Fletch the hero!

Alex Walkinshaw plays Fletch in Holby

Despite being partially paralysed, Fletch's nursing skills kick into action in Holby when a patient collapses!

Still recovering at Holby following his recent trauma, Adrian 'Fletch' Fletcher accidentally injures himself further this week – but ends up putting his own problems aside to try and save a patient.

Desperate to get out of hospital and home to his four kids, partially paralysed Fletch takes his first steps in physio this week. But he does more harm than good when he pushes himself too hard and ends up falling and dislocating his shoulder, knocking fellow patient, Jay, unconscious in the process!

Despite being laid up, Fletch is soon helping others again when Jay collapses from a seizure and starts foaming at the mouth! Unable to reach the call button, Fletch hoists himself out of bed and lays down beside Jay to stop him from choking, then shouts for help. Has Fletch's quick thinking saved Jay’s life?

Meanwhile, Isaac and Dom are all loved up having just moved in together, but while Dom wants to impress Isaac, it seems Isaac only really wants to impress Ric. But when Dom tries to sideline his own success to help make Isaac look good, they both end up in trouble!

Also, in light of her new role as best man, Mo tries to befriend Mr T's fiancee, Inga. But as Mo puts her foot in her mouth repeatedly, she soon makes an enemy of Inga – and ends up covered in wee!



Victoria Wilson
Feature Writer for What’s on TV, TV Times, TV & Satellite Week and WhatToWatch.com

With over 20 years’ experience writing about TV and film, Vicky currently writes features for What’s on TV, TV Times, TV & Satellite Week magazines plus news and watching guides for WhatToWatch.com, a job which involves chatting to a whole host of famous faces. Our Vicky LOVES light entertainment, with Strictly Come Dancing, Britain’s Got Talent and The Voice UK among her fave shows. Basically, if it’s got a shiny floor, she’s all over it! When she’s not watching TV, you might find Vicky in therapy… retail therapy that is!