There's an almighty showdown between ex-es Zara Carmichael and Daniel Granger on Doctors over his new girlfriend, Becky Clarke...
Things have been rather awkward between Zara Carmichael (played by Elisabeth Dermot Walsh) and Daniel Granger (Matthew Chambers) since their marriage break-up on Doctors.
While Zara has accepted that Daniel has moved on and started a new relationship with surgery practice manager Becky Clarke (Ali Bastian), she doesn't have to like it. In fact, Zara can't stand Becky!
So when Zara and Daniel find themselves attending a work-related event together, talk eventually turns to their break-up and the new lady in Daniel's life.
Zara admits she thinks it's all too much, too soon and is concerned what effect this is all having on their young son Joe, who until recently still had hopes his parents would get back together again.
However, when Daniel leaps to Becky's defence, Zara snaps and warns her ex that Becky has a sly side that he hasn't seen yet. And it's not long before the pair are arguing just like old times and get booted out of their work meeting. Whoops!
Meanwhile, Valerie Pitman (Sarah Moyle) feels like she hasn't got the closure she was expecting after the memorial service.
So the receptionist decides to book an appointment with colleague Dr Jimmy Clay (Adrian Lewis Morgan) for some counselling.
Valerie thought saying goodbye would lift the burden of grief. But now she just feels worse.
Can Jimmi help Valerie deal with her grief?
Elsewhere, midwife Ruhma Carter (Bharti Patel) meets expectant mum Gina Ashworth (Jill McAusland).
But when Gina suddenly goes into labour, things get complicated when Gina, who had originally agreed to a natural birth, changes her mind at the last minute and demands a caesarean.
Gina's husband Sam (Oliver Britten) isn't sure, and the pair start clashing in the delivery room!
Can Ruhma help keep the peace, while acting quickly to save both mother and baby?
Doctors continues weekdays at 1:45pm on BBC One
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