Zara bumps into April, a former nanny who’s cupcake business is booming. April confesses that she admires Zara’s no nonsense approach and has modelled her management style on her. Zara protests that she may not be the best role model: a refusal to hold up your hands and admit that you’ve got something wrong is a character flaw, not strength.

Jimmi is called to a private address in his capacity as police surgeon. A woman has died suddenly – it looks like an overdose. He recognises her as a patient – it’s Catriona.

Heston takes a closer look at her medical notes and discovers that she has a serious history of mental illness. Howard decides that Heston should take paid leave until the case has been reviewed. Alone later that night, Heston shows his true feelings and weeps.