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We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Drama series charting the issues facing the hectic Accident and Emergency Department at Holby City Hospital.
Rates of Exchange. There are new arrivals and fresh challenges now that the hospital has opted out of NHS control. Rookie doctor Rob
Khalefa and cheeky care assistant Maxine Price find life in casualty tougher than they thought. And the staff agonise over the donation of a young man's organs for transplant.
Episode written by Barbara Machin Producer Geraint Morris
Director Alan Wareing


Unknown: Maxine Price
Written By: Barbara MacHin
Producer: Geraint Morris
Director: Alan Wareing
Charlie Fairhead: Derek Thompson
LisaDuffin: Cathy Shipton
Julian Chapman: Nigel Le Vaillant
Martin Ashford: Patrick Robinson
Sandra Nicholl: Maureen Beattie
Robert Khalefa: Jason Riddington
Norma Sullivan: Anne Kristen
Josh: Ian Bleasdale
Jane: Caroline Webster
Maxine Price: Emma Bird
Kate Miller: Joanna Foster
Jenny: Nicola Jeffries
SujitPratkash: Roshan Seth
Joyce Pratkash: Julia Foster
Greggory Pratkash: Jimmi Harkishin
Sally: Tracie Bennett
Neil Cook: Mark Powley
Vicky Morris: Kelly Marcel
Janice Morris: Sue Roderick
PC Pewsey: Ron Donachie
Maggie Asper: Susan Ann Watkins
Claire Coleman: Caroline Hunt

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