Doctors spoilers: Sleeping with Ghosts – Tuesday 16 February 2021

Doctors: S22E01 – Sleeping with Ghosts
Tuesday 16 February 2021
BBC One: 13:45

  • Produced by Dawn Coulson-Beckett
  • Written by Ray Brooking
  • Directed by Daniel Wilson

Al gets spooked, while Jimmi and Rob look into the Robson case.
Sid gets caught between a father and daughter at odds over what’s best for his patient.

Al wakes up surrounded by mess in his living room, pleased to have his old life back, and at work even Valerie’s sniping about Lily can’t dent his enthusiasm. Whilst out on home visits it becomes clear someone is following him, and despite a few near misses the perpetrator manages to avoid being seen. Al returns home and has to double take when the place is spotless. Freaked out he calls Jimmi and accuses him of breaking in and cleaning up. Jimmi points out the ridiculousness of this idea and hangs up, leaving Al stumped. He looks round the house and eventually spots a note, from Lily making it clear she’s been back in the house.

Cast

  • Adrian Lewis Morgan as Dr Jimmi Clay
  • Ashley Rice as Dr Sid Vere
  • Chris Walker as Rob Hollins
  • Dido Miles as Dr Emma Reid
  • Elisabeth Dermot Walsh as Dr Zara Carmichael
  • Ian Midlane as Dr Al Haskey
  • Matthew Chambers as Dr Daniel Granger
  • Polly Maberly as Tilly Price
  • Robin Bowerman as Giles Price
  • Sarah Moyle as Valerie Pitman
  • Susan Penhaligon as Alice Price
  • Tom Lister as Simon Robson
  • Verity Rushworth as Lily Walker

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