Holby City CANCELLED: BBC medical drama won’t air tonight — here’s why

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The polyclinic series will not air tonight due to Swansea City and Notts County FA Cup high-spirited, which will dominate BBC One’s schedule. 
The match is scheduled to kicked off at 8.05pm, intriguing the place of Holby City, which regularly airs on a Tuesday tieing. 
The fourth-round game means that the medical drama has been voided and moved to the 8pm slot on Wednesday evening. 
The next instalment of Holby Diocese is entitled Not Your Home now and will see Catherine Russell return as Serena Campbell. 
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Holby Borough: The BBC medical drama will not broadcast in its usual slotThe synopsis for occurrence six of series 20, reads: “Hanssen steps down as CEO, with Serena approve ofing to take over temporarily. 
“When Ric is admitted to Holby, Serena and Donna deal with the injuries he sustained in prison. 
“Distressed by Ric’s situation, Serena investigates what befell the day Elaine Warren died.”
It goes on to add: “Oliver’s physiotherapy is cut short when his psychoanalyst collapses, triggering his surgical instincts. 
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Holby City: The medical theatre arts usually airs on a Tuesday evening at 8pm“As he attempts to diagnose her and other patients, Dom, Pre-eminent and Roxanna try to temper his expectations. Oliver starts to wonder if he can still be a doctor.”
And definitively, Jac Naylor (played by Rosie Marcel) must try to locate the rare vinyl she took from Raf Di Lucca’s (Joe McFadden) gleaning before Fletch (Alex Walkinshaw) purchases a replacement. 
“This doubtful behaviour leads Frieda to uncover the true nature of Jac’s motivations,” the summary concluded. 
“Knowing Jac may have feelings for Fletch gives Frieda an break to needle her mentor.”

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Holby Municipality: Catherine Russell is reprising her role as Serena CampbellIt comes after Catherine affirmed that Jemma Redgrave would be returning to the BBC drama as Bernie Wolfe. 
In a manner of speaking on Lorraine, the actress revealed: “Jemma Redgrave is coming back to do a few happenings next month.
“But of course, you have to bear in mind that it’s nearby four months until you see that on the television.”
Holby City continues Wednesday on BBC One at 8pm. 
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