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Holby City season 3

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Air weekdate:Tuesday Cast:Jules Robertson, Camilla Arfwedson, Catherine Rusell, Bob Barett, Hugh Quarshie, Joe McFadden, James Anderson, Eleanor Fanyinka, Chizzy Akudolu, Lucinda Dryzek, Rosie Marcel, Guy Henry, John Michie, Kaye Wragg, David Ames, Jemma Redgrave, Alex Walkinshaw, Adrian Lewis Morgan, Amanda Mealin, Anna Mountford, David Paisley, Denis Lawson, George Irving, Jan Pearson, Jeremy Edwards, Jeremy Sheffield, Laura Sadler, Michael French, Patricia Potter, Robert Powell, Sharon Maughan, Siobhan Redmond, Steven Webb, Thusita Jayasundera Genre:Soap Channel:BBC One Status:Continuing

7.5 (2 votes)

Holby City season 3 episodes list:

Episode #1: The Deep End (air date: 2000-10-05)

A serious road accident involving a motorbike cuts short the bus journey to work for Jasmine Hopkins & Julie Fitzjohn. Meanwhile, back at Holby City, new cardio-thoracic surgeon Alex Adams and new junior nurse Sandy Harper are immersed in a struggle to cope with the chaos caused by an infection scare.

Episode #2: Too Much Too Young (air date: 2000-10-12)

Victoria Merrick is thrown into the deep end in pediatrics. Jasmine Hopkins's traumatic past helps her care for a patient who's convinced she has ovarian cancer.

Episode #3: The Real Thing (air date: 2000-10-19)

When a well-known hospital fundraiser, John Wooldridge, demands a risky operation, Mike Barratt has to decide whether to refuse, or bow to management pressure.

Episode #4: First Impressions (air date: 2000-11-09)

The pressure is mounting for Julie as her trial period as ward sister comes to an end. Difficult patients, incompetent staff and domestic problems all contribute to making this a day from hell. Meanwhile, Steve is proved right when an apparently straightforward case turns out to be something far more sinister.

Episode #5: Against All Odds (air date: 2000-11-16)

Sandy makes a play for Adams at the hospital party. Kirstie takes hospital rules into her own hands when she gives an elderly patient an unlicensed drug.

Episode #6: Moving On (air date: 2000-11-23)

Keri befriends a teenage runaway with a guilty secret. Kirstie performs a dangerous emergency rescue. Victoria teaches a difficult patient a lesson.

Episode #7: The Trouble with the Truth (air date: 2000-11-30)

Jasmine's involvement with a patient causes a stir on the ward. Mike has to make a difficult decision. Romance is in the air as Sandy plays Cupid.

Episode #8: A Christmas Carol (1) (air date: 2000-12-14)

Meyer faces his greatest challenge when his surgical career is threatened by illness. Is he capable of operating on eminent surgeon and former teacher Ian Richards? Julie is forced to reassess her priorities when her daughter, Rosie, is taken seriously ill.

Episode #9: A Christmas Carol (2) (air date: 2000-12-21)

With her daughter's life in jeopardy, Julie believes that only Meyer can save her. But is Meyer up to the challenge? Stan and Danny set about putting on a show for the children in Otter ward.

Episode #10: Anyone Who Had a Heart (air date: 2000-12-28)

Tensions run high on Otter Ward when a major road traffic accident brings tragedy to one family as they face up to the death of their son, and joy to another as they are told that their daughter can have a long-awaited heart transplant. Meanwhile, Dr Taylor gets tough with Keri.

Episode #11: Extra Time (air date: 2001-01-16)

Janice Taylor finds herself at the centre of a legal battle when a teenage girl refuses life-saving treatment. Kath attempts to reconcile an estranged couple.

Episode #12: Runaway (air date: 2001-01-23)

Tash faces a professional crisis when a patient fails to come round after an operation. Steve and Jasmine confront danger as they hunt for a missing boy. Dr Taylor clashes with an over-protective mother. Keri has to deal with an unexpected visitor to the ward.

Episode #13: Choices (air date: 2001-01-30)

Mike's day gets off to a bad start when a politician dies during a routine operation - and when a newspaper reporter gets hold of the story, things go from bad to worse. Alex solves a riddle with welcome consequences for a new mother.

Episode #14: Night Shift (air date: 2001-02-06)

Its a tricky night for the otter ward staff when a young nurse takes it apon herself to take part in a round of the ward with possible tragic concequences. Victoria manages the situation and gets her first ""well done "" from her boss Janice Talyor.

Episode #15: Winner Takes All (air date: 2001-02-13)

Janice Taylor becomes emotionally involved with a young patient when he demands more than medical help after his mother dies. Victoria Merrick jumps to conclusions when she treats a young teenage girl with amnesia and bruising.

Episode #16: Silent Witness (air date: 2001-02-20)

An ex-alcoholic is admitted with a bleeding oesophagus: his wife suspects that he's been drinking again, but is it fair to jump to conclusions? Meanwhile, the staff of Darwin Ward celebrate too hard in advance of Liam Evans's wedding, which does not go according to plan.

Episode #17: Tip of the Iceberg (air date: 2001-02-27)

Tash Bandara faces difficult personal and professional decisions when her estranged father pays her a visit and is diagnosed with a serious illness. Meanwhile, Liam Evans helps melt the ice between two dancing partners whose feelings for each other are more than just work-related.

Episode #18: Borrowed Time (air date: 2001-03-06)

Danny Shaughnessy faces a career crisis when he reveals more than he intends to a 15-year-old patient, and Keri McGrath finds herself embroiled in a mother/daughter conflict. Meanwhile, young love on the ward encourages Victoria to reconsider a romantic proposition.

Episode #19: Private Lives, Public Faces (air date: 2001-03-20)

Alex Adams's professionalism is under the spotlight when he becomes irate with a young heart-transplant patient who forces him to confront his past. Dr Anil Bannerjee's competence is questioned when a patient claims to have been awake under general anesthetic during an operation.

Episode #20: Family Ties (air date: 2001-03-27)

When Julie Fitzjohn adopts the role of mediator in an effort to reconcile a dying man with his estranged son, she is soon forced to reflect on her own situation.

Episode #21: Snakes and Ladders (air date: 2001-04-03)

The arrival of a childless couple on Keller Ward forces Kath Shaughnessy to face up to changes in her relationship with her son, Danny.

Episode #22: A Change Is Gonna Come (air date: 2001-04-10)

An allegation of professional misconduct pushes Steve Waring to the brink, and his relationship with Jasmine Hopkins is tested when he calls on her for help.

Episode #23: Going Gently (air date: 2001-04-17)

Anton Meyer's absence leaves laid-back Professor Alan Fletcher in charge.

Episode #24: Release (air date: 2001-04-24)

Victoria Merrick is traumatised by the death of a patient.

Episode #25: I'm Not in Love (air date: 2001-05-01)

Victoria Merrick has a tough time when a teenager steals her wallet, and Janice Taylor gives her a dressing down.

Episode #26: Getting Even (air date: 2001-05-08)

Two cases of severe assault are admitted, to different wards, and Steve Waring makes a connection. Meanwhile, the pediatric ward battling short-staffed with the threat of a meningitis outbreak, Victoria Merrick goes missing, as her non-relationship with Guy Morton reaches crisis point.

Episode #27: The Mourning After (air date: 2001-05-15)

Alex Adams faces Samantha Kennedy's jealousy and the hostility of colleagues in the aftermath of the shocking news. Martin Bradford proposes to Julie Fitzjohn.

Episode #28: New Beginnings (air date: 2001-05-22)

Alex Adams and Guy Morton are forced into uneasy proximity. Jasmine Hopkins has stern words of advice for Julie Fitzjohn when she does not appear to be herself. Miranda Locke is readmitted, with self-harm wounds, and the police take an increasing interest in her. Sandy Harper picks up a mistake by Samantha Kennedy, and suggests the probable cause of a patient's severe symptoms, and eventually gets Julie's commendation. Martin Bradford asks Julie to go to Brighton with him, as he is to get a good new job there, but she is so confused she decides to break things off with him.

Episode #29: Hearts and Flowers (air date: 2001-05-29)

It's the day of Julie Fitzjohn & Martin Bradford's wedding, and there's a series of surprises in store for her, including overhearing only part of a conversation of Sandy Harper's saying why she's glad she's leaving. Miranda Locke admits to the police that she knows more than she has been admitting, and agrees to do an identity parade. Emma Waring is admitted to the hospital after a road accident, and it turns out the underlying cause is more serious, which creates a tug of loyalties for Steve, over his feelings for her and for Jasmine Hopkins; then his son sees him and Jasmine kissing.

Episode #30: The Road Less Travelled (air date: 2001-06-05)

Mike Barratt considers a transfer to a hospital in New Zealand, to get away from the frustrations of the constraints on his work at Holby. New ward sister Chrissie Williams arrives, and gets off on the wrong foot by being rude to Jasmine Hopkins. One of Stan Ashleigh's schemes accidentally causes a widespread power cut in the hospital, interrupting operations, and trapping Anton Meyer in a service lift with James Campbell, who is becoming increasingly distraught over the death of his daughter, for which he holds the hospital staff responsible, despite Meyer's assurances and the conclusions of the in-house investigation. Victoria Merrick's murderer is identified.

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