Holby City

8:00pm Tuesday 15 January on BBC ONE

Things couldn’t be better between Jac and Jonny, but when she hears that the former ‘love of her life’ is getting married, she is thrown and jeopardises everything that she cares for.

Serena is running Holby like clockwork, but can she hold onto her position even when under threat from a competitor?

When Chrissie finds a lump, she is afraid for her health but is reluctant to confide in Sacha.

Jac is played by Rosie Marcel, Jonny is played by Michael Thomson, Serena is played by Catherine Russell, Chrissie is played by Tina Hobley and Sacha is played by Bob Barrett.

Ep 14/52

8:00pm Tuesday 8 January on BBC ONE

Following Serena’s bidding, Jac travels to Sweden to find Hanssen. When she discovers the reason behind Hanssen’s actions, will she follow through with Serena’s instructions or will she side with Hanssen? And will Hanssen stay in Sweden or will he return to Holby?

Michael puts Luc on a short leash following the events of last week, but with Serena sniffing around, will Michael be able to protect Luc’s future at Holby? Luc is haunted by events from the past: despite Michael and Sacha’s best efforts, he seems to be heading off the rails. Will he be able to face his fears and get back on track?

Serena is played by Catherine Russell, Jac is played by Rosie Marcel, Hanssen is played by Guy Henry, Michael is played by Hari Dhillon, Luc is played by Joseph Millson and Sacha is played by Bob Barrett.

Ep 13/52

8:00pm Wednesday 2 January on BBC ONE

As he finds a breakthrough in his research, a patient’s tattoo unexpectedly becomes the gateway to a darker side of Luc. Can Sacha do anything to help his friend or is it too late?

Lilah is back at work and shocked to find Ric has not resigned. Will she be able to make peace or is this one battle too far?

Ollie is concerned that Tara’s reveal last week has forced her back into her shell. When he tries to engage her in a patient case it’s clear that Tara is frustrated. How can he convince her that they are in this together?

Luc is played by Joseph Millson, Sacha is played by Bob Barrett, Lilah is played by Natasha Leigh, Ric is played by Hugh Quarshie, Ollie is played by James Anderson and Tara is played by Jing Lusi.

Ep 12/52

8:00pm Friday 28 December on BBC ONE

A Vegas-bound Ric swings by Holby and reveals he has a new job in the Pharma-industry. But, when his expertise is needed on an emergency patient, Ric is drawn in. Can he really leave the hospital behind, and with Imelda on his case, is it too late anyway?

As Jac finds herself embroiled in a family crisis, Jonny desperately wants to appeal to her better nature. Is Jac’s Christmas spirit sprouting or is it just the same old Naylor?

Ma Levy is in town and Chrissie is doing her best to stay sane amid the chaos of Luc’s cooking and Daniel’s piano playing, while Sacha tries his hardest to delay joining her.

Ric is played by Hugh Quarshie, Imelda is played by Tessa Peake-Jones, Jac is played by Rosie Marcel, Jonny is played by Michael Thomson, Chrissie is played by Tina Hobley, Luc is played by Joseph Millson and Sacha is played by Bob Barrett.

Ep 11/52

8:00pm Tuesday 18 December on BBC ONE

Ollie returns to Holby, having spent time away desperately researching Tara’s condition; can she forgive him for running out on her when she needed him most?

Missing his kids so close to Christmas, Michael is paying extra attention to his blossoming romance with HCA, Ramona. But when he encourages her to perform duties outside of her role, is he setting her up for a fall?

Chantelle still doesn’t know where she stands with Rhys – is he going to ask her to the New Year’s Eve Ball, or not? She’s determined to find out, but a patient with a needle phobia keeps her busy all day. Will Marie Claire get in there first?

Ollie is played by James Anderson, Tara is played by Jing Lusi, Michael is played by Hari Dhillon, Ramona is played by Maria Fernandez-Ache, Chantelle is played by Lauren Drummond, Rhys is played by Gareth David-Lloyd and Marie Claire is played by Niamh McGrady.

Ep 10/52

8:00pm Tuesday 4 December on BBC ONE

Hertzig patient, Aisha, is readmitted, and Elliot does all he can to save her, but it’s not enough. Her death has a massive impact on Tara, and when Ollie confronts her about her overreaction to Aisha’s death, Tara knows it’s time to come clean about her brain tumour or risk losing Ollie forever. But can she tell him the truth?

Ric fails Lilah on an assessment and she can’t help but wonder if the events of last week had anything to do with it. When a prying Imelda gets wind of an issue between Lilah and Ric, she quizzes Lilah for more information. Lilah’s on guard, but will Imelda manage to squeeze the juicy secret out of her?

Serena gives Michael a hard time over a case, but he’s surprised to find support in the form of Ramona. When she invites him to spend Christmas with her, a smitten Michael can’t help but say yes…

Elliot is played by Paul Bradley, Tara is played by Jing Lusi, Ollie is played by James Anderson, Lilah is played by Natasha Leigh, Ric is played by Hugh Quarshie, Imelda is played by Tessa Peake-Jones, Serena is played by Catherine Russell and Michael is played by Hari Dhillon.

Ep 8/52

8:00pm Tuesday 27 November on BBC ONE

New CEO, Imelda, takes a shine to Jac, enjoying the fact she helped cast doubt over Hanssen’s suitability for the job. Jac’s keen to impress her, but gets drawn into a complicated teen pregnancy case, leading Jac into finding out just what it means to disobey Imelda…

It’s assessment day for new CT1 doctor Lilah, and having got off on the wrong foot with Malick, she’s determined to pull it out the bag.

Serena’s hoping that today’s her last shift on AAU, and is even more delighted when she discovers she’s worked with Imelda before. She throws herself into doing a good job, convinced she’ll be back on Keller in no time. But it turns out Serena’s memory hasn’t served her well and Imelda’s not who she thought she was…

Imelda is played by Tessa Peake-Jones, Jac is played by Rosie Marcel, Lilah is played by Natasha Leigh, Malick is played by Jimmy Akingbola and Serena is played by Catherine Russell.

Ep 7/52

8:00pm Tuesday 20 November on BBC ONE

With the new CEO Imelda Cousins starting today, Ric is determined to keep control of his ward. But when Lilah tries to run before she can walk, he finds himself in the firing line.

When a particularly difficult patient comes in, Jac tries to get closer to Jonny through the case, but ends up feeling betrayed when she disagrees with a medical decision.

Luc is forced to come out of his lab when the new CEO demands he return to ward duties. With his research under threat, he recognises that he needs to let his friends help him, before he loses them all.

Imelda is played by Tessa Peake-Jones, Ric is played by Hugh Quarshie, Jac is played by Rosie Marcel, Jonny is played by Michael Thomson and Luc is played by Joseph Millson.

Ep 6/52

8:00pm Tuesday 13 November on BBC ONE

Ric is caught between his patient and the future of Holby as Serena gears up to take over the running of the hospital in Hanssen’s absence. Will he abandon his patient to save the hospital?

Jonny finds himself without his sidekick after he and Mo had an argument last week. He is determined to patch things up, but finds himself questioning her judgement and just can’t hold his tongue.

Michael’s day starts badly with the news that his children aren’t coming home until Christmas, and it goes from bad to worse with the arrival of a new, feisty HCA who hasn’t got time for his pomposity.

Ric is played by Hugh Quarshie, Serena is played by Catherine Russell, Jonny is played by Michael Thomson, Mo is played by Chizzy Akudolu and Michael is played by Hari Dhillon.

Ep 5/52

8:00pm Tuesday 6 November on BBC ONE

Pressure mounts on Hanssen, and when the son of his very first patient at Holby is admitted, Hanssen fights to save him and his own career.

When Hanssen takes a mysterious call, we are left wondering if events at the hospital are all that define his decisions today.?

Jonny finds himself in the middle of Mo and Jac over a difficult patient case. As tensions boil over, in trying to please both women, Jonny risks losing both.

Sacha wants to have one more run at being a Consultant, but ends up with more than he bargained for when Michael gives him his patient list. Has Sacha got what it takes?

Hanssen is played by Guy Henry, Jonny is played by Michael Thomson, Mo is played by Chizzy Akudolu, Jac is played by Rosie Marcel, Michael is played by Hari Dhillon and Sacha is played by Bob Barrett.

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