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Holby City


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Tuesday's Child. In a special episode for the Africa Lives on the BBC season, Ric takes a job in Ghana at his brother's clinic. Guest-starring Adrian Edmondson.
Writer Andrew Holden ; Producer
Emma Turner
Director Simon Massey www.bbc.co.uk/africalives Blood and Land - This World continues the season at 9pm on BBC2 Africa round-up: page 28


Unknown: Adrian Edmondson.
Unknown: Andrew Holden
Unknown: Emma Turner
Director: Simon Massey
Ric Griffin: Hugh Quarshie
Diane Lloyd: Patricia Potter
Percy Durant: Adrian Edmondson
Kumi Griffin: Danny Sapani
ManuSembene: Kwame O Ansah
Angela Sribor: Irene Opare
Mr Excitable: Prince Yawson
Joanna Myatt: Akafa Edjeani Asiedu
Louise Myatt: Fall Asiedu
Walter Zakhari: Danny Adeleye
Kojo Zakhari: Sunday Godwin
Paulina Griffin: Abigail Kubeka
Kwame Attakora: Fred Amugi
Esi Griffin: Gloria Acheampong

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