'Doctors' spoilers: Harriet Shelton becomes THREATENING...
Airs Tuesday 21 September 2021 at 1.45pm on BBC1.
Harriet Shelton (played by Carley Stenson) thought she'd covered her tracks when she lied to Inspector Zoya Okoro (Donna Berlin) about Aaron Jeffries' "accident" on Doctors (1.45pm - see our TV Guide for full listings).
So policewoman Harriet is not best pleased now that Dr Emma Reid (Dido Miles) is trying to get eyewitness Marvin Bulis (Philip Martin Brown) to tell the police what he really saw when policeman Rob Hollins (Chris Walker) chased Aaron into an abandoned warehouse.
It's just a matter of time before the truth is REVEALED!
Harriet overhears Inspector Okoro and PC Royce discussing eyewitness Marvin and starts to worry...
Meanwhile, surgery receptionist Valerie Pitman (Sarah Moyle) finds homeless Marvin and encourages him to give an official police statement.
They need to sort out this investigation and help clear Rob of any wrongdoing.
But little do Valerie and Marvin know, but Harriet is now watching their every move!
WHAT will they do when Harriet's behaviour takes a menacing turn and she tries to scare Marvin out of giving his statement..
As filming gets underway on the TV gameshow Booty Or Bust, Rhuma Carter (Bharti Patel) and Al Haskey (Ian Midlane) both wonder what they've got themselves into.
Antiques expert Clive Cookson (Kim Wall) has QUIT the show after a scandalous secret was revealed about his wife Barbara (Alison Egan)!
Stressed-out researcher AJ Hawley (Catherine Hannay) and new presenter Cecilia Kotak (Me'sha Bryan) have no idea if Clive is coming back!
Meanwhile, Al's competitive side comes out when he realises Barbara is secretly cheating in order to win.
Al secretly tries to enlist the help of surgery colleague Jimmi Clay (Adrian Lewis Morgan) with a plan to make sure he and Ruhma come out on top.
But will honest Ruhma put her foot down when she discovers what's going on?
Doctors continues every Monday to Thursday at 1:45pm on BBC1.
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