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Past Series
Delve into the history of Holby

Series 1 (1986)
15 Episodes, 6/9/86 - 27/12/86   watch the opening titles

Major Incidents
A toxic gas outbreak; Duffy's raped; Baz and Charlie begin their affair; Megan's diagnosed with cancer; Duffy's arrested; the night shift closes.

Series Overview
Series One
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  • Roz and Ewart split up.
  • Baz sleeps with an old friend.
  • Duffy punches the owner of a cinema.     She's arrested along with Megan, Susie     and Kuba but they're later discharged.
  • Baz takes speed to keep herself awake.
  • Megan discovers she has cervical cancer     and is admitted. She has a     hysterectomy.
  • Duffy gets a split lip after a fight in reception.
  • Ewart has a date with the cleaning firm boss and it's a disaster.
  • Ponting sleeps with Sandra.
  • Duffy's raped by a man she tries to help on the way to work.
  • Baz gets pregnant by Charlie and aborts the baby without informing     him.
  • The axe falls on the department and Duffy and Suzie protest.

  • The Patients
    An athlete with a boil on his bottom; an alcoholic tramp infested with fleas; a restauranteur with a missing finger in the strawberry sundae; two Madonna wannabees with a dodgy DIY piercing and a woman dressed as Spiderwoman.

    Guest Stars
    Alfred Molina (Spider-Man 2) plays a drunk reporter.
    Stella Gonet (The House of Eliott) plays Dr Clare Wainwright.

    Characters Joining
    Ep 1: Ewart Plimmer (Consultant), Baz Samuels (Senior House Officer), Charlie Fairhead (Charge Nurse), Megan Roach (State Enrolled Nurse), Clive King (Staff Nurse), Lisa 'Duffy' Duffin (Staff Nurse), Sandra Mute (Paramedic), Andrew Ponting (Paramedic), Susie Mercier (Receptionist) and Kuba Trzcinski (Porter).

    Characters Leaving
    Ep 15: Baz Samuels and Clive King.

    Casualty - Charlie

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