Type
Scripted
Premiered
Sep. 06, 1986
Status
Returning Series
Runtime
50 min.
Country
UK
Network
BBC One TV Network
Genre

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Casualty (UK)

Drama depicting the private and working lives of the patients, doctors, nurses and others attending a small but frantically busy accident and emergency department of the large Holby General hospital

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Robyn tries to make David see sense as the team rush to find them, but an unexpected arrival makes her own situation all the more perilous. …

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Amanda Mealing is to reprise her role of Connie Beauchamp in Casualty as a regular

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  • Paul Unwin said in an interview with Radio Times that their pitch for Casualty 'read like a manifesto', with the first sentence being: "In 1948, a dream was born - a National Health Service.…
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    Paul Unwin said in an interview with Radio Times that their pitch for Casualty 'read like a manifesto', with the first sentence being: "In 1948, a dream was born - a National Health Service. In 1985, the dream is in tatters."
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  • At the time of Casualty's conception, the BBC had two ideas for a hospital drama - a 'cottage hospital' idea, which was seen as the safe option, or an A&E department ('Front Line' - as…
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    At the time of Casualty's conception, the BBC had two ideas for a hospital drama - a 'cottage hospital' idea, which was seen as the safe option, or an A&E department ('Front Line' - as Casualty was originally titled), an off-the-wall idea which posed more problems for the team. "I went for Casualty," said Jonathan Powell, BBC Head of Drama, about his decision, "because there was a feeling of life and passion and, well, I was anxious for new young people to create something. I put them [creators Jeremy Brock and Paul Unwin] with a very experienced producer, Geraint Morris, and hoped for the best."
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  • Radio D.J. Mark Burrows once played the part of a corpse, uncredited, but it took two hours to film it as he couldn't stop sneezing.
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