Wednesday 24 Sep 2014
Tired of being Jac's underdog, Oliver accepts a lucrative job offer, as the medical drama continues. When a couple with learning difficulties enter the ward, Jac decides to let Oliver lead the case and he's soon drawn into their lives. Oliver's commitment is put to the test, but will it be enough to save the couple's future?
Eddi struggles to maintain a professional distance as news arrives on whether snowboarder Josh will walk again. With Josh close to the edge, Eddi has to rethink her approach to nursing.
Hanssen's dream of FT status (Foundation Trust) and Michael's future come under threat when the patients being treated for faulty breast implants give them more than they bargained for.
Jac Naylor is played by Rosie Marcel, Oliver Valentine by James Anderson, Eddi McKee by Sarah Jane Potts, Henrik Hanssen by Guy Henry and Michael Spence by Hari Dhillon.
Eve and the team are called to a women's prison to carry out tests on the body of an inmate – Beth Fox – as the new forensic crime drama starring Tara Fitzgerald and Keith Allen continues. The body has been found badly bruised, injuries which would indicate that she has been beaten to death. However, Eve suspects something even more sinister has happened here.
Following the discovery of the body a serious riot has broken out which makes it difficult for the team as they try to gather evidence. Panic in the prison continues to spread and Eve is under great pressure to discover what happened to Beth before the press get involved.
As they investigate further, Oggy becomes obsessed with one inmate in particular and Hale realises that an escaped prisoner could be a serious danger to the public. The team are frustrated as each one of their theories is proved wrong until, finally, Eve makes a truly shocking scientific discovery which throws the Home Office into a panic and catapults the team into a frantic race against time.
Tara Fitzgerald plays Dr Eve Lockhart; Keith Allen plays DI Hale; Mark Bazeley plays Mike; Wunmi Mosaku plays Rosa; and Finlay Robertson plays Oggy.
Guest stars include Sarah Patel as Beth; Vicky McClure as Tess; Nicholas Blane as Neil Olsen; Navin Chowdhry as Parvez Khan; and Annabelle Apsion as Jo Fields.
The Body Farm is also being simulcast on the BBC One HD channel available through Freesat channel 108, Freeview channel 50, Sky channel 143 and Virgin Media channel 108.
Doctor Who spin-off The Sarah Jane Adventures is back with the second part of the action-packed Sky story, starring the late Elisabeth Sladen.
Today, Sky has undergone an amazing transformation, but in doing so has triggered a countdown that no one can stop.
As Sarah Jane and Sky find themselves trapped between the alien war fought by Metalkind and Fleshkind, Clyde and Rani face a race against time to stop the biggest bang in history...
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