Tom aids an anorexic teenager; Sam and Richard clash over a rape victim's rights.
Alex deals with an aggressive policeman; Richard Turner edges closer to the truth.
Tom and Andrew clash over the treatment of a patient suspected of child abuse.
Wedding arrangements are interrupted by a cable car emergency and the sinister arrival of Claire.
Andrew stuns Erica when he asks her to marry him; Clare's illness spirals out of control.
Claire's visit to an elderly patient has shocking consequences when she attempts to remove a dangerous souvenir.
Claire is keen to repay Will for his continued support, but their friendship takes an unexpected turn.
After Will cancels a big match for a boxer experiencing blackouts, the young man decides to participate in a bare knuckle fight.
As David fights to save a young girl from leukemia, the race is on to find a suitable donor.
Family and friends gather for Andrew and Erica's wedding, but neither bride nor groom are to be found.
Clare goes into labor in a casino; Erica's father arrives, causing friction between Andrew and Erica.
David and Erica clash over the plight of a couple who desperately want a child.
Andrew and Clare are held at gunpoint during a siege; protestors battle against plans for a supermarket.
Erica examines Cardale's industrial past for evidence of toxic waste.
David risks losing everything when his professional and personal involvement of a patient collide; Anna seeks David's help.
Dr. Nick's lies catch up with him; Andrew's mother asks him to let her die with dignity.
A priest baffles Andrew with a mysterious illness; Clare's obsession with cleanliness takes over.
Dr. Nick Goodson makes a dangerous misdiagnosis; Erica agrees to visit Andrew in Liverpool, then gets the cold shoulder from his family.
Dr. Erica becomes the victim of a hate campaign after she testifies against a man accused of sexual abuse.
Dr. Andrew receives bad news; David and Clare agonize over her pregnancy.
Dr. David Shearer is touched by a man who cares for his brother; David crusades against health chiefs.
Erica finds the first meeting with her real father traumatic; a woman mistakes Andrew and David for a gay couple.
Parents clamor to get their children vaccinated after a meningitis outbreak kills two local youngsters.
A fire destroys Erica's cottage but helps ignite the attraction between her and Andrew; David faces rebuilding his family after Claire's release.
Andrew's ex-wife shows up with her baby son.
Erica is offered a job that would take her away from Cardale; a nurse seeks help about the pains she's been having.
David must face his wife's declining mental state when shocking news threatens to tear the family apart.
A young drug addict faces her past when she tries to start anew; David and Claire support Cardale's pageant.
An old friend of Andrew's turns up at the Beeches with some shocking news.
Andrew's relationship with Gina Johnson moves beyond business; David's training for the Cardale Half Marathon is interrupted.
Mother's cry for help leaves her son's life hanging in the balance as the doctors try to figure out the boy's medical problems.
While Nick tries to deal with his confinement to a wheelchair, his wife Sally obsesses over becoming pregnant; Erica is convinced there is a ghost in her house.
Dr. Andrew Attwood battles to save two crash victims; David Shearer and his wife prepare a surprise birthday party for Erica.
Will and Kate get married and bid farewell to Cardale; Alice North is dismayed at the thought of having surgery.
Romance could be in store for Andrew; Emily's illness puts more strain on Will and Kate; David conveys to his family the delights of living in Cardale.
Will and Kate learn their baby is seriously ill.
Kate gives birth to a baby girl who develops life-threatening pneumonia; Erica and Andrew have a falling out.
Will blames himself for a simple misdiagnosis, but Kate has an even bigger bombshell to drop; Erica puts down roots in Cardale, while Andrew faces up to his future in Liverpool.
Will and Erica fear for Andrew's career as he tries to help a young medical student; Kate and Will consider taking a gamble.
Will believes more and more that his future lies with Kate, until they clash over a violent patient; Erica's attempt to comfort Andrew goes disastrously wrong.
Erica's crucial intervention on the part of a kidney patient affects Will's consideration of her partnership application; Kirsty wonders how Andrew sees their future together.
Will's relationship with Kate reaches a critical point as he and Andrew clash over the welfare of a 12-year-old boy trapped in a tug of love battle.
Will clashes with Erica as she struggles to deal with the emotional and medical consequences of two unexpected arrivals in Cardale.
Will faces some difficult choices when the competence of a fellow GP comes under question; he is thinking about taking the romantic plunge again.
Andrew risks his life to save a young girl, in a case which brings back uncomfortable memories; Will solves Erica's accommodation problems and says goodbye to his sons.
Will Preston battles to find new partners at The Beeches, but finds himself at loggerheads with the temporary substitute Erica Matthews, who is set to quit in her first week after a car crash leaves a little girl in a coma.
Beth makes a difficult decision regarding fertility treatment.
Trevor Sharpe surprises Drs. Kerruish and Glover when he agrees to look into the costs of building an ear, nose and throat clinic at the Beeches.
Dr. Atwood tries to help a man who is trying to self-destruct.
James and Chloe ask Dr. Kerruish for advice on becoming foster parents: Beth is taken to the hospital with abdominal pains.
The Beeches' fund manager is worried about a visit from an independent medical adviser; Dr. Preston makes an announcement to his partners.
A new student doctor causes a rift between the Beeches and the local leather tannery when he objects to the owner's teenage son working near dangerous machinery.
Kim meets a new boyfriend while attending a school reunion; Will's investigation of Roy Shearer annoys Beth.
James needs a life-saving operation after he is savagely beaten by a thief; a bad storm causes downed power lines and a string of accidents.
Jack neglects Beth; Will's son is injured; Will's ex-wife arrives.
Jack returns to Africa to set up a clinic, leaving Beth and Will to run The Beeches on their own.
Dr. Kerruish is forced to do an emergency delivery on a pregnant crash victim.
The villagers are quick to blame the residents of a group home for former psychiatric patients for an infectious outbreak spread by rats.
Beth learns that her closest friend is dying from cancer; Will considers becoming a candidate for the local council.
Dr. Kerruish (Kevin Whately) is trapped by a rock fall while helping to rescue school children lost in a cave.
A teenager is charged with breaking and entering.
Beth gets involved in a family power struggle.
Jack and Beth finally marry at Cardale Church.
The blame falls on a homeless teenager when a baby is found dead on the moors.
Will faces difficult decisions when he learns that a fellow doctor has AIDS.
Dr. Glover (Amanda Burton) must help a friend cope with a diagnosis that will prevent her from dancing again.
Concern over Beth's loss of an accident victim she was treating prompts Jack to propose a second time.
Jack's schizophrenic ex-fiancee shows up; Kim contracts a rare disease.
A patient assaults Beth; Sarah takes a new job.
A budding romance for Beth's best friend may not survive an old man's collapse. With Kevin Whately, Amanda Burton.
A new mother has a fatal disease; Jack's neighbors keep pigs.
The Beeches' doctors disagree about a cardiac consultant's refusal to operate on a patient who smokes heavily; Beth rejects Jack's marriage proposal.
Dr. Kerruish's efforts to treat an asthmatic schoolgirl are thwarted by the girl's mother who turns to faith healing as a cure.
Dr. Jack Kerruish comes to the aid of a kidney transplant patient while working with a mountain rescue team.
Will's (Simon Shepherd) efforts to get out of debt and win back Sarah's affection have tragic consequences.
Dr. Kerruish is the only doctor to support performing a risky operation on a young man with a serious heart condition.
A new doctor eyes Jack; a priest faces mental illness.
Tempers flair among the doctors over their workload at the surgery; Isabel gives romantic advice to Beth.
A career threat and his relationship with Dr. Beth Glover complicate Dr. Jack Kerruish's life while he is treating a teen athlete.
A physician who is losing her patients to a rival health center finds herself attracted to a country practice's newest doctor.
Finishing a three-year job at an African clinic, Dr. Jack Kerruish seeks a new position as an English country doctor.