- Heart of Hope Duration: 00:47 Series 16, Heart of Hope
- Fait Accompli Duration: 00:48 Series 16, Fait Accompli
- Sink Or Swim Duration: 00:45 Series 16, Sink or Swim
- Merry-Go-Round Duration: 00:48 Series 16, Merry-Go-Round
- Arthur's Theme Duration: 00:51 Series 16, Arthur's Theme
- Last Dance Duration: 00:55 Series 16, Last Dance
John Michie Q & A
See Hear presenter's Holby acting debut
See Hear's Memnos Costi is embarking on an exciting new career path as an actor - on none other than Holby City, alongside his very talented daughter Kachina!
See Hear's cameras were on set to see Memnos play the part of a deaf patient about to undergo a complex heart operation, with his daughter acting the role of impromptu interpreter.
Holby cast update
Joe McFadden and Petra Letang will be joining Holby City as cast regulars. David Ames will also be returning to the wards of the busy hospital as Dominic
Joe will play the character of Raffaello (Raf) di Lucca - a brilliant, highly driven registrar who specialises in cutting edge resuscitation techniques that bring patients back from the brink of death. Prior to joining Holby Cit,y Joe starred in Heartbeat, Cranford and The Crow Road.
Joe said: “I'm absolutely thrilled to be joining the cast of such a successful show and becoming part of the staff at Holby City. I’m looking forward to scrubbing in and showing off Raf’s innovative lifesaving skills!”
Petra, who is well known for her roles in The Bill, Babyfather and of course EastEnders, will play Adele Effanga, Holby City’s first regular Healthcare Assistant, who previously worked as a holiday rep and is the mischievous little sister of Mo. Petra said: “Holby here I come! I can't wait! I'm really excited about causing a bit mischief and bringing some fun to the wards. I'll be playing Mo Effanga's sister so viewers can expect to see some sisterly love and maybe some sibling rivalry!”
Last but by no means least, David Ames returns to play ‘Dominic’. Viewers last saw Dominic leave Holby City in shame after jeopardising the career of colleague and mentor Antoine Malick. The pair had a one night stand but Malick later rejected Dominic, causing him to lie under oath in order to extract revenge. His reappearance will raise a few eyebrows and he’ll have to work hard to regain his standing with his colleagues - only time will tell as to whether he can indeed be trusted.
Joe, Petra and Dominic will be joining some other new faces in the Holby City cast. Also recently joining the team are John Michie (Coronation Street, Taggart) and Louise Delamere (No Angels, Torchwood, Waterloo Road) who will play consultant neurosurgeon Guy Self and Holby’s new Director of Nursing, Colette Sheward.
“We have some great storylines coming up and the arrival of Raf, Adele and Dominic will definitely shake things up at Holby City,” said Holby City’s executive producer, Oliver Kent. “These characters will be played by very talented actors and I know Holby fans - old and new - will warm to them instantly.”
A conversation with Aden Gillett
Aden Gillett plays new boy Edward Campbell, and so we got the exclusive scoop on him joining the show.
John Michie joins the Holby City cast
From the cobbles of Coronation Street, to the wards of Holby City Hospital, John Michie makes an exciting addition to our cast!
Oliver Valentine bids fond farewell to Holby City
Oliver Valentine, the sometimes careless, but always cocksure, junior doctor of Holby City, has taken his leave!
Tina Hobley is to leave Holby City
Tina Hobley, otherwise known as the glamorous Chrissie Williams, will be leaving the show later this year...
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