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Casualty

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
A 12-part series
1: Chain Reactionby Ginnie Hole.
'There's been a serious traffic accident. The fire brigade are bringing people out.... so they want a medical team on the spot.' 'You mean me?' 'It's called in at the deep end.'
Series created by JEREMY BROCK and PAUL UNWIN Script editors
SUSAN GANDAR , JANE TRANTER Designer ANDREW PURCELL Producer PETER NORRIS
Director ANDREW MORGAN t FEATURE: page 11
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Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Brock
Unknown: Paul Unwin
Unknown: Susan Gandar
Unknown: Jane Tranter
Designer: Andrew Purcell
Producer: Peter Norris
Director: Andrew Morgan
Len: Pat Roach
Alex Spencer: Belinda Davison
Jimmy Powell: Robson Green
Julie Stevens: Vivienne McKone
Dr Lucy Perry: Tam Hoskyns
Charlie: Derek Thompson
Keith: Geoffrey Leesley
Conrad: Bazil Otoin
Barbara: Lou Wakefield
Jane Wyatt: Joanna Dukes
Valerie: Susan Franklyn
Cyril James: Eddie Nestor
PC Tony Mitton: Stephen Tomkinson
PC Nick Johns: Sean Pertwee
Lisa Duffin: Cathy Shipton
Dr Bower: William Gaminara
Hugh: Michael Bray
Lily: Susan Colverd
Josh: Ian Bleasdale
Mrs Webb: Christine Lohr
Paul: Christopher Driscoll
Dr Suni: Dev Sagoo
Lorna Mitton: Emma Rawson
Rose Wyatt: Valerie Holliman

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