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Casualty 1909

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.
New series. 1/6. Revolution grips the East End as the drama set in a London hospital, and dramatised from original records, returns for a second series. An explosion brings fears of a bomb and Ethel Bennett and Dr Millais Culpin struggle to control the angry victims.
Writers Colin Heber-Percy and Lyall B Watson; Executive producer
Clare Duggan; Director Bryn Higgins Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel Behind the scenes: page 8

Contributors

Unknown: Ethel Bennett
Unknown: Dr Millais Culpin
Unknown: Colin Heber-Percy
Unknown: Lyall B Watson
Producer: Clare Duggan
Director: Bryn Higgins
Eva Luckes: Cherie Lunghi
Ada Russell: Sarah Smart
Millais Culpin: William Houston
Sydney Holland: Nicholas Farrell
Hurry Fenwick: David Troughton
Ethel Bennett: Charity Wakefield
Henry Percy Dean: Paul Hilton
Harry Ingrams: Tom Hughes
Nurse Granger: Dorothy Atkinson
Deborah Lynch: Aimee-Ffion Edwards
Nellie Bowers: Tessa Parr
Frederick Smith: Kenneth Colley
Uncle Mick: John Graham Davies
Mrs Anderson: Imogen Bain
DSI Hatton: Tim Woodward
Morosov: Mihai Tudorescu
Mrs Perkins: Louise Perez
Stepanovs: Jon Lolis
Mr Hubnar: Ian Conningham
foreman: Gary Bleasdale

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