Doctors spoilers: Monday 8 – Thursday 11 March 2021

Doctors: S22E12 – Cold Reading
Monday 8 March 2021
BBC One: 13:45

  • Produced by Dawn Coulson-Beckett
  • Written by Katharine Way
  • Directed by Debbie Howard

Zara worries for a grieving friend who believes in communing with the dead.

Daniel tries to stop a dangerous hunger strike. Ruhma offers a listening ear as pressure builds on Luca.

Jimmi tells Daniel there’s a hunger strike at the university. When he shows him a video of the two protestors, Daniel recognises the two students (Anita and Maisie) whom he freed after they glued themselves to the building.

After Jonno leaves him another threatening message, Luca meets him and hands him a bottle of pills.

Doctors: S22E13 – Midwife Crisis
Tuesday 9 March 2021
BBC One: 13:45

  • Produced by Caroline Slater
  • Written by Max Clompus
  • Directed by David Lewis Richardson

Rob tries to get away from it all with a day of fishing but an unexpected arrival gives him something to think about while Daniel is invited to meet the Pro Vice Chancellor of the University.

Ruhma is surprised to find out why an anxious new dad-to-be is showing such a high level of interest in his wife’s pregnancy.

Doctors: S22E14 – Imposter
Wednesday 10 March 2021
BBC One: 13:45

  • Produced by Caroline Slater
  • Written by Paul Campbell
  • Directed by David Lewis Richardson

Daniel becomes increasingly embroiled in the university hunger strike, despite Zara warning him to stay away.

When her own mother starts treating her like a stranger, teenage Rosie realises she’s locked out of a family secret.

Doctors: S22E15 – Sugar Sugar
Thursday 11 March 2021
BBC One: 13:45

  • Produced by Caroline Slater
  • Written by Frank Rickarby
  • Directed by David Lewis Richardson

Daniel’s fears for Anita intensify while Zara is miffed by Emma and Luca’s newfound spark.

Colin’s intent on declaring his love to his sugar baby but Karen fears he’s making a big mistake.

Cast

  • Adrian Lewis Morgan as Dr Jimmi Clay
  • Ashley Rice as Dr Sid Vere
  • Bharti Patel as Ruhma Carter
  • Blue Merrick as Harriet Bentley
  • Buckso Dhillon-Woolley as Serena Chandola
  • Cally Lawrence as Sue Snell
  • Chris Walker as Rob Hollins
  • David Schaal as Colin Turner
  • Dex Lee as Bear Sylvester
  • Dido Miles as Dr Emma Reid
  • Edward Nkom as Eddie Bryant
  • Elisabeth Dermot Walsh as Dr Zara Carmichael
  • Elizabeth Twells as Poppy Dutch
  • Ellie Darvill as Grace Perlman
  • Emma Manton as Debbie Snell
  • Hannah Khalique-Brown as Anita Chandola
  • Jan Pearson as Karen Hollins
  • Jason Thorpe as Matthew Portman
  • John Askew as Max Dutch
  • Matt Barkley as Jake Haggard
  • Matthew Chambers as Dr Daniel Granger
  • Naomi Morris as Rosie Snell
  • Rebecca Finch as Chloe Jardine
  • Ross McLaren as Luca McIntyre
  • Sarah Moyle as Valerie Pitman
  • Silvia Presente as Maisie Wilson
  • Tommy Sim’aan as Jonno Parker
  • William Ilkley as Tel Dutch

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