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  1. Casualty Genre Medical drama Created by Jeremy Brock Paul Unwin Starring Current and former cast Theme music composer Ken Freeman Jeremy Holland-Smith Country of origin United Kingdom Original language English No. of series 36 No. of episodes 1,217 (list of episodes) Production Executive producers Adrian Bate (1996–1997) Laura Mackie (1997–1998) Ruth Caleb (1998) Mal Young (1998–2004 ...

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      The series was created by Jeremy Brock and Paul Unwin....

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      Casualty and Holby City are both set in Holby City Hospital,...

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      Casualty follows the professional and personal lives of the...

  2. Casualty (TV series) Casualty is a British television show aired on the BBC since 6 September 1986. It is the longest-running emergency medical drama television series in the world. It is filmed in Cardiff. The 1000th episode of Casualty aired on 25 June 2016, episode 39 of series 30.

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  4. Casualty (series 36) Casualty. (series 36) The thirty-sixth series of the British medical drama television series Casualty begins airing on BBC One in the United Kingdom on 14 August 2021. The series focuses on the professional and personal lives of medical and ancillary staff at the emergency department (ED) of the fictional Holby City Hospital.

  5. The following is a list of the episodes of the British television series Casualty. Casualty premiered on 6 September 1986 and was originally commissioned for fifteen episodes. The first series concluded on 27 December 1986, and following its success a second series was commissioned.

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    The se­ries was cre­ated by Je­remy Brock and Paul Unwin. Ac­cord­ing to writer Susan Wilkins, it was meant to be a re­sponse to the Mar­garet Thatcher era, and Unwin said that as young so­cial­ists, they wanted to cre­ate a "tele­vi­sion rev­o­lu­tion" that would be fem­i­nist, anti-racist, pro-NHS and anti-Con­ser­v­a­tive.

    Location

    Ca­su­alty and Holby City are both set in Holby City Hospital,in the fic­tional county of Wyvern, in the south-west of England. From the show's in­cep­tion to se­ries 26, episode 16, the city ex­te­rior was rep­re­sented by Bris­tol, in­clud­ing well-known land­marks such as the float­ing har­bour and Clifton Sus­pen­sion Bridge often vis­i­ble in out­door scenes. The City of Bris­tol Col­lege was used as the lo­ca­tion for most ex­te­rior shots of the hos­pi­tal from 1986 until 2002, when a...

    Broadcast

    The pro­gramme has usu­ally been trans­mit­ted on Sat­ur­day nights, al­though for a pe­riod in the late 1980s and early 1990s it switched to Fri­days. The first two se­ries each con­sisted of 15 episodes; se­ries 3 ran for 10 episodes (al­though one of those episodes was post­poned fol­low­ing the death of its guest star, Roy Kin­n­ear); se­ries 4, 5 and 6 were 12, 13, and 15 episodes long re­spec­tively. The final episode of se­ries 6, which fo­cused on a plane crash, was post­poned until F...

    Ca­su­alty fol­lows the pro­fes­sional and per­sonal lives of the med­ical and an­cil­lary staff of Holby City Hos­pi­tal's emer­gency de­part­ment. It fea­tures an en­sem­ble cast of reg­u­lar char­ac­ters, and began with ten main char­ac­ters in its first se­ries. The orig­i­nal char­ac­ters are con­sul­tant Ewart Plim­mer (Bernard Gal­lagher), se­nior house of­fi­cer Baz Samuels (Julia Wat­son), charge nurse Char­lie Fair­head (Derek Thomp­son), staff nurse Clive King (George Har­ris), state en­rolled nurse Megan Roach (Brenda Fricker), stu­dent nurse Lisa "Duffy" Duf­fin (Cathy Ship­ton), para­medics San­dra Mute and An­drew Ponting (Lisa Bow­er­man and Robert Pugh), re­cep­tion­ist Susie Mercier (Deb­bie Roza) and porter Kuba Trzcin­ski(Christo­pher Rozy­cki). Cur­rently, the reg­u­lar cast con­sists of: con­sul­tants Ethan Hardy (George Rains­ford) and Dylan Keogh (William Beck); con­sul­tant in pe­di­atric emer­gency med­i­cine Will Noble (Jack Nolan); spe­cialty reg­is­trar...

    1986–1989, 2015

    The orig­i­nal title se­quence fea­tured a speed­ing am­bu­lance with flash­ing lights ar­riv­ing at ca­su­alty with a po­lice es­cort. A CGI heart mon­i­tor was shown over the ti­tles. The 49 sec­ond se­quence shows the pa­tient's point of view and their jour­ney through the de­part­ment into resus. The heart­beat turned into elec­tric arcs, pos­si­bly as a re­sult of a de­fib­ril­la­tor being used as the bed moves around the hos­pi­tal. The theme is used again in sec­ond episode of se­ries...

    1989–1992

    Se­ries 4, in 1989, launched with a new title se­quence, open­ing with an am­bu­lance trav­el­ling in day­time. Dif­fer­ent ac­tiv­i­ties are then shown, in­clud­ing the am­bu­lance clin­i­cians, hos­pi­tal equip­ment, a pa­tient being treated and a blood pres­sure gauge, all sep­a­rated by flashes of blue light. The next part of the se­quence fea­tures new cam­era shots of the pa­tient's jour­ney into resus.

    1992–1993

    Se­ries 7 from 1992 to 1993 saw a se­quence re­turn­ing to the orig­i­nal style, with the am­bu­lance com­ing over the hill and a new heart­beat line mov­ing across the bot­tom of the screen. As the am­bu­lance ar­rives, the staff come out of the de­part­ment to move the pa­tient to resus.

    The first three se­ries of Ca­su­alty were re­leased on DVD (Re­gion 2, UK) by 2 En­ter­tain/Cin­ema Club. The third was re­leased to co­in­cide with the show's 20th an­niver­sary cel­e­bra­tions. In Aus­tralia the first se­ries was re­leased by Um­brella En­ter­tain­ment. There are no fu­ture DVD re­leases planned at pre­sent for the UK or Aus­tralia.

    The se­ries is aired in Ire­land on RTÉ Oneairs Mon­day at 8.05am and Tues­day to Fri­day at 7.50am. Amer­i­can view­ers can watch the se­ries on Brit­box, a sub­scrip­tion ser­vice U.S. stream­ing ser­vice.

    Holby City

    Holby City began on 12 Jan­u­ary 1999 as a spin-off from Ca­su­alty and is named after the fic­tional Holby City Hos­pi­tal in which both se­ries are set. The show fol­lows the lives and ca­reers of staff and pa­tients on the sur­gi­cal wards of the hos­pi­tal, and deals with a range of clin­i­cal and eth­i­cal is­sues. Sim­i­larly to Ca­su­alty, the reg­u­lar char­ac­ters are all sur­geons, nurses and other med­ical and an­cil­lary staff, with pa­tients played by guest ac­tors, in­clud­ing f...

    Casualty@Holby City

    Re­flect­ing Holby City's ori­gins as a spin-off from Ca­su­alty and the closely re­lated premises of the two pro­grammes, the BBC has screened oc­ca­sional crossover mini-dra­mas en­ti­tled Casualty@​Holby City, fea­tur­ing a num­ber of char­ac­ters from each of the two casts. Mervyn Wat­son, for­mer ex­ec­u­tive pro­ducer of Ca­su­alty, has com­mented on the ori­gins of the idea to fully cross the two shows over for the first time: "I think the idea came from some­body in the com­edy de­par...

    HolbyBlue

    In April 2006, the BBC an­nounced that a spin-off drama from the show, to be named Hol­by­Blue, was in early stages of production. The se­ries fo­cuses on the po­lice ser­vice of Holby South, and aired for the du­ra­tion of its first se­ries on BBC One on Tues­day nights, with Holby City switch­ing back to its for­mer Thurs­day night slot at 8:00 pm. Long run­ning Ca­su­alty char­ac­ter Char­lie Fair­head ap­peared in Hol­by­Blue's first episode, and a full two-part crossover episode with Hol...

    Awards and nominations

    In 2007, Ca­su­alty won its first major award, the BAFTA for the best con­tin­u­ing drama. Long-serv­ing Ian Bleas­dale, who played para­medic Josh Grif­fiths, ac­cepted the award at the cer­e­mony, which took place at the Lon­don Pal­la­dium. He said "To the doc­tors, nurses and am­bu­lance crews, thank you for doing the job you do. I hope we go some way to show­ing ex­actly what it is," and ded­i­cated the award to the show's orig­i­nal pro­ducer, Geraint Mor­ris, who died in 1997. The cast...

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  6. Casualty. (TV series) Casualty, stylised as CASUAL+Y, is a Breetish medical drama series that airs weekly on BBC One (whiles wi a short break in the simmer atween series, but nae ayeweys). It is the langest-runnin emergency medical drama telly series in the warld, an the maist endurin medical drama shawn on prime time telly in the warld.

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