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Casualty

  • 2021
  • Season 36
  • Drama
  • Soap

Summary

Medical drama set in the casualty department of a busy hospital.

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Episode 6: Warning Signs

Summary

Matthew is stuck in traffic when an injured teenage girl falls onto his car leaving a bloody handprint, bringing traumatic memories of his time in Africa flooding back. Frustrated by the prevalence of racism in Holby, Rash becomes inspired to help the community after an encounter with the sister of an old schoolfriend

Review

If you enjoy predicting the cause of an accident on Casualty, then there’s an entry-level scenario on offer here. The setting is a local wood, the key character a poacher carrying a crossbow. And yes, a projectile from the weapon isn’t destined to end up in a deer.

There’s also a sense of horrible inevitability about the drama over at the hospital, where Rash feels he’s being racially profiled when a police officer investigating a knife attack in the area asks to search his bag. The copper in question is played by Ben Cartwright, who also portrayed predatory PC Neil Clifton in Coronation Street. Maybe one of the reasons he was booked was because he’d kept hold of the uniform?

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2021-10-02
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Credits

Cast

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Matthew AfolamiOsi Okerafor
Rashid MasumNeet Mohan
Stevie NashElinor Lawless
Dylan KeoghWilliam Beck
Charlie FairheadDerek Thompson
Theodore `Teddy" GowanMilo Clarke
Ethan HardyGeorge Rainsford
David HideJason Durr
Jan JenningDi Botcher
Ffion MorganStirling Gallacher
Hafsa KazimiZainab Hasan
Nick MaberleyMartin Walsh
Ryan MaberleyConnor Catchpole
Elissa SaintRosalind March
Farah BakshiHalema Hussain
Sgt Adrian PittBen Cartwright

Crew

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WriterDavid Bowker
ProducerLou Prendergast
DirectorMichael Lacey

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  • Summary

    Matthew is stuck in traffic when an injured teenage girl falls onto his car leaving a bloody handprint, bringing traumatic memories of his time in Africa flooding back. Frustrated by the prevalence of racism in Holby, Rash becomes inspired to help the community after an encounter with the sister of an old schoolfriend

    Review

    If you enjoy predicting the cause of an accident on Casualty, then there’s an entry-level scenario on offer here. The setting is a local wood, the key character a poacher carrying a crossbow. And yes, a projectile from the weapon isn’t destined to end up in a deer.

    There’s also a sense of horrible inevitability about the drama over at the hospital, where Rash feels he’s being racially profiled when a police officer investigating a knife attack in the area asks to search his bag. The copper in question is played by Ben Cartwright, who also portrayed predatory PC Neil Clifton in Coronation Street. Maybe one of the reasons he was booked was because he’d kept hold of the uniform?

    How to watch

    Next showing

    There are no live broadcasts scheduled for this show. But it is available via the streaming provider below.

    Streaming

    Details

    Released on
    2021-10-02
    Languages
    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Cast

    rolename
    Matthew AfolamiOsi Okerafor
    Rashid MasumNeet Mohan
    Stevie NashElinor Lawless
    Dylan KeoghWilliam Beck
    Charlie FairheadDerek Thompson
    Theodore `Teddy" GowanMilo Clarke
    Ethan HardyGeorge Rainsford
    David HideJason Durr
    Jan JenningDi Botcher
    Ffion MorganStirling Gallacher
    Hafsa KazimiZainab Hasan
    Nick MaberleyMartin Walsh
    Ryan MaberleyConnor Catchpole
    Elissa SaintRosalind March
    Farah BakshiHalema Hussain
    Sgt Adrian PittBen Cartwright

    Crew

    rolename
    WriterDavid Bowker
    ProducerLou Prendergast
    DirectorMichael Lacey
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