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Drama series set in Holby City Hospital's Accident and Emergency Department.
The Ties That Bind. Duffy is surprised by the identity of the new consultant while Ash receives shocking news from
Nikki; a bride-to-be has second thoughts when the groom and best man end up in casualty; and a little girl suffers the consequences of her parents' bitter divorce.
Episode written by Stephen Wyatt Producer Geraint Morris
Director Michael Brayshaw


Unknown: Edwin Ansdell.
Unknown: Philip Rowlands
Written By: Stephen Wyatt
Producer: Geraint Morris
Director: Michael Brayshaw
Charlie Fairliead: Derek Thompson
LisaDuffin: Cathy Shipton
Martin Ashford: Patrick Robinson
Sandra Nicholl: Maureen Beattie
Norman Sullivan: Anne Kristen
Robert Khalefa: Jason Riddington
Josh: Ian Bleasdale
Jane: Caroline Webster
Maxine Price: Emma Bird
Andrew Bower: William Gaminara
Nikki Wyatt: Imogen Boorman
Claire Fuller: Toni-Sue Burley
Olivia: Purcell Amandaredman
Alasdair Purcell: Ian Bolt
Louise: Trevyn McDowell
: Joantaylor Shirintaylor
Laurence Cariton: Stuartfox
Neil Taylor: Robert Duncan
Katie: Trilbyfox
Bill: David Hargreaves
Lynne: Susannah Corbett
Don: Bill Fellows
Jerry: Jamie Foster
Scan: Ian Shaw

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