Saturday 23 May 2020
Devised by Paul Unwin
Devised by Jeremy Brock
Written by Rachel Aird
Directed by Alex Jacob
Series Producer: Lucy Raffety
Series Producer: Rebecca Hedderly
Executive Producer: Simon Harper
Fenisha pushes Jan too far.
Jacob makes an unexpected friend.
Jade makes a huge decision about her reaching out to her birth mother.
Meanwhile, Fenisha disobeys Jan's orders when the pair attend the scene of an accident at a wrestling match. Back at the Holby City medical facility, Jan hands her an official warning, putting her future in jeopardy.
Elsewhere, hen marine veteran Nate comes into Holby City's Emergency Department claiming to have fallen from his wheelchair during a stunt, he quickly bonds with Jacob, who is thrilled to treat someone with such an exciting life.
This episode is something a little different. With the incorporation of live wrestling and none of the stereotypical Casualty-esque storylines/stunts, this is an interesting one to say the least.
Plus, Gabriella Leon and Olivia D'Lima are superb. Really pleased to see Gabriella, especially, be given something worthwhile.
An interesting new development for Jacob Masters (Charles Venn), also. Viewers will see him take an alternate direction in his life.
It's also great to see Neil Hurst on the television.
Kirsty Mitchell as Faith Cadogan
Olivia D'Lima as Fenisha Khatri
William Beck as Dr. Dylan Keogh
Charles Venn as Jacob Masters
Jack Nolan as Dr. William "Will" Noble
Amanda Mealing as Connie Beauchamp
Shaheen Jafargholi as Marty Kirkby
Di Botcher as Jan Jenning
Tony Marshall as Noel Garcia
George Rainsford as Dr. Ethan Hardy
Uriel Emil as Lev Malinovsky
Tim Pritchett as Nate Mollett
Sapphire Joy as Lizzie Deniston
Connor Bryson as Malc Deniston
Neil Hurst as Ring Announcer