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Make sure you don't miss our Doctors spoilers now the show's back


Doctors fans are thrilled it's back

Doctors had been on a break over Christmas, but the BBC1 soap is now finally back on air.

Our Doctors spoilers page will once again update you on what's coming up as the soap has at last returned to our screens.

Monday’s episode [15th February] will see Karen Hollins (Jan Pearson) in terrible pain after being physically attacked by foster teenager, Tom.

Tuesday’s episode sees Al Haskey (Ian Midlane) thinking he’s a free man after splitting with fiancee Lily. However it seems that Lily has other ideas…

Wednesday's episode sees Al spooked by Lily’s strange behaviour. While Thursday's episode of Doctors sees a young drug addict resort to desperate measures. Please note there's no Friday episode.

Doctors fans have in recent times seen their favourite show off air a lot compared to normal.

Every summer Doctors takes a break, however the summer of 2020 wasn't a normal summer of course.

The show ended up returning a lot later than normal due to filming stopping because of the pandemic. It ended up finally coming back in November 2020. And, instead of the normal five episodes a week, only four episodes went out.

So when will Doctors be back on BBC1 and at what times?

Doctors is now back on BBC1 at 1.45pm!

Did Doctors do a special lockdown episode last year?

Yes, they certainly did!

Doctors, Sarah Moyle

Doctors star Sarah Moyle, who plays receptionist Valerie, sets up a camera at home ready to film her scenes for the recent special remote episode (Image credit: BBC)

The special extended lockdown episode was the final episode of the show before its extended summer break. And it explored what the surgery staff had been up to during life under lockdown.

The one-off episode was filmed remotely by the Doctors cast.

Doctors is now back on BBC1 (see our TV Guide for full listings).