Doctors spoilers: It all KICKS-OFF at Imogen Hollins's art therapy class!
Imogen Hollins runs an art therapy class as part of ArtFest on Doctors. But things get heated when one of the participants stirs up trouble!
As the ArtFest in Letherbridge continues, organiser Imogen Hollins (played by Charlie Clemmow) runs an art therapy class in today's episode of Doctors (1:45pm on BBC One, see our TV Guide (opens in new tab) for full listings).
Imogen's policeman dad Rob (Chris Walker) takes the day off work so he can take part in the class and support his daughter, who is secretly worried she could have breast cancer.
However, things don't quite go as planned when one of the participants, ex-army man Alan Roscoe (Conor Boru) starts antagonising other people in the class, including Rob.
Things get tense as Roscoe tries to provoke chef Matt Trent (Yinka Awoni) and Akbar Sadir (Azan Ahmed).
Can Imogen find a way to keep the peace?
Meanwhile, midwife Ruhma Carter (Bharti Patel) is still abuzz with what's going on at The Icon Bar under the dreadful management of Finn Pendle (David O'Reilly).
Ruhma convinces surgery colleague Becky Clarke (Ali Bastian) to go down to the Icon and check the manager is OK.
However, there's another strike against Finn after poor Becky becomes a victim of food poisoning at the bar!
Elsewhere, nurse Ayesha Lee (Laura Rollins) tries to get to the bottom of whether Sid Vere (Ashley Rice) and Imogen Hollins are officially ON.
But she's left disappointed when a distracted Sid doesn't want to talk about his personal life, and worries the friends no longer get on like they used to.
And after filming the staff interviews for ArtFest, finally it's receptionist Karen Hollins's (Jan Pearson) turn to sit in front of the camera and reveal a piece of art that has a special meaning to her.
But what will it be?
Doctors continues weekdays at 1:45pm on BBC One
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