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The drama returns for a 26-part series set in HolbyCity Hospital.
Give My Love to Esme. Six newcomers to the casualty department find themselves thrown in at the deep end after an explosion in the city centre. See today's choices.
Episode written by Ginnie Hole ; Producer
Sally Haynes ; Director Peter Barber-Fleming
♦ Saturday night's looking up: page 24; plus How I created
Charlie Fairhead on page
Then National Lottery Update


Written By: Ginnie Hole
Producer: Sally Haynes
Director: Peter Barber-Fleming
Unknown: Charlie Fairhead
Charlie Fairhead: Derek Thompson
Barbara Hayes: Julia Watson
Josh Griffiths: Ian Bleasdale
Liz Harder: Sue Devaney
Kate Wilson: Sorcha Cusack
Richard McCaig: Gray O'Brien
Sam Colloby: Jonathan Kerrigan
Jack Hathaway: Peter Birch
Georgina Woodman: Rebecca Lacey
Mark Grace: Paterson Joseph
Tina Seabrook: Claire Goose
Derek Sunderland: Vincenzo Pellegrino
Amy Howard: Rebecca Wheatley
Elliot Matthews: Peter Guinness
Ian: Shane Hickmott
Spike: Jon Strickland
Andrew: Richard Cordery
Heather: Frances Low
Esme: Belinda Allerston
Jennifer Woodman: Carolyn Lyster
Jason: Darren Saul
Lucille: Hannah Lawrence
Robert Layton: Paul Angelis
Michele Layton: Sandra Reinton
Stan Preston: James Greene
Ariadne Preston: Edith MacArthur

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We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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