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by Jeremy Brock and Paul Unwin
First of a 15-part series
1: Gas
Saturday evening in the Casualty Department of Holby City Hospital. It's a routine shift for the eight heroes - then there's an explosion at the docks.
Feature: page 4
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Writer: Jeremy Brock
Writer: Paul Unwin
Series creator: Jeremy Brock
Series creator: Paul Unwin
Script Editor: Caroline Oulton
Designer: David Hitchcock
Producer: Geraint Morris
Director: Frank W Smith
Dannie: Emma Watson
Ralph: Trevor Cooper
Charlie: Derek Thompson
Susie: Debbie Roza
Duffy: Catherine Shipton
Ewart: Bernard Gallagher
Parker: Roger Ostime
Baz: Julia Watson
Robert Palmer: Al Ashton
Kuba: Christopher Rozycki
King: George Harris
Mrs Jones: Juliette Grassby
Sophie Jones: Madeleine Nash
Mr Cartwright: Brian Haines
Starchy Harris: Phil McCall
Megan: Brenda Fricker
Ponting: Robert Pugh
Mute: Lisa Bowerman
Brenner: Colin Fisher
Mrs Price: Nancie Herrod
Relative of Mrs Price: Roy Evans
Television journalist: Helen Gwyn

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