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The top-rating medical drama returns for a new series - its eighth.
Still gently smouldering after the devastating fire that ended the last episode, Holby City's Accident and Emergency department is gradually getting back to business as usual.
Among the newcomers are Clinical Nurse Ken Hodges (Christopher Guard, who starred in A Woman of Substance), and Senior House Officer, Dr Karen Goodliffe. In the first episode, joyriders cause a major disaster, bringing
Holby City emergency services out in strength.
Producer Michael Ferguson DirectorCharles Beeson
The new man at the helm of Holby


Unknown: Ken Hodges
Unknown: Dr Karen Goodliffe.
Producer: Michael Ferguson
Producer: Directorcharles Beeson
Charlie Fairhead: Derek Thompson
LisaDuffin: Catherine Shipton
Mike Barratt: Clive Mantle
Karen Goodliffe: Suzanna Hamilton
Kenneth Hodges: Christopher Guard
Martin Ashford: Patrick Robinson
AdeleBeckford: Dona Croll
Josh Griffiths: Ian Bleasdale
Jane Scott: Caroline Webster
Mark Calder: Oliver Parker
Norma Sullivan: Anne Kristen
Marion: Rowena Cooper
Bernard: John Cater

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