Rebecca Ryan has appeared in Shameless, Holby City, Emmerdale, and Waterloo Road. She made a dramatic trip to the Campus Surgery this week, playing a young woman whose pro-life upbringing brings her into conflict with her sister. Watch the episode on BBC iPlayer.
Katy Carmichael, who’s had roles in Coronation Street, Waterloo Road, and Spaced, joins Doctors for an episode as a woman looking after her dying husband with a big secret. The episode airs on 2nd March on BBC One and is available for a month afterwards on BBC iPlayer.
A comedian and actor best known for his roles on ‘Allo ‘Allo! and Coronation Street, Ken Morley plays the lucky employee who must guide Karen (Jan Pearson) through her birthday treat as a Zoo Keeper! Join them on 6th March on BBC One and then on iPlayer for a month afterwards.
Jack Carroll comes to Doctors playing a boy who is convinced he’s being followed by a wolf, which Heston (Owen Brenman) bravely volunteers to investigate… See what he finds on 9th March on BBC One and then on BBC iPlayer for the following month!
Accomplished stage and screen actor David Bamber, renowned for his portrayal of politician Marcus Cicero in Rome, who has had roles in Doc Martin, The King’s Speech, and the most recent Doctor Who series, comes to Doctors playing a university professor that Zara (Elisabeth Dermot Walsh) tries to help after he collapses during a lecture. Episode airs on 10th March and is available on the iPlayer for a month afterwards.
Sandra Dickenson & Gwyneth Powell
Sandra Dickenson, the bubbly actress best known as Trillian in Douglas Adam’s The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy TV show, and Gwyneth Powell, the strong willed headmistress Mrs McClusky from Grange Hill, play sisters who Al (Ian Midlane) tries to help work out their differences. See them in action on 11th March on BBC 1 and then for the next month on the iPlayer.