Series 3

19 :03x01 - Episode 301

Kate puts the nurses in quarantine after a suspected anthrax outbreak - but all is not as it seems. Beth thinks Justyn tricked her into sleeping with him and plots revenge. Anji attends her school reunion, and meets the teacher she used to have a crush on, while new couple Jamie and Lia are appalled by their own soppiness.
Guest Stars: Tom Ellis as Justyn | Crispin Bonham-Carter as Mr Davies | Muzz Khan as Shaheed Sandhu | Karen Spicer as Tutor | Lynn Ferguson (1) as Stella
Director: Alice Troughton
Writer: Jack Lothian

20 :03x02 - Episode 302

Beth begins to feel lonely without her best friend Anji and leaves St Margaret's for a new job at a private hospital, where she soon becomes the centre of attention. Kate's eagerness gets the better of her on the nurse practitioners' course, and Dr Callum grows jealous of Justyn's popularity with the patients. Lia launches a personal crusade after her car is clamped, with unexpected results.
Director: Roger Goldby

21 :03x03 - Episode 303

A job offer from overseas puts Jamie and Lia's relationship to the test, while Kate tries to defend an increasingly unstable Dr McManus from a new registrar and army doctor. Callum, Beth and Justyn agree to undertake a clinical trial for a mystery drug - but only two of them experience adverse effects.
Guest Stars: Mark Oliver (2) as Dog Man | Johnathan Brenner as Mr Stephens | Denise Black as Valerie Oakley | Cat Simmons as Temp HCA | Matt Bardock as Peter
Director: Roger Goldby

22 :03x04 - Episode 304

Upset at being teased by the other girls because she still hasn't had sex with Peter, Kate resolves to find out how he really feels about her. Meanwhile Lia reacts with contempt to the Trust's attempts to protect the staff against violent patients.
Guest Stars: Matt Bardock as Peter | Tom Ellis as | Mina Anwar as Jeena | Sarah Louise Young as Steph | Lee Williams as Patrick | Benedict Sandiford as Ian
Director: Roger Goldby

23 :03x05 - Episode 305

A pregnant Anji returns home from her travels, and goes to devious lengths to ensure she won't have to raise the child alone - finding unexpected help from Callum. Beth takes an unusual form of revenge on the girlfriend of a good-looking patient, and Kate is left feeling guilty when she stands up to Peter.
Guest Stars: Mina Anwar as Jeena | Gerry Hinks as Mr Hope | Tom McNaulty as Reese | Mark Hallett as Reese's Dad | Karen Henthorn as Craft Leader
Director: Alice Troughton
Writer: Fintan Ryan

24 :03x06 - Episode 306

Kate is puzzled when Peter makes an offhand comment that may have been his version of a marriage proposal, but she is left unsure over his intent. Beth is cajoled into going camping with one of the hospital plumbers and gets more than out of the trip than she expected.
Guest Stars: David Bark-Jones as Dr David Morgan | Lynn Ferguson (1) as Stella | Matt Bardock as Peter | Rick Warden as | Alan Rothwell as Mr Hawley | Montserrat Lombard as Natalia | Sarah Kirkman as Occupational Health Nurse | Penny Layden as Judith
Director: Alice Troughton
Writer: Jack Lothian

25 :03x07 - Episode 307

Kate becomes excited about the prospect of getting married and talks constantly about dresses and flowers - much to the bemusement of fiance Peter. Lia dates a younger man, and gives a lecture on sex education at her daughter's school. Beth decides to give hospital plumber Rob a second chance, and Anji faces a dilemma when choosing her birthing partner.
Guest Stars: Carissa Wistow as Courtney | Karen Blick as Teacher | Liam Browne (1) as Jake | Matt Bardock as Peter | Rick Warden as Bob | Ruby Turner as Midwife | Susan McArdle as Shop Assistant | Tony Skipp as Mr Evans

26 :03x08 - Series 3, Episode 8

Kate prepares for her wedding to Peter by taking him to visit her dream home, but is upset by his lack of interest, and matters only get worse when she discovers he has applied for a job abroad without telling her. Proud mum Anji tries to make up with Callum, Beth and Rob's relationship goes from strength to strength, and Emma convinces Lia to take a trip to Australia.
Guest Stars: Denise Black as Valerie Oakley | Gertrude Thoma as Mathilde | Joanna Swain as Matron | Malcolm Scates as Bruce Oakley | Matt Bardock as Peter | Moya Brady as Registrar | Paul Copley as Harry | Rick Warden as Bob | Stephan Grothgar as Reinhardt | Toby Whithouse as Waiter
Director: Harry Bradbeer
Writer: Sarah Phelps
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Drama
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: Channel 4 ( United Kingdom)
Airs: Tuesdays at 10:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: March, 2004
Ended: April, 2006
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