Emma suspects that the wife of a murdered man is hiding something; Howard is closing in on Franc.
Caroline treats a young boy who has a phobia about school; the courtroom drama winds down.
Daniel helps a dying friend realize there are some things from which one cannot run away; Linda goes to the Mill to confront Charlie.
A reckless mistake is made.
Kevin spends the day shadowing Stuart and when dealing with the death of a patient, he discovers more about Stuart's secret; Ayesha and Howard reach an understanding about tolerance.
Marc's misdiagnosis of a patient has unpleasant consequences; Jude comes to a decision over Faith's recent behavior; Ollie persuades some of the Riverside staff to place bets on a hot racing tip.
A routine call for Mac turns into a life and death situation.
Kate and Mac plan to have a family; high expectations cause problems.
Mrs. Tembe discovers what it's really like to be a nurse on house calls; Kevin and Heston make a shocking discovery.
Ruth runs into an old friend of Davey's and is surprisingly at ease with him; Elaine gets lost in St. Phil's and is rescued by a handsome stranger; Jack takes up running and is ridiculed by an ultra-fit foe as a result.
Mac tries to persuade a teenage girl to undergo a critical operation; Jo feels the impact of her grandmother's recent death.
A woman is diagnosed with endometriosis, possibly meaning she and her partner may never have children.
Caroline faces the consequences of spending the night with a stranger.
Mrs. Tembe helps a bride stand up to her domineering sister; Zara is definitely not happy when Daniel challenges Michael's research and she is forced to confront her treatment of Sid.
Jimmi struggles to control his anger when a police officer is injured in the line of duty; Zara's bullying of Sid escalates to a level which shocks them both; Emma has serious doubts about Howard's commitment.
Ayesha is forced to be the peacekeeper when an exasperated single mother clashes with her grumpy neighbor; peace is in short supply when Emma and Howard disagree on the details of their dating project.
Sid proves he's got what it takes when he gets caught up in one man's crusade to save a tree; back at The Mill, Zara seems determined to cut short his career.
An old family friend turns to Niamh with a delicate problem; Karen's fear that she is cursed leads her to a psychic, but Ayesha smells a rat.
Howard has a suggestion for Emma; Mrs. Tembe is given pause for thought by Ayesha; Al has to put himself in an unusual situation to resolve a patient's problems.
Ayesha wakes up with Sid, but during the day she finds his attention too much; Howard feels inspired after meeting an old friend.
Howard is surprised when a face from his past appears at the police station.
When a student is found dead, it seems an open and shut case but Jimmi is not so sure; Zara has a confrontation with Sid but this time, he fights back.
Maria has a fiance, a little girl and a good job, but her world is turned upside down when past deeds come back to haunt her.
Karen meets her new neighbors who are very friendly, maybe too friendly; Zara has some surprising news for Howard and Emma; Niamh and Ayesha enjoy a games evening with Sid.
Daniel sees a young couple who wants botox, but really needs to trust each other; Mrs. Tembe is on a winning streak with Al and Jimmi.
At the police station, a troubled Jimmi treats an autistic boy with a `Doctor Who' obsession; Jimmi is forced to put his own issues aside when he discovers the boy is in danger.
When a young boy comes into Campus struggling to breathe, Daniel struggles with a diagnosis; Mrs. Tembe plays her cards close to her chest; things come to a head between Zara and Sid.
Al sees an old friend who is accused of sexual harassment by one of his pupils and despite the girl's distress, Al refuses to believe he's capable of such a thing; a hot and bothered Emma goes to see Daniel; Sid is in trouble with Zara.
Rob is left horrified when he investigates a case involving a missing burglar and a strange residence known as `The Birdhouse'; Daniel loses his temper with Zara; Ayesha goes on her first date with Sid.
Sid comes across a young woman who thinks she has just missed out on meeting her soulmate; for Howard, it's more a case of stalemate as he struggles to get the answers he needs.
Heston explores uncomfortable territory; Daniel's rage gets the better of him; Ayesha gets a taste of her own medicine.
Heston sticks his foot in it.
It's moving day for Karen and Rob; Jimmi and Daniel clash over a troublesome patient.
Karen finds herself at the center of an unusual sibling feud; Zara backs Daniel into a corner; Mrs. Tembe experiments with pain relief.
Sid enjoys a small heroic moment; Zara is forced to see that her marriage is in crisis; Mrs. Tembe finds herself in an embarrassing position.
Despite no longer being a couple, Niamh and Al attend a wedding together, but they're not the only ones finding the whole set-up a bit uncomfortable.
It's the morning after the night before and Zara returns home to face the music; Mrs. Tembe's plan for a fire drill goes awry, so Sid must find the courage to take the helm.
Rob is on the trail of a door-to-door thief and confidence trickster; Ayesha is acting mysterious about her plans for a girl's night in; tensions run high in the Granger-Carmichael household.
Distracted by his personal life, Daniel agrees to help an estranged father who has heard his son has cancer; his decision to help may cause more harm than good.
Rob takes time off to go fishing and meets a seemingly friendly fellow angler, but the stranger's troubled past has come back to haunt him.
Niamh gets dragged into a race with a difference as an aging Mod and Rocker finally settle an old score; Daniel and Zara clash when he meets Michael for the first time; Jimmi takes the opportunity to stir up trouble.
Mrs. Tembe's compassion is tested when she tries to help the church refreshments committee's newest member, who keeps upsetting everyone with her tactless outbursts.
Al gets entangled in a young woman's plans for revenge when he stops at the corner shop on his way home; Emma plans a sophisticated evening in with the girls; Michael takes Zara by surprise when he turns up at her house.
When a young man arrives at the police station begging to be locked up, Emma debates whether to take him seriously or send him on his way; Howard tries to talk to Jimmi; Zara strays into dangerous territory with Michael.
Sid's doctoring skills are put to the test when he visits a terminally ill patient at home; Joe's test results are in; Jimmi comes back to The Mill.
Ayesha takes center stage when she's asked to present the Letherbridge Young Carer of the Year award; Jimmi is absent without leave; Zara takes Joe for his developmental assessment with Michael.
Jimmi is forced to face up to the terrible consequences of his actions.
Alun Clay is beset by poor health, bad debts and painful memories and starts to fear that he's being haunted; Bryn is searching frantically for Jimmi, but he's disappeared.
Karen gets caught in a sticky situation when she visits a neighbor; Zara is surprised to bump into Michael; Al comes home, leaving Jimmi with a friend in Wales.
Al manages to track down Jimmi and confronts him; Sid has an easier day of it; Ayesha deals with a single mother struggling with a new baby and uncovers a dark secret.
Al tries to track down Jimmi; Zara visits a pediatrician with Joe; Heston can't escape from a house call.
Everything comes to a head for Jimmi and Heather; Karen takes Rob to a house auction.
Zara gets frustrated by Sid, but then uses him as a sounding board; Karen worries about buying houses; Mrs. Tembe attends a therapy group for torture victims.
Zara goes to Al for his opinion on her son; Jimmi worries about Heather; Niamh has to deal with a businesswoman who isn't looking after herself.
Sid is keen to make a good impression but when he gets involved with an ex-patient's complaint, he finds himself in the doghouse; a new wardrobe unleashes the monster in Niamh; Zara's mentoring gets off to a bad start.
Emma treats a woman with memory loss who thinks she might have harmed her baby; Jimmi and a pregnant Heather contemplate their future together; a new doctor at The Mill meets with mixed feelings.
A forgotten statue leads to a strange day at Campus; after a series of disasters, Al convinces Karen that mystical forces are at work; Jimmi and Heather are battling with their guilt; Zara is in no mood to take prisoners and wants answers.
Howard finds himself trapped in a strange story involving a broken chair, missing porridge and a golden-haired stranger in his bed; there is no fairytale ending for Heston; tragedy strikes when Heather ignores Ayesha's advice.
Al struggles to engage with his `godson', who blames him for the breakup of his parents' marriage; Zara has some accusations of her own to make; Karen discovers today is no ordinary day for The Mill.
Niamh faces a tough decision when an old friend with a young secret calls on her; Rob and Karen are thwarted by their own game plan when looking for a new house; Emma is left speechless when Ayesha starts making demands.
Jimmi has to deal with Heather's past; Daniel and Zara continue to be at odds; Mrs. Tembe has to deal with a girl who believes she is an angel who has lost her wings.
Barry helps Rob to close in on the Letherbridge burglar; Al plans to be tactful but drinks himself honest; Heather's latest decision receives criticism.
Ayesha gets mixed up in revenge; Zara fights to hide the chink in her armor; Emma sees through Ayesha's bravado.
Ryan fights to prove his innocence when he is arrested for a heinous crime; Jimmi risks his relationship by revealing an uncomfortable truth; Howard sees Ayesha in a new light.
Al patches things up for a family made up of a troubled teenager, a child with Asperger's syndrome and a single mom; Heather is shocked when Jimmi explodes at her and tells her to keep her nose out of his family business.
Heston is caught up in a drama between a loving father and cocky stepson; Barry's successor causes chaos in the Campus; Al questions Jimmi's newfound positivity.
Jimmi worries about recent developments; Zara struggles at home with Joe; Mrs. Tembe feels guilty after her advice to Barry doesn't work out as planned.
Barry has to deal with a difficult work experience trainee while waiting to see if he gets a promotion; Jimmi and Heather have to be honest about their situation; Zara appeals to Ayesha for advice.
Karen tries to help a grieving friend and her family move on with their lives; Jimmi and Heather have a difficult discussion; Barry is confident as he goes for an interview.
Ayesha has to help her friend with a difficult life choice; Zara struggles with the stress of her work and personal life; Jimmi puts off having a difficult conversation with Heather.
Emma helps out when a woman with an intense fear of childbirth goes into labor in a restaurant; Barry's colleagues try to convince him to apply for a promotion; Heather wonders what to do about her tricky situation.
Heston tries to get to the bottom of a patient's heart trouble to find if it's stress related or something more sinister; Zara struggles with childcare; Al is up to something fishy; Jimmi has prepared a wonderful surprise for Heather.
When a brand new vehicle is taken from a car showroom, Rob finds himself on the trail of a daring and elusive thief; Jimmi and Heather go bowling; Mrs. Tembe puts Barry through his paces; Niamh has a confession to make to Emma.
Al tries to limit the damage when a visiting academic is diagnosed with suspected diphtheria; Heather finds it hard to choose between a girl's night in with Niamh and Emma and a trip to the movies with Jimmi.
After Niamh is present as a patient falls from a great height and dies, Rob has to dig deep to uncover the truth about what happened.
Ayesha's morals are tested when an old friend comes back into her life asking for help; Barry tries to be a hero and save The Mill; Heather fills Jimmi in on what she learned at the dinner party.
Heston finds himself caught up in a love triangle when both the long-suffering wife and the mistress of a prospective MP seek his help.
Despite being warned off, Karen gets involved in one of Rob's cases; Jimmi has a question to ask Heather, but doesn't know if she will she approve.
Al has to deal with a patient who treats him as her general problem solver, while he quizzes Jimmi about his relationship with Heather; Ayesha struggles with life without Sierra.
Zara has to deal with a patient who continues to pass out with no obvious cause; Jimmi goes for lunch with Heather; Ayesha comes to terms with her loss.
Heston helps a young boy with an overactive imagination come to terms with his parents' divorce; Karen gets annoyed when an embarrassing photo of her gets sent to everyone at work.
Emma tries to help a patient deal with a complicated love life; Karen gets more than she bargained for at the zoo; Jimmi, Al and Ayesha hit the town.
Mrs. Tembe comes between an absent-minded professor and her cleaner; Jimmi continues his quest to find his guardian angel; Zara confronts a rogue pharmacist.
Rob struggles to cope when the station is understaffed due to a virus; things get even more complicated when some vital evidence goes missing.
Ayesha meets a charmer with a questionable tattoo and plans an afternoon of fun; Jimmi can't stop thinking about his mystery woman; Zara challenges Niamh when she finds out a pharmacist has been altering prescriptions.
Niamh helps a dying man come to terms with a terrible secret; Jimmi has a near-death experience and tries to find the woman who saved him; Karen is hoping for a special birthday present from Rob.
A troubled patient confides in Jimmi about a dangerous premonition; Ayesha is forced to admit a difficult truth; Daniel receives a once-in-a-lifetime offer.
Zara advises an unconventional couple on its options for parenthood; Jimmi takes Al out to drown his sorrows and Emma does the same with Niamh.
Emma has to deal with a surprise visitor from Franc's past; Al wonders if he can rekindle his relationship with Niamh; Daniel considers his career options.
Karen is faced with a dilemma when a young girl lies to her; Jimmi breaches patient confidentiality; it's up to Heston to save the day when he goes to the planning meeting.
Mrs. Tembe helps two old friends recognize that they need each other; Al overhears Franc and Gary and realizes they have the information they needed.
Andy is a risk-taker, but Niamh is on to him and engineers his downfall; Howard is in his element as the tents are put into use following the fire, but the rest of the Practice is less enamored.
Heston realizes there is more than meets the eye when he visits a patient at a care home; Howard has to deal with the repercussions of the damage to The Mill.
Ayesha seeks solace in her anger against her aunt; Franc wonders how he can deliver his promise to Gary Lucas.
Ayesha has to deal with problems at Sierra's nursery; Franc's grand plan accelerates.
Gary Lucas puts a scheme forward to Daniel; Valerie gets an offer that she doesn't think she can refuse.
Emma helps a teenage girl when her foster parents, expecting a new baby, seem to no longer want her; it's a big day for Heston and Valerie as they nervously await the results of the council elections.
When the son of a colleague falls seriously ill, his mother enlists Rob's help to track down her husband; they may not be prepared for the truth when they find him.
Zara helps a woman who fears that she's become invisible; it's the eve of the elections and Heston decides his campaign needs a final push; Al becomes convinced that Niamh has a new man in her life.
Franc clashes with a hard-bitten criminal who's convinced that he can communicate with the dead; Daniel mislays Joe's favorite toy; Al appears to have had a personality transplant.
A mystery man comes to the offices looking for Karen; Howard tries to enlist Al's help to catch Franc; Valerie and Howard have their three minutes of fame.
Niamh tries to help a boy caught between warring parents; Howard becomes convinced that Gary Lucas is plotting to bring down the Mill.
Daniel tries to help a young mother battling against poor housing conditions; Heston speaks out against a housing development which threatens the future of Letherbridge Common.
When a young boy is brought into the police station after being found wandering alone, he will not talk; Jimmi has to try to convince him to open up, but his attempts are not helped by an inexperienced policeman.
Karen and Rob go to extreme lengths to get rid of some nightmare guests; Mrs. Tembe determines to reignite Heston's passion for politics; Barry and Ashley vie for Valerie's approval.
Zara deals with a traumatized teen who cannot accept that her mother has died; Howard has to deal with the mounting crisis at The Mill; Valerie channels her inner Maggie Thatcher.
Valerie has to step in when two elderly friends go to war over a winning lotto ticket; The Mill is thrown into chaos when it is shut down due to a suspected case of Weil's disease.
An unstable man is haunted by the corpse of his dead mother, but Niamh is there to save the day; Daniel gets a surprise visitor from his past, bringing an unwanted and unnerving outcome; Heston gains a rival.
Howard is caught up in a rift between friends after a stag night goes wrong; Ayesha's long lost aunt comes back into the picture; Al isn't coping well after his split with Niamh.
Niamh and Ayesha brave an unseen terror to help an expectant mother in an isolated caravan; Valerie takes to the streets to campaign for Heston.
Greg thinks he's going mad when he starts hearing voices; Daniel comes to the rescue and saves the day for Howard; Valerie helps Heston plan his election campaign; Al tries to prove his love for Niamh.
Rob and Karen attend a market research chocolate-tasting course in disguise; Niamh has to endure the stress of a training day with the other doctors.
Rob helps two young people come to terms with the death of their parents; Howard embarks on a PR campaign to restore confidence in The Mill.
Valerie stands up to discrimination to help a young foster child with health problems get adopted; Niamh worries about what decision the partners will make regarding her future.
Heston becomes concerned for the safety of a young patient when he discovers a shocking event in his father's past; as Howard deals with accusations against the practice, Niamh comes to him with a confession.
Rob helps a mother and son move on from a dangerous situation; Heston and Valerie go canvassing and find it is not as easy as they thought.
Mrs. Tembe will not be dissuaded from trying to get people to face up to what is happening at the Church of Purity; Ayesha has a miserable day off with Sierra, made worse by meeting up with Zara and Joe.
Mrs. Tembe becomes concerned about the health of two young girls who belong to the Church of Purity; Jimmi suggests that Heston take a look at his manifesto, which he feels will put some voters off.
It is not an easy day for Zara when she goes to an art gallery to pick up a picture; first the owner, Ursula, collapses, and then Zara discovers Ursula's partner collapsed in his wet suit.
Valerie intervenes between her friend Michael and his long-lost mother in the hope of reuniting them, but Michael is somewhat resistant.
DC Indhu Chaudry allows her own prejudices to cloud her judgement; Emma and Franc have a lovely evening out; Ayesha has a horrid evening in.
Charlie wants a DNA test, as he feels that he has nothing in common with his father.
Local councillor Alan Hargreaves, under fire from an expense scandal, tries to juggle fighting a building development with looking after his mother.
Ellen seeks revenge on her ex-lover Sean over topless photos that have been posted on the Internet; Heston discovers a new business venture.
When a strange young man is arrested on suspicion of assault, Jimmi finds himself drawn in and determined to seek the truth.
The big day arrives and Rob hopes all will go well as he renews his wedding vows with Karen; a routine consultation with an elderly couple takes a dramatic turn when Niamh makes a home visit.
Mrs. Tembe is surprised when the search for a Santa Claus reveals hidden prejudice among the volunteers at St. Phil's.
When a burglar is knocked out by a heroic young man, Jimmi intuits that the situation is more complex than it seems.
It's the season of goodwill and time for some fun and frolics at Al and Niamh's Yuletide party.
When Valerie attends a speed awareness course, she begins to suspect that one of her classmates is hiding something; Daniel arrives at The Mill to find that Franc has made himself a little too comfortable.
Daniel finds himself detained at the airport; Franc's generosity knows no bounds.
Mrs. Tembe gets into the Christmas spirit when she helps a father and son at the Church fete; when Al makes his debut as Father Christmas, Niamh thinks he'll be brilliant, but Mrs. Tembe's not so sure.
Ayesha suspects that a carer is neglecting an elderly patient; Christmas is coming but Emma isn't feeling the Christmas spirit, so Franc tries to help her.
Heston is drawn into a Christmas caper when a desperate friend steals money from the tyrannical boss of a terrible Christmas theme park.
Valerie and Barry are at odds when a young woman on the run turns up at the Campus; a game of `patient bingo' brings out the worst in the doctors before it takes a dangerous turn.
Franc is in a tough spot when he is caught in the middle of an armed robbery; Ayesha is forced to examine her drinking habits; Al and Mrs. Tembe go to war over a nativity display.
Al comes up against an airy-fairy yoga instructor when one of her pupils becomes ill; Ayesha is left mortified when an evening with Franc goes disastrously; Karen begins to worry that Rob organizing the wedding will be a disaster.
A seemingly straightforward home visit takes an incredibly dark turn for Niamh; it's Howard's time to shine as the documentary is being filmed today, but things don't go quite as planned.
Rob must unravel the mystery of an elderly woman who can't even remember her own name; a drunk Bren makes an unwelcome visit to Ayesha; Howard makes a regrettable decision.
Heston uses his surgery skills in an unexpected way to help an old friend; Ayesha tries to find somewhere to live with Sierra; Emma wants Howard to buy some new Christmas decorations.
Valerie helps a hairdresser get back to his roots; Ayesha makes a controversial suggestion about Sierra; Karen dreams of a perfect wedding.
Howard calls on his military training to help out the daughter of an old family friend; Ayesha comes to her mom's rescue; Karen and Rob go Christmas shopping.
Emma investigates the mysterious death of a patient.
Franc is treating an injured soccer player and receives a very tempting offer; Al needs expert advice on his homebrew; Jimmi pays a visit to Ayesha's sister, Debs.
A mother and her son come face to face with a former stalker; Ayesha has to consider the future as Bren's problems are brought into sharp focus.
A brief altercation with a difficult patient at The Mill soon turns into a nightmare for Karen, as the man seeks his revenge.
When Heston is called to certify the death of a rich elderly gentleman, he finds himself caught up in an increasingly bizarre situation as the family members fight for their inheritance.
Al finds himself competing against an obsessive student on an Internet encryption challenge and may have met his match.
Mrs. Tembe faces a moral dilemma when she is trusted with a neighbor's secret; Ayesha attends alcohol counseling with her mom; a new locum attracts a lot of attention, not all of it good.
While Niamh is out on house calls, Al becomes concerned for her safety when he finds that a mysterious man is following her.
When neurotic student Sam is convinced he has a brain tumor, Zara tries to help him before it's too late; Jimmi and Al embark on their first beer-making adventure; Ayesha finds herself making things worse for her mother.
Mrs. Tembe helps a woman who was abandoned at birth to find her mother; Ayesha begins to fear that Bren may lose Sierra; Zara decides it's time to stand up to Emma.
Jimmi bumps into an old university pal who used to be a bit of a hell-raiser, but claims to be a reformed person.
The discovery of a romantic letter in an old book opens up a mystery which Zara is determined to solve; Emma is on the warpath after failing to get the partnership; Ayesha's decision to trust Bren to look after Sierra ends in disaster.
Daniel endeavors to help a single father face up to his checkered past; the results of the partnership interviews are out and Howard is determined to ensure that no one is left disappointed.
Heston prepares to say farewell; tensions rise as the partnership interviews begin.
Heston has to face up to his demons when he visits Curtis Brown's pregnant girlfriend at home; back at the Mill, Emma, Al and Jimmi prepare for the partnership interviews.
Ayesha's skills are put to the test when a woman goes into labor and they can't get to the hospital; Howard is thrown when Emma, Jimmi and Al all apply for the partnership; Heston has a difficult decision to make.
Heston wonders what he wants when Curtis Brown traps him alone in The Mill; Al is annoyed at not being considered for the partnership vacancy; Emma asks Daniel for advice.
Karen discovers an uncomfortable secret in the relationship between an elderly woman and her son; Howard and Daniel try to drum up interest in the partnership vacancy; Heston is horrified when an old enemy turns up at The Mill.
Al is forced to confront his skepticism of the supernatural when he finds a whistle with mysterious powers.
Niamh gets involved with an elderly brother and sister, who are being pressured to sell their family home by a property developer; the Mill staff gets competitive at the go-karting track for Kevin's farewell party.
It's Kevin's last day and he wants to go quietly, but a mysterious man is desperate to speak to him; Mrs. Tembe is convinced she can persuade Heston not to leave.
Stuart begins to suspect Kevin's true motives; Al and Daniel get competitive over Halloween lanterns.