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Holby City


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A nine-part medical drama spin-off from the long-running series Casualty.
Whose Heart Is It Anyway?
Surgeons Meyer and Jordan race against time to carry out a transplant operation. See today's choices.
Written by Tony McHale ; Producer Mervyn Gill-Dougherty ; DirectorMartin Hutchings
Digital widescreen Subtitled..... ♦ Anatomy of a drama: page 22


Written By: Tony McHale
Producer: Mervyn Gill-Dougherty
Anton Meyer: George Irving
Nick Jordan: Michael French
Kirstie Collins: Dawn McDaniel
Jasmine Hopkins: Angela Griffin
Julie Fitzjohn: Nicola Stephenson
RaySykes: Ian Curtis
Roberts: Bryan Murray
Ellie Sharpe: Julie Saunders
Paul Ripley: Luke Mably
Peter Ellis: Fraser James
Sunny: Vince Pellegrino
AlanKenyon: Andrew Powell
LesKenyon: Fred Pearson
Barbara Kenyon: Jenny Lee
Simon Harwood: Kevin Doyle
AnneHarwood: Isobel Middleton
MrsMcGuire: Beth Boyd
MrCartwright: Cyril Cross
Mr Reynolds: Glen Davies

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