The BBC have uploaded a short video of Catherine Russell talking about Berena – and it features some behind the scenes clips of Jemma Redgrave:
Please note – next week’s episode airs on Wednesday at 8pm on BBC1 instead of Tuesday:
The BBC have released the synopsis and some promo images for Jemma Redgrave’s second episode of Holby City – Series 20, Episode 25 – “Primum Non Nocere -Part Two.” The episode airs on BBC1 on WEDNESDAY 20 June 2018 at 8pm. The synopsis reads:
The pressure’s on for Gaskell to fix Jac and the whole hospital is watching. With past decisions weighing on his mind and an inquisitive research student shadowing his every move, will Gaskell risk proceeding with Jac’s surgery?
When a medical emergency strikes too close to home, Serena’s priorities are tested and Bernie fears for the future of their relationship. Does she still hold a place in Serena’s life?
Fletch and Abigail are forced to confront their feelings for each other in the most public way possible. Is it time to cut their losses?
Below are the promo images featuring Jemma Redgrave – full size versions are in the gallery:
Last night (August 8) viewers saw the departure of Consultant General Surgeon & Trauma Surgeon, Berenice ‘Bernie’ Wolfe played by Jemma Redgrave.
Jemma was originally suppose to be appearing in Holby City for six months, from early 2016, Jemma has stayed on for an extra year.
Bernie first appeared as a patient on Darwin, before settling professionally on Keller, she later became the co-clinical lead alongside Serena (Catherine Russell) on AAU.
Viewers saw last night that the Trauma Unit on AAU was closed down by new medical director Nina Karnik, Bernie left the wards after a patient forces her to reconsider what she really wants out of life. She left Holby to visit Serena in France before rejoining the army.
It has not yet been confirmed whether or not Jemma will be reprising her role as Bernie.
The spoiler is under the cut…
Bernie tasks Donna with keeping an eye on Morven during her first day back at work. Morven throws herself into the diagnosis and treatment of her patient, but can she accept the life-and-death nature of her job after all she has been through?
This was in today’s daily mirror paper. Thanks Laura on tumblr for sharing it with us!