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28 August 2012

Tonights TV Highlights: BBC One

8.00-9.00pm: Holby City (Ep 46/52)



Michael is at his wits end with the now-permanent 'no referrals' policy. Ordered by Hanssen to send a guest patient to another hospital (rather than transfer them to Keller) he makes it his personal responsibility to ensure that they get there. But when there are no ambulances available he takes drastic action - with devastating consequences.

Serena unimpressed when she discovers that a recovering alcoholic is the primary candidate for a liver transplant. But when it then appears that they are no longer suitable to receive the organ, she clashes with Ric and fights for her patient to be given a second chance.

Mo is disappointed when Jonny reveals he cannot go to her family party because of his auntie’s birthday. Feeling bad, Jonny decides to try and set Mo up with Mr Thompson (her obstetrician). Mo is furious when she finds out what he’s been up to, especially when she realises he lied about his auntie’s birthday as he’s actually going on a weekend away with Jac.

Michael is played by Hari Dhillon, Hanssen is played by Guy Henry, Serena is played by Catherine Russell, Mo is played by Chizzy Akudolu, Jonny is played by Michael Thomson and Jac is played by Rosie Marcel.
9.00-10.00pm: Accused (Ep 3/4)



17-year-old teenager Stephen Cartwright (Robert Sheehan) stands charged with a serious offence, as his anxious father Peter (John Bishop) looks on.

It is months earlier and Peter is trying his best to help his sons Stephen and Dom (Josh Bolt) face the imminent death of their beloved mother. When the palliative care nurse Charlotte (Sheridan Smith) arrives Peter is grateful of her help at this most painful and stressful time.

Stephen is less sure of this efficient nurse assigned to see his mother through her final days. When his mum passes on, Stephen becomes more suspicious of Charlotte’s motivations. But is Stephen’s angst and grief clouding his judgment? And why is Alastair Campbell (Alistair Campbell) talking to him?

Time passes, but Stephen’s anxieties and depression intensify. His troubling doubts about Charlotte are not helped by the way his father appears to move on after his wife’s demise. Increasingly paranoid, Stephen is worried about the welfare of his younger brother Dom and clashes with his father Peter.

Robert Sheehan plays Stephen, John Bishop plays Peter, Sheridan Smith plays Charlotte, Josh Bolt plays Dom.

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