Holby City spoilers: Series 22 Episode 41

  • Chloe gets closer to catching Cameron, but could she be putting Ange in imminent danger?
  • Will Max ask Lucky to stay, when she proves her worth on her last day?
  • How far will Hanssen go to protect Sahira, as she tries to save her father?

Unable to explain why one of her patients died, Chloe is suspended. Before leaving, Chloe confides her suspicion to Ange that Cameron was involved in the patient’s death. Will Ange confront Cameron, putting her own life in danger?

Sahira considers bumping her father up the transplant list. Unable to talk her out of it, and wanting to protect Sahira from getting caught, Hanssen decides to take matters into his own hands.

It’s Lucky’s last day. When a patient arrives with a phobia of hospitals, Lucky pulls out all the stops and convinces the patient to let Max treat her. Will it be enough for Max to keep Lucky on at Holby?

Cast

  • Alex Walkinshaw as Adrian `Fletch’ Fletcher
  • Amy Lennox as Chloe Godard
  • Amy Murphy as Kylie Madden
  • Belinda Owusu as Nicky McKendrick
  • Bob Barrett as Sacha Levy
  • Chan Woo Lim as Jeong-Soo Han
  • David Ames as Dominic Copeland
  • Dawn Steele as Ange Godard
  • Ellie Piercy as Allegra Rankin
  • Guy Henry as Henrik Hanssen
  • Hannah Saxby as Jenny Dawes
  • Jaye Jacobs as Donna Jackson
  • Jo Martin as Max McGerry
  • Laila Rouass as Sahira Shah
  • Nic Jackman as Cameron Dunn
  • Phoebe Pryce as Skylar Bryce
  • Raad Rawi as Reyhan Shah
  • Trieve Blackwood-Cambridge as Josh Hudson
  • Vineeta Rishi as Lucky Simpson

Crew

  • Writer – Katie Douglas
  • Director – Daikin Marsh
  • Producer – Amy Rodriguez

Holby City airs this 40 minute episode on BBC One at 7:50 pm on Tuesday 9 March 2021. (Subject to change).

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