Al prepares to get behind the wheel of a car for the first time since the crash which killed Heston. But will Al have the courage to drive again?
Al Haskey got defensive when policeman Rob Hollins asked about the problems he’s been having with driving, since the tragic car crash which killed Dr Heston Carter. But the truth is, Al has been suffering in silence, still haunted by the fact he was the one behind the wheel when the car carrying him, Heston and surgery practice manager Mrs Tembe skidded off the road.
Determined to beat his demons, Al gets behind the wheel again and tries to repeat some good advice given to him by co-worker Jimmi Clay. But as he goes to start the engine, will Al’s nerves get the better of him?
Meanwhile, Sid Vere is getting geared-up ready for the table tennis tournament being held in Heston’s memory. But Sid feels let down when his colleagues all seem to caught-up in their daily work schedules to join in the fun. Will Sid’s table tennis tribute to Heston be a disaster?
At the Carmichael-Granger house, Zara puts her foot down when she hears Daniel’s daughter Izzie has been invited to a sleepover at the home of a girl neither she nor Daniel know.
But when Izzie is told she’s not allowed to attend, the furious tweenager blames Zara for ruining all her fun!
Elsewhere, Dr Emma Reid teams-up with policeman Rob in a race against time to prevent a shock acid attack by a teenager, Jensen Reece who is hellbent on revenge…
Doctors continues weekdays at 1:45pm on BBC One