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Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Gas

6 September 1986
When several patients start filtering into Holby hospital with similar burn wounds and all being tight-lipped about the details of their accidents, the staff become suspicious. Meanwhile, the medical personnel on the A&E ward are having to deal with managements justification of the night-shift routine which is under threat. Leaning slightly on the personal lives of the staff rather than the storyline contained within the episode, however, it was a decent pilot which sets up the interesting characters and their backgrounds nicely for further episodes.
Bernard Gallagher ... Ewart Plimmer
Derek Thompson ... Charlie Fairhead

Brenda Fricker ... Megan Roach
Julia Watson ... Barbara 'Baz' Samuels

George Harris ... Clive King
Christopher Rozycki ... Kuba Trzcinski
Debbie Roza ... Susie
Catherine Shipton ... Duffy (as Cathy Shipton)

Robert Pugh ... Andrew Ponting
Lisa Bowerman ... Sandra Mute
Colin Fisher ... Brenner
Roger Ostime ... Norman Parker
Phil McCall ... Starchy Harris
Emma Vansittart ... Dannie Bennett (as Emma Watson)
Trevor Cooper ... Ralph
Al Ashton ... Robert Palmer
Juliette Grassby ... Mrs. Jones
Madeleine Nash ... Sophie Jones
Brian Haines ... Mr. Cartwright
Nancie Herrod ... Mrs. Price
Roy Evans ... Relative
Helen Gwyn ... TV Journalist
Graham Cole ... Junior Doctor (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Hide and Seek

13 September 1986
A young girl arrives on A&E after being knocked unconscious by a passing train. Her half-sister alerts the ambulance and accompanies her to Holby but refuses to talk as to the reasons behind the apparent attempted suicide attempt; but some clever coercion from staff member Clive King uncovers a family issue which could have been the cause. Meanwhile, a spot-check at the hospital by a member of the DHSS uncovers some interesting information when porter Kuba Trzcinski speaks without thinking.

Season 1, Episode 3: Night Runners

20 September 1986
When a teenage football fan is found with wounds within short proximity of a badly-wounded police officer, the finger of suspicion begins to point in his direction. Meanwhile, a woman is admitted onto the ward who refuses medical treatment due to her strict belief in Christian Science.

Season 1, Episode 4: Jump Start

27 September 1986
The night shift at Holby are called upon to deal with the several casualties from a motorway pile-up, which includes a young pregnant woman and her partner. Back at the hospital a drunken reporter is sniffing around for a story for his newspaper, and Kuba takes matters into his own hands when he discovers Clive is regularly drinking whilst on duty.

Season 1, Episode 5: Blood Brothers

4 October 1986
Staff at Holby are upset over the publication of a newspaper article which paints a very poor picture about their practice and procedures; meanwhile a homosexual man with significant blood loss and a teenage girl with a heroin overdose are among the patients admitted.

Season 1, Episode 6: High Noon

11 October 1986
Duffy organizes a protest against the local cinema showing pornographic movies, Charlie has to deal with an elderly woman who was attacked by her goldfish, and Clive explains the rules of subbuteo table football to Kuba when the staff hold a secret tournament in one of the spare rooms. As for the patients, Holby takes in a young lawyer who refuses to accept the diagnosis that he has suffered an epileptic fit, and a pregnant teenage runaway gets run over by a truck.

Season 1, Episode 7: Professionals

18 October 1986
Charlie and Baz take their work relationship one step further whilst Ewart complains to the cleaning company responsible for the recent poor hygiene in the hospital; and a woman ends up on the ward after suffering a fractured skull at the hands of her husband.

Season 1, Episode 8: Crazies

25 October 1986
Taxi drivers are being randomly attacked by a non-paying female passenger, which puts Megan on edge when her husband Ted (a taxi-driver) cannot be contacted. Staff nurse Trish escapes an attempted rape in her friends' car and ends up at Holby as a patient. Mrs. Sherman's plans to modernize the hospital with the use of her own company are quashed when Ewart refuses her offer during their dinner date.

Season 1, Episode 9: Moonlight Becomes You...

8 November 1986
An elderly gentleman is taken ill and transported to Holby but his friends at the nursing home feel he shouldn't be alone. They commandeer a company vehicle and make their way to the hospital. Shortly after, Kuba somehow manages to lose the patient whilst in the process of wheeling him to a new ward; and a man ends up on A&E boasting he suffered an injury whilst practicing judo turns out to be in discomfort due to something rather embarrassing!

Season 1, Episode 10: Teeny Poppers

15 November 1986
A&E are on hand to deal with a young Asian man who has taken an accidental overdose and a woman suffering from post-natal depression who has made a suicide attempt. Megan becomes a patient as she begins to come to terms with her cancer, Kuba gets a ticking off when he tries to start a raffle with the patients in an attempt to raise money for a new ventilator, and Ewart is confronted by his estranged daughter.
Bernard Gallagher ... Ewart Plimmer
Derek Thompson ... Charlie Fairhead

Brenda Fricker ... Megan Roach
Julia Watson ... Barbara 'Baz' Samuels

George Harris ... Clive King
Christopher Rozycki ... Kuba Trzcinski
Debbie Roza ... Susie Mercier
Catherine Shipton ... Lisa 'Duffy' Duffin (as Cathy Shipton)

Robert Pugh ... Andrew Ponting
Nigel Anthony ... Ted Roach
Victoria Hasted ... Gillian, Ewart Plimmer's Daughter
Julia Chambers ... Christine Holland
Shelley King ... Rama Patel
Amardeep Kaushall ... Amrit Patel
Charu Bala Chokshi ... Mrs. Patel
Fiona Laing ... Karen
Craig Wise ... Ray
Jane Evers ... Mrs. Cunningham
Val Lorraine ... Charity Collector
Stephen Kemble ... First Policeman

Cristina Patterson ... Sister Philips (as Christine Paterson)
Bruce Purchase ... Spiderman
Jackie Skarvellis ... Elizabeth (as Jacqueline Skarvellis)
Carole Walker ... Mrs. Rowe
Dorota Zieciowska ... Ewa

Season 1, Episode 11: Drunk

22 November 1986
The waiting room at the A&E is undergoing some decoration in preparation for a visit from the Royal family, but the lazy workmen are not doing much to impress the staff. Duffy has a good excuse for being late for work when she is attacked en route, and a young boy is found face down in a swimming pool by the girl who set him up.

Season 1, Episode 12: Quiet

6 December 1986
Duffy is back at work after her attack and confides in Megan, who herself is on the ward undergoing treatment for her cancer. An amateur boxing match ends with the winner being rushed to Holby in a critical condition, and an elderly alcoholic woman suffers from internal bleeding. Whilst all this is going on, ambulance driver Ponting receives the news that his wife has left him for a 4'11" jockey and jetted off to Llandudno!

Season 1, Episode 13: No Future

13 December 1986
Megan brings her elderly neighbour into A&E after an armed siege in her back garden results in him fighting for his life. Baz has a secret she is not sharing with Charlie, and a Dutch drug smuggler dies whilst in the company of his mistress whom flees the hospital when Ewart starts asking her some questions as to the mans identity.

Season 1, Episode 14: Survival

20 December 1986
When Baz is seen leaving a specialist clinic with an attractive young man word quickly starts to spread around Holby which results in a frosty reception from Charlie. Kuba's good intentions are met with an equally frosty response. And an elderly man, known to the staff, finds his way onto the ward wanting to die and requests his daughter (a nurse) put him out of his misery.

Season 1, Episode 15: Closure

27 December 1986
A&E is shut down at New Year when a missionary turns up carrying suspected Lassa fever. Kuba witnesses two men in a vicious brawl whilst he is cycling to work and stops to help one of them who is badly beaten, little realizing his own life is under threat just by being a witness.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: A Little Lobbying

12 September 1987
The night shift at Holby is closed down but that doesn't stop the staff from campaigning to get it re-opened. Duffy is successful when she applies for the post of sister at rival hospital St. Stephens, much to Ewart's disappointment, and Ted and Megan are seen to be having some problems in their relationship.
Bernard Gallagher ... Ewart Plimmer
Derek Thompson ... Charlie Fairhead

Brenda Fricker ... Megan Roach
Maureen O'Brien ... Elizabeth Straker

Robert Pugh ... Andrew Ponting
Helena Little ... Mary Tomlinson
Christopher Rozycki ... Kuba Trzcinski
Catherine Shipton ... Lisa 'Duffy' Duffin (as Cathy Shipton)
Debbie Roza ... Susie Mercier
Lisa Bowerman ... Sandra Mute
Nigel Anthony ... Ted Roach
Janine Duvitski ... Joyce
Albert Bentall ... Joyce's Baby
Colin McCormack ... Gregory Newman
Godfrey Jackman ... Patrick
Arbel Jones ... Joan Sullivan

Stephanie Fayerman ... Carole Parker
Terence McGinity ... Paul Marshal (as Terry McGinity)

Angela Barlow ... Director of Nursing Services
Ian Brimble ... Rowe
Richard Braine ... Peter
Kamilla Blanche ... Sister Stevens
Lionel Taylor ... Bill Barker
Alan Briars ... Mr. Scott
Peter Michaels ... Kerb Crawler
Rick Jango ... Taxi Driver
Roger Adamson ... Policeman at Accident
Colin Skeaping ... Biker
Tip Tipping ... Car Driver
Steve Whyment ... Car Passenger

Season 2, Episode 2: A Drop of the Hard Stuff

19 September 1987
It's all happening at Holby: patients claiming to be virgins in a sexual relationship, an alcoholic man who can't remember yesterday, and Duffy comes face to face with the man who raped her (in Series One) when he is brought into A&E in a critical condition.

Season 2, Episode 3: Shades of Love

26 September 1987
Cyril is upset when he turns up at Karen's door only to find another man leaving her flat through the back exit and she reminds him that they agreed to be 'just friends'. Kuba is incensed after Ewart accuses him of stealing hospital property and promptly threatens to resign, and Charlie is given a good speaking to by Megan over his involvement with a much younger nurse.

Season 2, Episode 4: Cry for Help

3 October 1987
A Polish man is brought into Holby after suffering an electric shock from his radio. Ponty's birthday is an excuse for him to remind Sandra of how much he loves her. Charlie has a quiet word in the ear of Cyril over the relationship issue with Karen whilst trying to cope without nicotine for 48 hours.

Season 2, Episode 5: Anaconda

10 October 1987
A gang of youths are targeting and assaulting an Asian family on the streets; a female entertainer ends up in casualty when she announces on stage that her live snake has escaped into the audience, causing them to panic and flee. Back at Holby, and Ponting is finding life too hard to cope with after the death of colleague/lover Sandra, and Ewart receives some professional advice on how best to proceed with his divorce.
Bernard Gallagher ... Ewart Plimmer
Derek Thompson ... Charlie Fairhead

Brenda Fricker ... Megan Roach
Maureen O'Brien ... Elizabeth Straker

Robert Pugh ... Andrew Ponting
Helena Little ... Mary Tomlinson
Christopher Rozycki ... Kuba Trzcinski
Catherine Shipton ... Lisa 'Duffy' Duffin (as Cathy Shipton)
Debbie Roza ... Susie Mercier

Kate Hardie ... Karen O'Malley
Eddie Nestor ... Cyril James
Alison Deegan ... Francine O'Dwyer
Tony Selby ... Leon
Jackie Lye ... Wanda the Human Anaconda, aka Hilary
Peggy Ann Wood ... Celia Karichi
Aimée Delamain ... Eugenie
Colin Fisher ... Brenner
Barry Stanton ... Slim
Jagdish Kumar ... Gabriel Karichi
John Michie ... PC Frank Jameson
Graham Turner ... DC Lennox
Darren Lunn ... Tony
Tim Jennings ... Greg
Nathan Clements ... Steve
Peter Jones ... Mark
Sylvia Barter ... Lisa
Douglas Johns ... Club Secretary
Maggie Lynton ... Night Nursing Officer
Esmond Rideout ... Parker
Harry Fielder ... Peter Bains (as Harry Aitch Fielder)
Jared Morgan ... Ambulanceman
Leonard Dean ... Michael
Trevor Francis ... Justin
Seth Jackson ... Jason

Season 2, Episode 6: Lifelines

17 October 1987
The emergency services are called upon when a small group of potholers get into trouble underground. Meanwhile back at Holby Kuba is accused of stealing a patients wallet, and there is friction between Duffy and Mary when Charlie decides that one of them should be promoted to the rank of sister.

Season 2, Episode 7: The Raid

24 October 1987
A massive police presence descends upon a small suburban street after being tipped off about a major drugs deal going down. This stirs up some emotion within the black community and leads to a stand-off with the local residents. At the hospital Duffy continues to be snappy with staff after her recent promotion and Ewart makes his move on Elizabeth Straker.

Season 2, Episode 8: Cross Fingers

31 October 1987
There is a sense of estrangement in the air between Ewart and Mrs. Straker, and Duffy's icy cold friction continues to grow as she takes it out on staff members who she feels do not respect her judgments. A gambler and his lady friend get themselves into difficulty when she falls ill during an important card game.

Season 2, Episode 9: Seeking Heat

7 November 1987
A residential building is destroyed by a bomb, which brings the emergency services of Duffy and Mary to attend the scene. Back at the hospital, Ewart comes to terms with his divorce; Megan is confronted by an angry patient and Karen quits the medical profession.

Season 2, Episode 10: Rock a Bye Baby

14 November 1987
An elderly woman is brought into A&E by her frustrated daughter, and a young baby is brought in by its mother, both of whom are suffering from suspicious facial bruises. An unconscious teenage girl is found by the canal by the ambulance crew following a tip-off.

Season 2, Episode 11: Hooked

21 November 1987
Duffy's new boyfriend has a very upsetting confession which throws their relationship into serious jeopardy, whilst Megan and Ted argue on their silver wedding anniversary over his plans to move to Cheltenham and become a self-employed taxi driver. Back at Holby General, a male prostitute and a born-again religious nut are among the casualties.

Season 2, Episode 12: Fun Night

28 November 1987
Cyril tries to woo Mary for a bet, but she is on to him and forces him to take her to the most expensive hotel in Holby to teach him a lesson. Ewart makes a shocking statement in front of Elizabeth, whilst two brothers become embroiled in a fight against a nasty wife-beating thug, which ends in bloodshed and all three on the A&E ward.

Season 2, Episode 13: Peace, Brother

5 December 1987
When a group of travelers put up camp on private property the owner of the land hires some helping hands to get rid of them; unfortunately this results in a young boy ending up in Casualty. Meanwhile Mary's father ends up on the ward after taking one too many pills and Ewart begins to resent spending time with Elizabeth whilst her daughter is around.

Season 2, Episode 14: Burning Cases

12 December 1987
It's a hectic night at Holby's A&E when a frustrated wheelchair-bound man sets himself on fire and an elderly women falls down her stairs whilst attempting to answer her telephone. As far the staff, Duffy is still on/off with AIDS-infected boyfriend Peter; Megan has an attack of conscience when she believes she caused an unnecessary injury to an elderly patient; and Elizabeth comes face-to-face with Ewart's estranged wife when he ends up collapsing at the hospital.
Bernard Gallagher ... Ewart Plimmer
Derek Thompson ... Charlie Fairhead

Brenda Fricker ... Megan Roach
Maureen O'Brien ... Elizabeth Straker
Helena Little ... Mary Tomlinson
Christopher Rozycki ... Kuba Trzcinski
Catherine Shipton ... Lisa 'Duffy' Duffin (as Cathy Shipton)
Debbie Roza ... Susie Mercier
Eddie Nestor ... Cyril James
Geoffrey Leesley ... Keith Cotterill
Ella Wilder ... Shirley Franklin
Sonia Woolley ... Roz Plimmer
Eric Deacon ... Peter Tranter

Kevin McNally ... Tom Bennod
Kate Lock ... Sophie Bennod
Beryl Cooke ... Mrs. Joyce Arthur
Hilary Mason ... Mrs. King
Jacqueline Ashman ... Young Woman
Yvonne Foster ... Bingo Friend 1
Judy Norman ... Bingo Friend 2
Deborah-Jane Sharpe ... Neighbour 1
Frank Rozelaar-Green ... Neighbour 2 (as Frank Rozelaa-Green)
Marie Clifford ... Recalcitrant Patient
Nicky Bee ... Ankle Injury Patient
Stephen Holmes ... Mr. Clark
Nigel Stephenson ... Medical Registrar
Freda Rodgers ... Night Sister

Season 2, Episode 15: These Things Happen

19 December 1987
The daughter of the elderly lady who died due to Megan's lapse of concentration, turns up at Holby demanding answers and threatening legal action against the hospital for negligence.

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Welcome to Casualty

9 September 1988
The new Outpatients officer, Valerie Sinclair, fails to impress Ewart when she announces plans for budget cuts at the hospital, whilst Cyril revisits Holby having left during the "off-air" time. A security guard is assaulted by two would-be burglars, a female mechanic suffers a serious paralyzing injury and Duffy receives the worst news from her ex-boyfriends' sister. Most of the episode is spent with casual references to staff previously related to Holby who have moved on, tying up the loose ends and explaining the character shifts from the end of the last series to the beginning of this one.

Season 3, Episode 2: Desperate Odds

16 September 1988
A male social worker answering a domestic disturbance call is viciously assaulted by the drunken bully suspect, who continues his unruly behaviour towards his partner's hungry young boy after he calls out for food one too many times. A pick-pocket prisoner (Kenneth Cope) also attends the casualty department under police guard with a suspected heart attack, but the staff are unconvinced it is genuine; and an elderly woman suffering from a gangrenous foot is admitted to the hospital by her son who insists she receives private care.

Season 3, Episode 3: Drake's Drum

23 September 1988

Season 3, Episode 4: Absolution

30 September 1988

Season 3, Episode 5: Burn-Out

7 October 1988

Season 3, Episode 6: A Quiet Night

14 October 1988

Derek Thompson ... Charlie Fairhead

Brenda Fricker ... Megan Roach
Paul Lacoux ... David Rowe
Catherine Shipton ... Lisa 'Duffy' Duffin (as Cathy Shipton)
Eddie Nestor ... Cyril James
Geoffrey Leesley ... Keith Cotterill
Ella Wilder ... Shirley Franklin
Carol Leader ... Sadie Tomkins
Susan Franklyn ... Valerie Sinclair

Julie Graham ... Alison McGrellis
Shaheen Khan ... Kiran Joghill
Phil Rowlands ... Mr. Gordon (as Philip Rowlands)
Jeffrey Gear ... Chad
Nikki Mace ... Cassie
Andrew Robbins ... Kevin Johnstone
Sarah Hadaway ... Ronnie
Lindy Layton ... Beth
Kevin Heuston ... Steve
Brian Southwood ... Alec Carter
Noreen Leighton ... Kate Carter
Mark Anstee ... Jeffrey
Christopher Milburn ... Anthony
Margaret Stallard ... Mrs. Woods
David Timson ... Dr. Jeremy Saxon
Dick Brannick ... Mr. Smithson
David Rhule ... Trevor
Richard Addison ... Inspector
Horwood John ... Billy
Jeremy Coote ... Orthopaedic Registrar
Kate Dunn ... Anaesthetist
Roger Winslet ... Mr. Johnstone

Season 3, Episode 7: A Wing and a Prayer

19 October 1988

Season 3, Episode 8: Living Memories

21 October 1988

Season 3, Episode 9: Inferno

28 October 1988

Season 3, Episode 10: Caring

4 November 1988


Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Chain Reaction

8 September 1989

Season 4, Episode 2: Accidents Happen

15 September 1989

Season 4, Episode 3: A Grand in the Hand

22 September 1989

Derek Thompson ... Charlie Fairhead

Brenda Fricker ... Megan Roach
Catherine Shipton ... Lisa Duffin (as Cathy Shipton)
Tam Hoskyns ... Lucy Perry
Eddie Nestor ... Cyril James
Susan Franklyn ... Valerie Sinclair
Belinda Davison ... Alex Spencer

Robson Green ... Jimmy Powell
Vivienne McKone ... Julie Stevens
William Gaminara ... Andrew Bower

Mary Tamm ... Virginia Wilson
David Kinder ... Richard Cumming
Meryl Hampton ... Pamela Cumming
Sally Baxter ... Sheila Cumming
Joe McGann ... Bobby Masters

Shirin Taylor ... Helen Masters

James Cosmo ... John Breckman
Freddie Boardley ... Tom Longworth
Mark Straker ... PC Rogers
Lorraine Parsloe ... Karen Cumming
Pamela Ashton ... Lorna
Tony Benet ... Graham
David Dooley ... Sergeant Watt
Branwen Iwan ... Serena Thompson
Doel Luscombe ... Tommy Boyle
Benedict Eccles ... Matthew Taylor
Sandy Walford ... Mrs. Box
Haf Morgan ... Anita
Paul Cresswell ... Roger
Cathy Hawkes ... Jenny
Russel Gleed ... Steve, Paramedic
Marta Patino ... Bethan

Season 4, Episode 4: Day Off

29 September 1989

Season 4, Episode 5: Vital Spark

6 October 1989

Derek Thompson ... Charlie Fairhead

Brenda Fricker ... Megan Roach
Catherine Shipton ... Lisa Duffin (as Cathy Shipton)
Tam Hoskyns ... Lucy Perry
Eddie Nestor ... Cyril James
Belinda Davison ... Alex Spencer

Robson Green ... Jimmy Powell
Vivienne McKone ... Julie Stevens
Edward Judd ... Alfred Newcombe

Charlie Creed-Miles ... Eric Newcombe
Rod Culbertson ... Graham Newcombe
Robert Austin ... Father Dominic
Peter Aubrey ... Father Ignatius
Martyn Ellis ... Gerald Vaughn
Hugh Munro ... Mr. Roberts
Clare Travers-Deacon ... Angie Peters
Maureen Brown ... Lady Tramp
Pamela Ashton ... Lorna (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 6: Charity

13 October 1989

Derek Thompson ... Charlie Fairhead

Brenda Fricker ... Megan Roach
Catherine Shipton ... Lisa Duffin (as Cathy Shipton)
Tam Hoskyns ... Lucy Perry
Eddie Nestor ... Cyril James
Susan Franklyn ... Valerie Sinclair
Belinda Davison ... Alex Spencer

Robson Green ... Jimmy Powell
Vivienne McKone ... Julie Stevens
Geoffrey Leesley ... Keith Cotterill
Jean Heywood ... Mrs. Grady
Edward Jewesbury ... Ivor Maitland

Kathleen Byron ... Avril Maitland
Peter Ledbury ... Des
Wendy van der Plank ... Rosie
Michelle Valle ... Katie
James Valle ... Liam
Adam Wayne ... Daniel

Christopher Villiers ... Mr. Lewis
John Elmes ... Richard Godley, Houseman
Tom Marshall ... Simon Warwick
Susan Edmonstone ... Franny Warwick
Iain Lauchlan ... Dan Dryden

Sarah Sutton ... Sarah Dryden
Russel Gleed ... Steve, Paramedic
Jonathan Caplan ... Paediatric Registrar
Patrick Connor ... Mr. Reed
Graeme Du-Fresne ... Bobby French (as Graeme du Fresne)
Bryan Coyle ... Pete Roberts

Season 4, Episode 7: Victim of Circumstances

20 October 1989

Derek Thompson ... Charlie Fairhead

Brenda Fricker ... Megan Roach
Catherine Shipton ... Lisa Duffin (as Cathy Shipton)
Tam Hoskyns ... Lucy Perry
Eddie Nestor ... Cyril James
Susan Franklyn ... Valerie Sinclair
Belinda Davison ... Alex Spencer

Robson Green ... Jimmy Powell
Vivienne McKone ... Julie Stevens
Tim Healy ... Ken Gardiner
Elaine Donnelly ... Dawn Gardiner
Steve Edwards ... Danny Gardiner
Emily Kehoe ... Debbie Gardiner
Badi Uzzaman ... Bharat Patel
Dinesh Shukia ... Vijesh Patel (as Dinesh Shukla)
Sally Sanders ... Sheila
Chris Gascoyne ... Simon
Tip Tipping ... Wayne
Hebe Chitnis ... Leena
Lia Williams ... Carrie Langman
William Phillips ... Sam Langman
Burt Caesar ... Nev Jamieson

Oliver Ford Davies ... The Major

Julian Fellowes ... Mr. Flannagan
Andrew Robertson ... Mr. Offenbach
Ian Bleasdale ... Josh Griffiths
Susan Colverd ... Lily, Paramedic
Graham Blockey ... Medical Registrar
Dev Sagoo ... Surgical Registrar
Paula Jacobs ... Mark's Mother
Ian Sandy ... Mark
Emma London ... TV Producer's Secretary
Eleanor Davison ... Sam's Friend (uncredited)
Nicholas Davison ... Sam's Friend (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 8: Deluge

27 October 1989

Season 4, Episode 9: Union

3 November 1989


Brenda Fricker ... Megan Roach
Catherine Shipton ... Lisa Duffin (as Cathy Shipton)
Tam Hoskyns ... Lucy Perry
Eddie Nestor ... Cyril James
Susan Franklyn ... Valerie Sinclair
Belinda Davison ... Alex Spencer

Robson Green ... Jimmy Powell
Vivienne McKone ... Julie Stevens
Angela Down ... Liz
Peter Marinker ... Graham
Siobhan Burke ... Dawn
Abi Gouhad ... Mr. Darboush
Rosemary da Costa ... Amna Darboush
Jeillo Edwards ... Grandmother
Tope Martins ... Raqi Darboush
Ian Bleasdale ... Josh Griffiths
Sukie Smith ... Anna, Paramedic
Ivor Roberts ... Mr. Davies
George Innes ... Geoff Coxon
Grant Piro ... Glenn Buchanan, Agency Nurse
Lucinda Gane ... Paula
Richard Bates ... Ivor Wilson
Godfrey Jackman ... Clive Jolley

Season 4, Episode 10: Taking Stock

10 November 1989

Derek Thompson ... Charlie Fairhead

Brenda Fricker ... Megan Roach
Catherine Shipton ... Lisa Duffin (as Cathy Shipton)
Tam Hoskyns ... Lucy Perry
Eddie Nestor ... Cyril James
Susan Franklyn ... Valerie Sinclair
Belinda Davison ... Alex Spencer

Robson Green ... Jimmy Powell
Vivienne McKone ... Julie Stevens
Caroline Mortimer ... Joan Sedgeley
Peter Tilbury ... Dennis Sedgeley
Anna Lindup ... Emma Foster

Christopher Villiers ... Mr. Lewis
Jeremy Bulloch ... Peter Cunningham
David Savile ... Mr. Stevens

Philip Whitchurch ... Detective Sergeant
Penny Bunton ... WPC Martin
Clinton Blake ... Policeman
Kathryn Hurlbutt ... Anaesthetist
Paul Lowther ... Mike
Sukie Smith ... Anna
Robin John ... Chief Viking (as Robbin John)
Steve Kligerman ... Injured Viking
Sam Perez ... Ben Foster

Season 4, Episode 11: Banking for Beginners

24 November 1989


Brenda Fricker ... Megan Roach
Catherine Shipton ... Lisa Duffin (as Cathy Shipton)
Tam Hoskyns ... Lucy Perry
Eddie Nestor ... Cyril James
Susan Franklyn ... Valerie Sinclair
Belinda Davison ... Alex Spencer

Robson Green ... Jimmy Powell
Vivienne McKone ... Julie Stevens
Patricia Hayes ... Mrs. Calthorn

Eileen Nicholas ... Mary Calthorn
John Cassady ... John Redpath
Barbara Marten ... Tamara Redpath
Caroline Quentin ... Jane Locke
Lewis George ... Robert Penfold

Michael O'Hagan ... Football Manager
Danny McGrath ... Rick

Ian Burfield ... Jeff
Ashley Barker ... Dennis McGeary
Peter McCulloch ... Jonathan
Richard Howard ... Administrator
David Garry ... Registrar
Isobel Swan ... Mrs. Willis
Keith Osborn ... Ambulanceman (as Keith Osbourne)

Season 4, Episode 12: Hanging On

1 December 1989

Derek Thompson ... Charlie Fairhead

Brenda Fricker ... Megan Roach
Catherine Shipton ... Lisa Duffin (as Cathy Shipton)
Tam Hoskyns ... Lucy Perry
Eddie Nestor ... Cyril James
Susan Franklyn ... Valerie Sinclair
Belinda Davison ... Alex Spencer

Robson Green ... Jimmy Powell
Vivienne McKone ... Julie Stevens

Julian Glover ... Mr. Arnold Richardson
Philip Lowrie ... Mr. Simon Spencer
Pippa Guard ... Gill Robson
Lynne Verrall ... Christine

Kelly Fennell ... Janet
Melina Michael ... Anna Robson
Calum Shaw ... Alan Smith
Sally Cookson ... Becky Rowntree
Julia Chambers ... Dot Kelly
Roy Lee ... Gareth Jones
Michael Dyerball ... Peter Marshall
Cherry Gillespie ... Barbara Conrad

Len Collin ... John Morgan
Graham Eaves ... Dr. Toby Pearson
Ray Jones ... Ambulance Man
John Evitts ... George
Maggie McCarthy ... Ada, receptionist
Richard Dixon ... Dr. Richard Wolsey
Marilyn Le Conte ... Sgt Jenny Pilton
Piers Halliwell ... PC Bob Duncan
Birdy Sweeney ... Ken Irons
Ellen McIntosh ... Betty
Lesley North ... Stella
Pat O'Toole ... TV Reporter
Stephen McEachran ... Barry
David Sivier ... Anaesthetist
Ruth Moore ... Ms. Rutherford
Marina Foley ... Radiographer
Robert Anderson ... Youth
Robert Grayson ... Man
Cameron Miller ... Albert Cross
Elisha Scott ... Girl

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Penalty

7 September 1990

Derek Thompson ... Charlie Fairhead

Brenda Fricker ... Megan Roach
Catherine Shipton ... Lisa Duffin (as Cathy Shipton)

Mamta Kaash ... Beth Ramanee
Nigel Le Vaillant ... Julian Chapman

Robson Green ... Jimmy Powell
Eamon Boland ... Tony Walker
Maggie McCarthy ... Helen Green
Patrick Robinson ... Martin Ashford
Geoffrey Leesley ... Keith Cotterill
Ian Bleasdale ... Josh Griffiths
Maggie Lynskey ... Vicky
Richard Caldicot ... Max Shaw
Bert Parnaby ... Billie Jennings
Valerie Phillips ... Margo Jennings
Daniel Eastland ... Craig Jennings

Dervla Kirwan ... Anna
John Phythian ... Mark
Mmoloki Chrystie ... Colin
Jonathan Lacey ... Ian
Michael Quann ... Football Fan
Andrew Tyler ... Football Fan
David Barber ... Football Fan
George Anton ... Football Fan
Adrian Fletcher ... Football Fan
Michael Jenner ... Ozzy, Anaesthetist
Wilfred Grove ... St John's Ambulanceman
Sam Miller ... Tim Jennings
David Plimmer ... Patrick Cooper
Dawn Keeler ... Landlady
Neville Phillips ... Priest

Tom Chadbon ... Announcer (voice)

Gareth Armstrong ... Announcer (voice)

Season 5, Episode 2: Results

14 September 1990

Season 5, Episode 3: Close to Home

21 September 1990

Derek Thompson ... Charlie Fairhead

Brenda Fricker ... Megan Roach
Catherine Shipton ... Lisa Duffin (as Cathy Shipton)

Mamta Kaash ... Beth Ramanee
Nigel Le Vaillant ... Julian Chapman

Robson Green ... Jimmy Powell
Eamon Boland ... Tony Walker
Maggie McCarthy ... Helen Green
Patrick Robinson ... Martin Ashford
Ian Bleasdale ... Josh Griffiths

Pete Postlethwaite ... Ralph Peters
Mark Kingston ... Mr. Parrish
Rowena Cooper ... Mrs. Parrish
Melanie Kilburn ... Mrs. Hearn
William Howard ... Kevin Hearn
Johanna Hargreaves ... Debbie Bannister
Toby Frith ... Richie Bannister
Christopher Driscoll ... Paul Rulton
Kevin O'Donohoe ... Eddy
Amanda Boxer ... Mrs. Leach
Laura Howard ... Victoria Leach
Caroline Harker ... Tessa
Paul Rainbow ... Carter
David Shaw Parker ... Hostel Owner (as David Shaw-Parker)
Karen Henthorn ... Sandra

Rachel Fielding ... Sally, Nurse
Adam Warren ... Baz
Jeetendr Sehdev ... Kurt (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 4: Street Life

28 September 1990

Derek Thompson ... Charlie Fairhead

Brenda Fricker ... Megan Roach
Catherine Shipton ... Lisa Duffin (as Cathy Shipton)

Mamta Kaash ... Beth Ramanee
Nigel Le Vaillant ... Julian Chapman

Robson Green ... Jimmy Powell
Eamon Boland ... Tony Walker
Maggie McCarthy ... Helen Green
Patrick Robinson ... Martin Ashford
Geoffrey Leesley ... Keith Cotterill
Ian Bleasdale ... Josh Griffiths
Derek Benfield ... Eric Hogarth
Alan David ... David Clarke
Elizabeth Bradley ... Edith Clarke
Robin Weaver ... Imogen Wyatt
Amelia Shankley ... Nikki
Spencer Leigh ... Garry Salter
Judy Flynn ... Lorraine

Rachel Fielding ... Sally, Nurse
Denise Black ... Jenny Munro
Wendy Nottingham ... Michelle
Simon Rouse ... Roy
Tony Caunter ... Cafe Owner
Wayne Foskett ... Andy
Alice Douglas ... Louise Richardson
Paul Brightwell ... Pete
Maggie Lynskey ... Vicky
Georgine Anderson ... Lillian Hogarth

Dan Hildebrand ... First Bully
Robert Sturt ... Second Bully
Jennie Jay Williams ... Nurse
Harry Jones ... First Derelict
Mark Bannister ... Medical Registrar
Matt Bradley ... Anaesthetist

Season 5, Episode 5: Hiding Place

5 October 1990

Derek Thompson ... Charlie Fairhead

Brenda Fricker ... Megan Roach
Catherine Shipton ... Lisa Duffin (as Cathy Shipton)

Mamta Kaash ... Beth Ramanee
Nigel Le Vaillant ... Julian Chapman

Robson Green ... Jimmy Powell
Eamon Boland ... Tony Walker
Maggie McCarthy ... Helen Green
Patrick Robinson ... Martin Ashford
Geoffrey Leesley ... Keith Cotterill

Michael Feast ... Wayne Simpson

Clive Russell ... Dave McCray
Stevan Rimkus ... Danny Gresty
John Bardon ... Jack Morris
Janet Crawford ... Lucy Morris

Marion Bailey ... Joy Waddington
Daniel McNab ... Mathew Waddington
Katie Abbott ... Susan Peterson
Alison Peebles ... Sarah Peterson
Shahnaz Pakravan ... Pharmacist (as Shanaz Pakravan)
Richard Goodfield ... Bus Driver
Barbara Coles ... Medical Registrar
Chris Gascoyne ... First Yob
Terry Courtney ... Crushed Man

Season 5, Episode 6: Salvation

12 October 1990

Season 5, Episode 7: Say It with Flowers

19 October 1990

Derek Thompson ... Charlie Fairhead

Brenda Fricker ... Megan Roach
Catherine Shipton ... Lisa Duffin (as Cathy Shipton)

Mamta Kaash ... Beth Ramanee
Nigel Le Vaillant ... Julian Chapman

Robson Green ... Jimmy Powell
Maggie McCarthy ... Helen Green
Patrick Robinson ... Martin Ashford
Mark McGann ... Joe Morrisson

Annabelle Apsion ... Carrie Potter

Carol Royle ... Lizzie Trent
Amanda Royle ... Mandy Trent
Doña Croll ... Lucy Watson
Philippa Urquhart ... Mrs. Smyth
Hilda Braid ... Agnes Hartley
P.J. Davidson ... Bob Hartley
Lindy Whiteford ... Medical Senior Registrar
John Abbott ... Sales Manager
David Michaels ... Salesman
Maggie Lynskey ... Vicky
Kathleen Bidmead ... Elderly Woman
Sita Ramamurthy ... Kulwhindha

Season 5, Episode 8: Love's a Pain

26 October 1990

Eamon Boland ... Tony Walker
Constance Chapman ... Trissie Auden
Dennis Conlon ... Barry
Patrick Drury ... Gordon Robinson
Jack Ellis ... Sergeant Chancellor

Brenda Fricker ... Megan Roach

Elspet Gray ... Mary Porter
Dean Harris ... Mike, Ambulance Driver
Emma Hewitt ... Liz MacLean

Nicholas Jones ... John Packard
Pat Keen ... Mavis Watson
Stephen Kemble ... Willie Mossop
Nigel Le Vaillant ... Julian Chapman
Michael Lees ... Colonel Johnson
Denis Lill ... Tom Porter
Doreen Mantle ... Mrs. Duffin, 'Duffy's' Mother
Maggie McCarthy ... Helen Green
Guy Keith Miller ... Roger Robinson
Vicky Murdock ... Tina Watson
Carolyn Pickles ... Diane Robinson
Patrick Robinson ... Martin Ashford
Liza Sadovy ... Myra, receptionist
Catherine Shipton ... Lisa Duffin (as Cathy Shipton)
Derek Thompson ... Charlie Fairhead
Amanda Want ... Christine Robinson
David Wilson ... Simon Leech

Season 5, Episode 9: A Will to Die

2 November 1990

Derek Thompson ... Charlie Fairhead

Brenda Fricker ... Megan Roach
Catherine Shipton ... Lisa Duffin (as Cathy Shipton)

Mamta Kaash ... Beth Ramanee
Nigel Le Vaillant ... Julian Chapman

Robson Green ... Jimmy Powell
Eamon Boland ... Tony Walker
Maggie McCarthy ... Helen Green
Patrick Robinson ... Martin Ashford
Ian Bleasdale ... Josh Griffiths
Caroline Webster ... Jane Scott
Tacy Kneale ... Jenny Fairfax

Dominic Jephcott ... Peter Gosford
Clare Byam-Shaw ... Claudia Gosford
Sheila Ruskin ... Harriet Chivers
Liza Walker ... Fenella Chivers
Sean Baker ... Frank Gidman

Ann Mitchell ... Mrs. McKenzie

David Harewood ... Paul Grant
Alibe Parsons ... Mrs. Grant
Barry Jackson ... Prison Officer Barratt
David Barrass ... Prison Officer Gates
Doreen Mantle ... Mrs. Duffin
Rosalind Wilson ... Rachel
David Medina ... Jeweller
David Hartley ... Fisherman

Season 5, Episode 10: Big Boys Don't Cry

9 November 1990

Derek Thompson ... Charlie Fairhead

Brenda Fricker ... Megan Roach
Catherine Shipton ... Lisa Duffin (as Cathy Shipton)

Mamta Kaash ... Beth Ramanee
Nigel Le Vaillant ... Julian Chapman

Robson Green ... Jimmy Powell
Eamon Boland ... Tony Walker
Maggie McCarthy ... Helen Green
Patrick Robinson ... Martin Ashford
Ian Bleasdale ... Josh Griffiths
Susan Colverd ... Lily, Paramedic

Tessa Peake-Jones ... Esther Macauley, Paediatric Registrar

Dearbhla Molloy ... Eileen Walker
Matthew Scurfield ... Stan
Jimmy Lambert ... Michaelis Georgiou
Tassia Messimeris ... Eleni Georgiou
Natasha Sultana ... Vassiliki Georgiou
Jeremy Rampling ... Miles Philpott
Fred Pearson ... Frank Philpott
Heather Canning ... Thelma Philpott
Michael Ford ... Brian
Simon Scott ... Teacher
Ian Flintoff ... Headmaster
Matthew O'Brien ... Schoolboy
Michael Salmon ... Schoolboy
Anthony Elliott ... Schoolboy
Nick Carver ... Schoolboy
Alan Barker ... Nigel McWilliam
Andrew Tyler ... Football Fan (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 11: Remembrance

16 November 1990

Derek Thompson ... Charlie Fairhead

Brenda Fricker ... Megan Roach
Catherine Shipton ... Lisa Duffin (as Cathy Shipton)

Mamta Kaash ... Beth Ramanee
Nigel Le Vaillant ... Julian Chapman

Robson Green ... Jimmy Powell
Maggie McCarthy ... Helen Green
Patrick Robinson ... Martin Ashford
Ian Bleasdale ... Josh Griffiths
Caroline Webster ... Jane Scott
Jean Anderson ... Rosie Collier
Robert Gwilym ... Howard Collier

Suzanne Bertish ... Caroline Collier
David Ellison ... Ron Wilson
Ewan Hooper ... Sam Dewsbury
Kulvinder Ghir ... Jeevan
Henrietta Bass ... Andrea Martin (as Henrietta Bess)

Annette Badland ... Jodie Forbes
Tony Bluto ... Brian Thomas

Dominic Keating ... Ian Tilsley
Ivan Beavis ... Derek Tilsley
Daniel Mitchell ... Jake
Jillie Meers ... Mrs. Ellis
Hugh Walters ... Man at Allotment
Peter Mackriel ... Shopkeeper (as Peter MacKriel)
Christopher Driscoll ... Fire Officer

Season 5, Episode 12: All's Fair

30 November 1990

Derek Thompson ... Charlie Fairhead

Brenda Fricker ... Megan Roach
Catherine Shipton ... Lisa Duffin (as Cathy Shipton)

Mamta Kaash ... Beth Ramanee
Nigel Le Vaillant ... Julian Chapman

Robson Green ... Jimmy Powell
Maggie McCarthy ... Helen Green
Patrick Robinson ... Martin Ashford
Ian Bleasdale ... Josh Griffiths
Maggie Lynskey ... Vicky
Christopher Blake ... Mike Jameson

Louise Lombard ... Clare Jameson
Cheryl Woodcock ... Jane Jameson

Jonny Phillips ... Ronnie (as Jonathan Phillips)
Peter Gunn ... Malcolm
Michael Tomlinson ... Enemy Commander
Dee Sadler ... Irene Clarke
Stuart Fenton ... Leigh Clarke (as Stewart Fenton)
Dallas Clements ... Scott Clarke

Geraldine Somerville ... Ruth
Marlene Sidaway ... Mrs. Philpott

Season 5, Episode 13: A Reasonable Man

7 December 1990


Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: Humpty Dumpty

6 September 1991

Season 6, Episode 2: Judgement Day

13 September 1991

Derek Thompson ... Charlie Fairhead
Catherine Shipton ... Lisa Duffin (as Cathy Shipton)

Mamta Kaash ... Beth Ramanee
Nigel Le Vaillant ... Julian Chapman

Robson Green ... Jimmy Powell
Patrick Robinson ... Martin Ashford
Adie Allen ... Kelly Liddle
Anne Kristen ... Norma Sullivan
Caroline Webster ... Jane Scott
Ian Bleasdale ... Josh Griffiths
Ciaran Madden ... Zoe Turner
Felicity Montagu ... Karen Forrester
Bernard Horsfall ... Dr. Alex Upchurch, Coroner
Margery Withers ... Sally James

Sophie Okonedo ... Gina Russell
Tom Georgeson ... Tim Talbot
Laura Brattan ... WPC Susan Spencer

Michelle Fairley ... Kathy Emerick

Samantha Glenn ... Jennifer Emerick
Carol Gillies ... Dr. Philpott
Jonathan Coy ... Sally's Solicitor
Sarah Souster ... Julie
Michael Thomas ... Karen's Solicitor
Richard Hampton ... Pathologist
Anthony Dutton ... Sergeant Anthony
Shauna Baird ... Beth's Solicitor
Valerie Buchanan ... Dr. Funmi Akinuli
Amanda Symonds ... Dr. Bernie Fuller
Debra Gillett ... Reporter

Season 6, Episode 3: Dangerous Games

20 September 1991

Derek Thompson ... Charlie Fairhead
Catherine Shipton ... Lisa Duffin (as Cathy Shipton)

Mamta Kaash ... Beth Ramanee
Nigel Le Vaillant ... Julian Chapman

Robson Green ... Jimmy Powell
Patrick Robinson ... Martin Ashford

Maria Friedman ... Patricia Baynes
Adie Allen ... Kelly Liddle
Anne Kristen ... Norma Sullivan
Caroline Webster ... Jane Scott
Ian Bleasdale ... Josh Griffiths

Jim Carter ... Matthew Charlton
Tilly Vosburgh ... Mary Tyler

Matthew Marsh ... Geoff Marks
Jo Stone-Fewings ... Mark Sutton
Lee Whitlock ... Graham

Edmund Lane ... Danny (as Scott Lane)
Fleur Taylor ... Shelley
Joanna Phillips-Lane ... Claire Charlton
Daniel Coleman ... Dean Charlton
Angela Shafto ... Jeannie Charlton (as Angela Shaftoe)
David Quilter ... Dr. George Graves
Annie Hayes ... Mrs. Bristow

Angela Barlow ... Mrs. Davies
Susannah Streeter ... Penny

Season 6, Episode 4: Hide and Seek

27 September 1991

Season 6, Episode 5: Joy Ride

4 October 1991

Season 6, Episode 6: Something to Hide

11 October 1991

Derek Thompson ... Charlie Fairhead
Catherine Shipton ... Lisa Duffin (as Cathy Shipton)

Mamta Kaash ... Beth Ramanee
Nigel Le Vaillant ... Julian Chapman

Robson Green ... Jimmy Powell
Patrick Robinson ... Martin Ashford

Maria Friedman ... Patricia Baynes
Adie Allen ... Kelly Liddle
Anne Kristen ... Norma Sullivan
Caroline Webster ... Jane Scott
Ian Bleasdale ... Josh Griffiths
Sheila Allen ... Marcia Parrish
David Savile ... Derek Parrish
Alison Fielding ... Judy Harris
Philip Anthony ... Dr. Phillips

Simon Chandler ... Richard Penfold
Fiona McArthur ... Suzie
Su Elliot ... Helen Hardwick
Fraser James ... Andrew Hardwick
Tim Wylton ... Marcus
Christopher Ettridge ... Ronald
Richard Huw ... Dr. Alan Menzies
Valerie Buchanan ... Dr. Funmi Akinuli
Alison-Louise Mitchell ... Student Nurse Karen
Curt Clement-Fletcher ... Daniel
Myron McKay ... Patrick
Alan Coveney ... Cab Driver
Stephen Bird ... First Youth
Graeme Briggs ... Second Youth
Iain Rattray ... Detective Sergeant

Duncan Duff ... Policeman

Season 6, Episode 7: Beggars Can't Be Choosers

18 October 1991

Derek Thompson ... Charlie Fairhead
Catherine Shipton ... Lisa Duffin (as Cathy Shipton)

Mamta Kaash ... Beth Ramanee
Nigel Le Vaillant ... Julian Chapman

Robson Green ... Jimmy Powell
Patrick Robinson ... Martin Ashford

Maria Friedman ... Patricia Baynes
Adie Allen ... Kelly Liddle
Anne Kristen ... Norma Sullivan
Caroline Webster ... Jane Scott
Ian Bleasdale ... Josh Griffiths
William Armstrong ... Paul

Lucy Cohu ... Theresa Johnson
Patti Love ... Yvonne Miller
Barrie Rutter ... Ted Miller
Edna Doré ... Grace Harper

Kieran O'Brien ... Chris Miller
Shaun Scott ... Rob Carrington
Annie Hulley ... Jan Carrington
Michael Jenner ... Ozzy, Anaesthetist
Simon Godley ... Paediatrician
Valerie Buchanan ... Dr. Funmi Akinuli
Ian Brimble ... Mechanic
Gillian Kearney ... Mandy

Jake Wood ... Danny
Miranda Forbes ... Doctor's Receptionist
Val Lorraine ... Lost Woman
Nick Yeoman ... Sean
Sam Howells-Pugh ... Peter Duffin
Charlotte Prideaux ... Mia Jackson
Jade Prideaux ... Mia Jackson

Season 6, Episode 8: Living in Hope

25 October 1991

Derek Thompson ... Charlie Fairhead
Catherine Shipton ... Lisa Duffin (as Cathy Shipton)

Mamta Kaash ... Beth Ramanee
Nigel Le Vaillant ... Julian Chapman

Robson Green ... Jimmy Powell
Patrick Robinson ... Martin Ashford
Adie Allen ... Kelly Liddle
Anne Kristen ... Norma Sullivan
Caroline Webster ... Jane Scott
William Armstrong ... Paul
Eleanor David ... Stephanie Freeman

Jerome Flynn ... Alan Deacon
Ann Penfold ... Edith
Geraldine Alexander ... Sarah
Rupert Holliday-Evans ... Michael Cook (as Rupert Holliday Evans)
Geoffrey Toone ... Mr. Bridges
John O'Toole ... Tom Philby

Julia Sawalha ... Nikki Watson
Steve Nicolson ... Steve
Anna Livia Ryan ... Kim Frayn
Bob Barrett ... Medical Registrar
David Henry ... Mr. Spencer
Sam Howells-Pugh ... Peter Duffin

Season 6, Episode 9: Making the Break

1 November 1991

Season 6, Episode 10: Sins of Omission

8 November 1991

Season 6, Episode 11: The Last Word

15 November 1991

Derek Thompson ... Charlie Fairhead
Catherine Shipton ... Lisa Duffin (as Cathy Shipton)

Mamta Kaash ... Beth Ramanee
Nigel Le Vaillant ... Julian Chapman

Robson Green ... Jimmy Powell
Patrick Robinson ... Martin Ashford

Maria Friedman ... Patricia Baynes
Maureen Beattie ... Sandra Nicholl
Anne Kristen ... Norma Sullivan
Caroline Webster ... Jane Scott
Ian Bleasdale ... Josh Griffiths
William Armstrong ... Paul
Sam Howells-Pugh ... Peter Duffin
Chris Gascoyne ... Cliff Davies
Colin Tierney ... Michael Letts
Gerard Horan ... Mal Wilkinson
Anna Niland ... Ellen Jones

Minnie Driver ... Zena Mitchell

Richard Dormer ... Rick Tomlinson
Jill Benedict ... Patricia Finlay
Ben Howells ... Liam Finlay
Carly Tippens ... Rachel Finlay

Hermione Norris ... Abby Larwood (as Hermoine Norris)

Cathryn Bradshaw ... Monica Larwood

Gareth Armstrong ... Dr. James Carling

Christian Rodska ... Dr. Bailer
Zienia Merton ... Dr. Helen Billington
Michael Nicholson ... George

Season 6, Episode 12: Pressure! What Pressure?

29 November 1991

Season 6, Episode 13: Facing Up

6 December 1991

Derek Thompson ... Charlie Fairhead
Catherine Shipton ... Lisa Duffin (as Cathy Shipton)

Mamta Kaash ... Beth Ramanee
Nigel Le Vaillant ... Julian Chapman

Robson Green ... Jimmy Powell
Patrick Robinson ... Martin Ashford
Maureen Beattie ... Sandra Nicholl

Maria Friedman ... Patricia Baynes
Anne Kristen ... Norma Sullivan
Caroline Webster ... Jane Scott
Ian Bleasdale ... Josh Griffiths

Nicholas Farrell ... Phil Byron
Patricia Kerrigan ... Alice Byron
Thomas Szekeres ... Stewart Byron
Pauline Delaney ... Mona Drekon (as Pauline Delany)

David Ryall ... Eddie Gash
Geoffrey Bayldon ... Duncan Frain
Anna Cropper ... Mrs. Chassnee
Dave Hill ... Maurice McCullier

Kathy Burke ... Lorraine McCullier
Valerie Hunkins ... Francis Ashford

Michael Hadley ... Hoban, Oral Surgeon
Phillip Joseph ... Dr. Bayliss
John Hudson ... Cardiothoracic Surgeon
Roger Alborough ... DS Cod
Chris Mills ... DJ

Season 6, Episode 14: Allegiance

13 December 1991

Season 6, Episode 15: Cascade

27 February 1992