Hanssen is faced with the consequences of Michael and Sunil's actions.
Hanssen is certain that his leadership is being undermined by a management consultant.
Michael returns to try and clear his name and win back the trust of his colleagues.
Michael returns to try and clear his name and win back the trust of his colleagues.
Sahira clashes with Hanssen's new theatre liaison manager while trying to help a patient.
When Malick hears about Michael's resignation, he opts to spend the day on AAU trying to impress him. Malick and Luc argue over the treatment of a trauma patient with glass stuck in his leg. Malick lets his ego trump his judgement and when things go wrong in theatre, he has to call on Michael for help.
When an emergency trauma case is admitted, Sahira needs Hanssen's help.
Hanssen and Sahira's professional relationship is tested when she confronts him.
Malick's world is thrown into chaos when an ex-lover turns up at Holby.
Malick's personal and professional lives collide when he tries to save an ex-lover.
Elliot's Ukrainian trip takes a twist when he discovers the real reason for his visit.
Eddi is fragile after a heavy New Year's celebration but Luc is unamused by her attitude.
Emotions run high when Greg thinks Sahira has been in a car accident.
Greg is stunned when Sahira announces she is leaving. Hanssen alights on a new mission.
Sahira is torn between the two men in her life, while Ric clashes with Hanssen.
Greg tries to keep away from Sahira, but is upset when she reveals she is leaving Holby.
Michael's position as AAU clinical lead is challenged by a new consultant's arrival.
Oliver diagnoses a rare condition. Chantelle's misinterprets Lleucu's good intentions.
Greg's happiness is short-lived when he discovers the identity of the new anaesthetist.
Hanssen has a plan to secure Holby's future as a teaching hospital.
New trainee doctor Tara ruffles feathers with her over-keen attitude.
Sahira is feeling the pressure of working with Greg and Rafi on Darwin. As Greg and Rafi's friendship grows, Sahira's relationship with her husband is worse than ever, despite their attempts to be more professional and leave their home problems out of the hospital. When Sahira finally breaks down after a difficult case, it is Greg she turns to, full of remorse for how she has treated him and tormented by her feelings for him. Greg cannot bear to see Sahira so unhappy, what will he decide to do?
When Elliot's plan to send disused surgical equipment to the Ukraine becomes public knowledge, he has to write a proposal for the hospital board. Will he be able to get Hanssen and the board onside before the valuable machines are taken off to be disposed of, whilst also finding time to treat one of his long-standing patients?
Michael is struggling to accept that Alex is the clinical lead on AAU, made all the more difficult because she is taking all the interesting cases. When a repatriated patient comes in from The Gambia, Michael refuses to be shut out, but his diagnosis and Alex's are completely different. As the patient declines, will the two consultants be able to work together to save her life?
Sahira cannot believe it when Hanssen takes her off CTU but she is determined not to let him control her. When Rafi confronts her about Greg, she is overwhelmed with the pressures being placed on both her professional and personal lives and begins to wonder if she can cope.
Sahira and Rafi's relationship is looking uncertain, and Sahira faces her toughest choice yet: whether to fight for her marriage, or stick with her career at Holby.
Sahira bids goodbye to Darwin and Hanssen. Malick pushes the limits of his ability.
Malick faces up to his new responsibilities both as a teacher and a doctor.
When Greg oversteps the boundaries of the doctor/patient relationship he has to come face-to-face with the demons of his past. Will he be able to confront the truth and help his patient without risking his reputation and his career? With a complaint about a patient's death hanging over him, Malick is distracted on the ward, wondering...
Ric and Keller's new consultant, Serena, clash over a patient's care.
When Ella decides to quit her AAU rotation, Sacha is determined to prove to her that she has got what it takes. But in the face of volatile and edgy patients, will Ella be able to help Sacha when he needs it the most?
Darwin welcomes the new transplant team, but not everyone is happy to have all the attention on the newcomers. When the opportunity of a landmark operation comes up, will the transplant team be able to rise to the occasion?
Malick finds himself going head-to-head against Serena over a particular case.
Tara risks hers and Ollie's careers to ensure her patient gets a life-changing operation.
Luc is finding it difficult to communicate with Eddi, and ultimately he has to face up to the truth about their fractious relationship.
In the face of a hospital-wide outbreak, Luc is determined to make up for missing a diagnosis the day before. Elsewhere, Dan's father is admitted as a patient.
With his father on the ward, Dan is finding himself torn between his new relationship with Simon, his duties as a doctor and his father's perception of him.
Chantelle wants to be taken more seriously as a nurse, and Ric encourages her to speak up more. When faced with a serious ethical dilemma, Chantelle finally finds her voice, but has she gone too far?
Dan and Simon are thoroughly loved up. This new found happiness even has an effect on Dan's work - he is more confident with his patients and stands up to Serena. However, when Simon is offered a dream job in Leeds and looks like he'll be leaving, Dan's new found confidence flounders. Can he bear to be separated from Simon?
Tension between Ollie and Tara threatens to affect a heart-breaking patient case.
When Mo goes into labour, she has to face up to the questions and consequences of her pregnancy; but who will support her when her birthing partner is delayed?
Tara is keen to impress Jac and gain her backing for a research project. However, when Jac fobs her off on Ollie the atmosphere is tense, leading Tara to confront Ollie about their 'almost kiss'. The two agree to keep things professional, but will their feelings be so easily ignored?
Malick struggles with treating a convicted murderer but when he learns his side of the story, he's determined to save him and reunite him with his daughter, despite the patient's refusal to consent.
Mo is back at work after giving up her baby. She insists to Jonny that she is fine, but Jonny is not so sure whether Mo is physically or mentally strong enough to be back at work yet.
Michael is ready to throw in the towel on the no-referral policy as AAU reaches breaking point. However, when he finds out that new business manager George Binns is carrying out a financial appraisal on all wards, he determines to buckle down and impress the 'money man'. But, with AAU theatre full, Michael is forced to take desperate action with a patient's care in front of George. What will this mean for the future of AAU?
Michael is at his wits end with the, now permanent, no referrals policy. Ordered by Hanssen to send a guest patient to another hospital rather than transfer them to Keller, he decides to personally ensure they get there. But when there are no ambulances available, Michael decides on drastic action with devastating consequences.
Mo feels isolated from Jonny after he lied to her about seeing Jac. A complicated medical dilemma shows up in the shape of a Jehovah's Witness who wants a bloodless operation. Mo and Jac can not agree about how best to proceed. Following Ritchie Mooney's death, Hanssen has closed the non-referral scheme and is demanding answers.
When drugs go missing on the ward Max is quick to cover and absolve Eddi, but Sacha is not convinced and has serious concerns about Eddi's mindset. When a Sickle Cell patient then arrives in need of a heavy dose of painhuggers, does Max have her best interests at heart, and is Eddi putting her faith in the right friend?
Jac is worried that the hospital staff are gossiping about her and Jonny. When she sees Ollie and Mo whispering, she jumps to conclusions and takes it out on Mo when they have to work together on a case. She doesn't need help, and her relationship with Jonny doesn't mean anything. Will Jac be able to admit the truth?
Tensions are high as Ric, Serena, Michael and George await the outcome of the report on Mr Mooney. Serena tries to get on with her day, introducing new streamlined treatment, which brings her into direct opposition with Ric. However, when a case turns out to be more complicated than expected can she bring herself to ask for some old-school help from Ric?