A few behind the scenes photos from tonight’s “Holby City” episode have been added to the gallery:
Gallery Link: TV Series/Holby City/On Set & Out with the Cast
It's River Song versus UNIT!
In the next box set of UNIT – Incursions, Kate Stewart, Osgood and the team meet River Song… but can she be trusted?
— Big Finish (@bigfinish) December 7, 2018
What a great night at @TheIvyWestSt. On behalf of @ActingforOthers, @theRTF1839 and combined theatrical charities…raising just over £100,000. It included an auction hosted by the wonderful Jim Carter. Thanks to all involved. Photos courtesy of Mark Lomas. pic.twitter.com/OOmKAUt9fl
— Peter Polycarpou (@polywallydoodle) December 6, 2018
The Holby City Instagram Account have posted a few behind the scenes photos from tonight’s episode:
The photos above are in the“Holby City – On Set and Out and About with the Cast” gallery.
A new short film, “Demon”, features Jemma as a Bank Manager. The film is currently in post-production. There are a few photos from filming on their Instagram account. The film is written by George Louis Bartlett and Theo MacDonald – it’s also directed by George Louis Bartlett.
It’s worth keeping an eye on the IMDB page but below is the first photo to show Jemma as a Bank Manager. Guess it makes a change from a doctor…
There are 2 promo images featuring Jemma Redgrave from the Holby City episodes due to air on 4th December 2018 and 11th December 2018. Images are below – together with synopsis for both episodes. Full size images are in the photo gallery:
4th December 2018 – “Love Is”
A much-loved face from the past forces a guilty Serena (Catherine Russell) to think about her future. Will she be able to keep her terrible secret?
Dom (David Ames) and Lofty (Lee Mead) find themselves at a crossroads when a game highlights the cracks in their relationship.
When Frieda (Olga Fedori) and a difficult patient reach a place of understanding, Frieda finds herself taking in an unlikely companion.
11th December 2018 – The Right Sort of Animal
Love is in the air at Holby, but can Serena (Catherine Russell) and Bernie (Jemma Redgrave) overcome their issues? Meanwhile, when Jason (Jules Robertson) and Greta’s (Zoe Croft) plans are thrown into chaos, Jason enlists Xavier’s (Marcus Griffiths) help.
A despondent Dom (David Ames) realises he must fight for his relationship, but will a grand gesture be enough to win Lofty (Lee Mead) back?
When Mo (Chizzy Akudolu) pushes Nicky (Belinda Owusu) to reach her full potential, Nicky feels the pressure and questions if she’s up to the challenge.
Gallery links for full size images:
“UNIT Revisitations” is available now – priced £23 for CD and £20 for download. You can order the boxset here: “UNIT Revisitations”
Big Finish have also released a rather good trailer together with a synopsis of the stories:
Over the years, UNIT has faced hundreds of extra-terrestrial threats. The Black Archive holds relics of many such encounters, and UNIT’s files are filled with reports of strange and dangerous aliens. And sometimes, they come back.
7.1 and 7.2 Hosts of the Wirrn by Chris Chapman
After the world’s strangest interview, UNIT’s latest recruit, Shana Siddiqui, hits the ground running to help Osgood with her latest assignment. The Master left UNIT a parting gift – something alien and deadly. The Wirrn have come to Earth, and now they are free…
7.3 Breach of Trust by David K Barnes
An alien vessel arrives on Earth, its occupants seeking refuge, and Osgood takes them in. But there is reason to mistrust this cry for help. The files show that UNIT has faced the Kalvyri before. What else they reveal will set Kate at odds with her most trusted friends.
7.4 Open the Box by Roy Gill
In the years since the Stangmoor Prison incident, Captain Chin Lee found a new calling. She now heads up an international organisation, dedicated to meditation and ‘mental fortitude’ training.
But there is a menace deep inside the Pandora Institute. And Kate, Osgood and Josh must face their darkest fears…
Not sure if it’s just the one episode – or if it’s more. But this is from the BBC Media Centre: