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Michael is best known for the roles of David Wicks in EastEnders and Nick Jordan in Holby City and Casualty, other credits include portraying Tom Gilder in Born and Bred and Jeff Slade in Crime Traveller. His theatre credits include West Side Story, Les Miserables, Art, Sacred Heart, Chicago and The Sound of Music.

Children in Need Bargain Hunt screen captures are now up in the gallery.

Just a reminder that the Bargain Hunt Children in Need special featuring Michael with Sunetra Sarker, Suzanne Packer and Amanda Henderson airs tomorrow on BBC1 at 12.15.

True Entertainment are currently showing Born and Bred it airs Monday-Friday at 6pm.

Freeview 61 Sky 182 Freesat 142 Virgin 189

Throwback to Casualty series 23 episode 6 – Aired on this day in 2008.

Added some Children in Need – Bargain Hunt pictures to the gallery.

Throwback to EastEnders 3rd October 2013.

Great news we have a Michael sighting at last!

BBC television stars Michael French, Sunetra Sarker and Pudsey, alongside Amanda Henderson and Suzanne Packer

On Wednesday 3rd October 2018, Charlie Ross and the team will be filming the auction for the BBC Children in Need Bargain Hunt special.

This year, stars of the BBC’s longest running medical drama, Casualty, have swapped their stethoscopes and scrubs for Bargain Hunt’s famous fleeces. On the red team are Sunetra Sarker and Michael French, who played Dr. Zoe Hanna and clinical lead Mr. Nick Jordan. Their opponents in blue are Suzanne Packer and Amanda Henderson aka nurses Tess Bateman and Robyn Miller.

The teams hope to make plenty of profit on the items bought at Ardingly Antiques and Collectors’ Fair, because every pound and penny made goes to BBC Children in Need. On the day auctioneer Catherine Southon will be wielding the gavel, and you can join in the fun by bidding live online for the teams’ items, as well as loads of extra lots including goodies donated by our presenters & experts, signed BBC merchandise and exclusive experiences.

To view the lots as well as take part in the auction, you just need to create a login on the-saleroom.com website and follow a simple registration process. If you log in on the day from 10.30am you can bid live online as the actual auction happens! Winning bidders will be notified after the sale ends, with all proceeds of course going to BBC Children in Need.

Link to original source and register to bid

Wishing Michael a very Happy Birthday.

Who could come back to Casualty? 10 returns we’d love to see, from Nick Jordan to Ruth Winters

Comebacks are always hotly anticipated among fans, and with Casualty firing on all cylinders at the moment, we’ve been thinking about those characters who could, and really should, come back to the fold.

Granted, some of these are probably more plausible than others, but here are 10 faces we’d love to see back in the hustle and bustle of the ED…

1. Nick Jordan

Top of everyone’s comeback wish list has to be the one and only Nicky J. He was sensibly not killed off when actor Michael French decided to leave the show in 2012 (returning briefly in 2013), so the ED door is wide open for Jordan to reappear whenever he so wishes.

Jordan decided to swap Holby for the States five years ago after the death of his girlfriend Yvonne and his ardent fans have been missing him ever since. But given that his name does still pop up in conversation from time to time (he’s in Michigan, last we heard!), there have certainly been crazier ideas. However, with EastEnders viewers also longing for Michael to reprise his role as David Wicks too, who knows where he will be popping up next. The man is in high demand.


Throwback to Casualty series 24 episode 48 – aired on this day in 2010.