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Casualty

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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.
First of a ten-part series Welcome to Casualty by DAVID ASHTON
'I was dealing with cases like this when you were sitting your A-levels. If I let it get to me, I'd be in the monkey house by now. . .'
Series created by JEREMY BROCK and PAUL UNWIN Script editors
SUSAN BOX and HELEN GREAVES Designer ANDREW PURCELL Producer GERAINT MORRIS Director MICHAEL MORRIS
0 FEATURE: page 85
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Contributors

Unknown: David Ashton
Unknown: Jeremy Brock
Unknown: Helen Greaves
Designer: Andrew Purcell
Producer: Geraint Morris
Director: Michael Morris
Viv Baxter: Francesca Hall
Megan Roach: Brenda Fricker
Charlie Fairhead: Derek Thompson
Ewart Plimmer: Bernard Gallagher
George Dunwoody: Joseph Brady
Cyril James: Eddie Nestor
Dr David Rowe: Paul Lacoux
Lisa Duffin: Cathy Shipton
Sadie Tomkins: Carol Leader
Old lady: Peggy Paige
Young addict: Bradley Cole
Jill: Julia Deakin
First thug: Anthony Askew
Second thug: Steve Fortune
Kuba Trzcinski: Christopher Rozycki
Valerie Sinclair: Susan Franklyn
Welding instructor: Richard Clay-Jones
Kiran Joghill: Shaheen Khan
Alison: Julie Graham
Tom: Bernard Horsfall
Shirley Franklin: Ella Wilder
Keith: Geoffrey Leesley
Lorry driver: Robert Hamilton
Det Sgt Clough: Christopher Saul

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