Having returned as consultant manager Harry is told he has six months to turn the emergency department around within six months as the BBC One hospital drama continues.
His first job, given by new boss, Marilyn Fox, is to fire Nathan Spencer. Although he sympathises with Nathan’s recent loss and questions the timing Harry is committed to following his superior’s orders but his efforts to sack Nathan are thwarted by one emergency case after another.
Earlier that day, two groups of soldiers are on a live firing exercise, led by their new Corporal, Neil Hobbs. Two men are shot � one in the chest and the other in the leg. Corporal Hobbs attempts to establish whether this was an accident � a negligent discharge � or something more sinister. At first, he fears the shot came from within his team, but soon realises it came from a different direction.
Elsewhere, in a recording studio, some musicians are laying down tracks when the female singer, Bunmi, collapses into the drum kit. Ruth seriously misdiagnoses Bunmi with potentially fatal repercussions and makes an enemy in the department when she blames Nadia for her own mistake.
Harry is played by Simon MacCorkindale, Marilyn Fox by Caroline Langrishe, Nathan by Ben Price, Neil Hobbs by Jack Deam, Ruth by Georgia Taylor and Nadia by Daphne Alexander.
Saturday 6 October 9.05-9.55pm BBC ONE