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5/10. The trauma car is called to the scene of a collision between a bus and a cyclist.
1/8; series three. Life in the Angell household is far from heaven. Mum Sue can't control three-year-old Emily's tantrums, while dad Ivan can't handle nine-year-old Bethany.
Dr Tanya Byron has two weeks to help unite the family.
6/6. A beautiful day, a bishop and a blessing await Lord Lee and David, and there's a happy ending for Lincolnshire lesbians Susanah and Michelle. Plus, Ian and Dena's wedding day provides a chance for a sing-song.
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6/14. Gaz's plans for Jonny's stag night go seriously amiss, while Louise is determined to make Janet's hen party an extremely wild affair. (AD)
4/14. A near-fatal attack leaves Kelly's spirit in limbo between this world and the next, where the rights and wrongs of her life flash before her.
Regional Variations (2)
Comedy about a small-time dope dealer. Nicki is unhappy because her saucy polaroids have disappeared, while a face from her past has reappeared. Moz is happy because he's dealing some great new gear. Show more
5/8. Nicki is unhappy on two counts - her saucy polaroids have disappeared and a face from her past has returned.