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Casualty

  • 2017
  • Season 32
  • 44 episodes
  • Drama
  • Soap

Summary

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

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Episode 28: Casualty

Summary

Rash's new-found confidence is tested when he treats a prisoner, who also leads Gem into danger. Bea looks after a Falklands War veteran, before going up against smarmy F1 Eddie for a place on a coveted training course. Alicia tries to apologise to Ethan about the blog, but he makes it clear he's not interested.

Review

The emergency department’s three newest rookie staff members, Rash, Gem and Bea, are all flourishing in the area that matters most – the unasked-for interference in their patients’ personal lives.

Rash and Gem give the benefit of their wide life experience to a young prisoner brought in with a gory stab wound after what he claims was an attack by a prison officer with a box-cutter knife, while Bea engages with a Falklands War veteran with a dislocated shoulder and a bullet he refuses to have removed, 37 years on.

But first, Bea must confront any television drama’s most evil villain, a former public schoolboy, in this case a supercilious, sports-car-driving snoot. They both want to impress chilly consultant Alex Broadhurst, who has a place on the international trauma course in her gift.

Of course, public schoolboy drops Bea right in it the first chance he gets.

Details

Released on
2018-03-17
Languages
Formats
Colour

Credits

Cast

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Rashid MasumNeet Mohan
Bea KinsellaMichelle Fox
Dylan KeoghWilliam Beck
Alicia MunroeChelsea Halfpenny
Ethan HardyGeorge Rainsford
Charlie FairheadDerek Thompson
Lisa `Duffy' DuffinCathy Shipton
Iain DeanMichael Stevenson
Sam NichollsCharlotte Salt
Noel GarciaTony Marshall
David HideJason Durr
Gem DeanRebecca Ryan
Eddie McAllisterJoe Gaminara
Ms Alex BroadhurstSasha Behar
Jack MacLellanSam Hudson
Frank TennantClive Russell
Tony HughsTim Faraday

Crew

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DirectorPaul Riordan
ProducerGwenllian Gravelle
WriterOliver Frampton

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  • Summary

    Rash's new-found confidence is tested when he treats a prisoner, who also leads Gem into danger. Bea looks after a Falklands War veteran, before going up against smarmy F1 Eddie for a place on a coveted training course. Alicia tries to apologise to Ethan about the blog, but he makes it clear he's not interested.

    Review

    The emergency department’s three newest rookie staff members, Rash, Gem and Bea, are all flourishing in the area that matters most – the unasked-for interference in their patients’ personal lives.

    Rash and Gem give the benefit of their wide life experience to a young prisoner brought in with a gory stab wound after what he claims was an attack by a prison officer with a box-cutter knife, while Bea engages with a Falklands War veteran with a dislocated shoulder and a bullet he refuses to have removed, 37 years on.

    But first, Bea must confront any television drama’s most evil villain, a former public schoolboy, in this case a supercilious, sports-car-driving snoot. They both want to impress chilly consultant Alex Broadhurst, who has a place on the international trauma course in her gift.

    Of course, public schoolboy drops Bea right in it the first chance he gets.

    Details

    Released on
    2018-03-17
    Languages
    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Cast

    rolename
    Rashid MasumNeet Mohan
    Bea KinsellaMichelle Fox
    Dylan KeoghWilliam Beck
    Alicia MunroeChelsea Halfpenny
    Ethan HardyGeorge Rainsford
    Charlie FairheadDerek Thompson
    Lisa `Duffy' DuffinCathy Shipton
    Iain DeanMichael Stevenson
    Sam NichollsCharlotte Salt
    Noel GarciaTony Marshall
    David HideJason Durr
    Gem DeanRebecca Ryan
    Eddie McAllisterJoe Gaminara
    Ms Alex BroadhurstSasha Behar
    Jack MacLellanSam Hudson
    Frank TennantClive Russell
    Tony HughsTim Faraday

    Crew

    rolename
    DirectorPaul Riordan
    ProducerGwenllian Gravelle
    WriterOliver Frampton
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