bob Mason
Amanda Lewis: Janet Dibley
Rachel James: Amy Robbins
Leanne: Rachel Bavidge
Karen: She!!ey Miranda Barrett
Danny Oldfield: Noel Clarke
Kenny: Ormer Trestain
Dave: David Prosho
Brendan: Hugh Lee
Delight O'Toole: Harold Finley
Kevin: Simon Batfour
Jake: Scott Cowan
Peter: Ben A!sford

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