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All items for November 2014

Holby City “Severed”

BBC 1 20:00hrs Tuesday 18th November.

This was one of my favourite episodes to direct, the action is fluid, the performances strong and my crew were fantastic!

Debbie Chazen and Hari Dhillon prove the series still has legs – the clue is in the title.

"so where does this bit go?"

“so where does this bit go?”

Catherine Russell and Sandra Voe are once again magnificent as we say farewell to a series regular, and we have some wonderful guest performances from Sarah Beck Mather

I don't need this script, I know it honest"

I don’t need this script, I know it honest”

and Hubert Burton.

Did someone call me "Wingnut"?

Did someone call me “Wingnut”?

As always we were supported by a fantastic and  wonderful, creative and supportive crew. and not forgetting our producer, Ailsa Macaulay.

Ailsa on the Holby set poses for a brief second

Ailsa on the Holby set poses for a brief second

"What does this bit do?"

“What does this bit do?”

Hari - as always, surrounded by beautiful women.

Hari – as always, surrounded by beautiful women.

Jez at his favourite mixing desk

Jez at his favourite mixing desk

Julie showing what all nurses do best after a tough shift...

Julie showing what all nurses do best after a tough shift…

Liz Stoll, Queen of Holby casting.

Liz Stoll, Queen of Holby casting.

Dick fiddles with his lights again

Dick fiddles with his lights again

"what?"

“what?”

"Never let the wig do the performance"

“Never let the wig do the performance”

"Billy the Quiz fixed it for me"

“Billy the Quiz fixed it for me”

Bob "where are you in my episode - Barratt"

Bob “where are you in my episode – Barratt”

Holby Remembrance Day Episode

Holby City – Remembrance Day.

HC Remembrance Day

The wonderful Dudley Sutton and my equally wonderful script supervisor Katie Harlow, on the set of tonights episode of Holby City, BBC 1 20:00hrs.

Dudley plays Eric Patterson a retired ex para who has the misfortune of being injured whilst selling poppies at the hospital. His intervention with Adrienne and Serena, wonderfully played by Sandra Voe and Catherine Russell, begins to shine a light on Adrienne’s condition and reveal that despite her Alzheimer’s  she is still there to be found.