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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.
Not Forgotten. Ruth's struggle to impress Sarah Evans is aggravated when Jay demands they go public with their relationship. As Jordan's condition deteriorates, Zoe lies to a suspicious Frances.
Writer Tom Bidwell ; Producer Hamish Wright ; Director Alan Grint
PHOTO GALLERIES: radiotimes.com/casualty
Tristan Gemmill 's Big Break: page 46

Contributors

Unknown: Sarah Evans
Unknown: Tom Bidwell
Producer: Hamish Wright
Director: Alan Grint
Unknown: Tristan Gemmill
Zoe Hanna: Sunetra Sarker
Nick Jordan: Michael French
Frances Lively: Josette Simon
Ruth Winters: Georgia Taylor
Jay Faldren: Ben Turner
Adam Trueman: Tristan Gemmill
Jessica Harrison: Gillian Kearney
Lenny Lyons: Steven Miller
May Phelps: Laura Aikman
Yuki Reid: Will Sharpe
Sarah Evans: Julia St John
Charlie Fairhead: Derek Thomson
Kathleen Dixon: Jane Hazlegrove
Jeff Collier: Matt Bardock
Alice Chantry: Sam Grey
Noel Garcia: Tony Marshall
Big Mac: Charles Dale
Polly Emmerson Sophia: Di Martino
Amir Haron: Nasser Memarzia
Tasmeen Haron: Pooja Ghai
Roy Catterall: Sean Cook
Ellie Barton: Adie Allen
Jack Barton: Nathaniel Baring
Suzie Edgely: Zoe Ambrose

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