Casualty airs at 20:25 on BBC One

Casualty, the globally renowned primetime medical drama, is set to broadcast an exceptional standalone episode that showcases the remarkable teamwork and collaboration displayed by medical services worldwide in their mission to save lives. Departing from its customary format, this groundbreaking episode of Casualty will include insightful commentary from actual medical professionals, marking a first in the history of the series.

In the latest episode, brace yourself for a heart-stopping crash that rocks our beloved characters! A motorcyclist finds themselves in a harrowing predicament when they become trapped under a van.

Iain springs into action, joining forces with other incredible emergency service members to come to the rescue! Their adrenaline-fueled efforts are nothing short of amazing, but little do they know that this accident might have caused life-altering injuries for the motorcyclist.

Meanwhile, back at the hospital, the indomitable Donna faces off against an infuriating and completely sloshed patient. She’s got her hands full dealing with this obnoxious individual and their outrageous behavior. Will she manage to keep her cool?

But that’s not all! Brace yourself for an emotional rollercoaster as Stevie steps up to deliver devastating news to the grief-stricken parents. It’s a heart-wrenching moment as they come to terms with the loss of their dear son.

Jon Sen, Executive Producer of Casualty for BBC Studios says: “To mark the 75th anniversary we wanted to shine a light on the awe-inspiring work of the doctors, nurses and paramedics who work in the NHS. The episode tells a powerful story that dramatises the skill and immense team-work that goes into helping one patient, Amartya, as he fights for his life. We were thrilled when real medical professionals agreed to be interviewed to offer an insight into the highs and lows of dealing with these cases on a daily basis. In this one-off episode the audience gains a truly authentic glimpse behind the curtain to understand what it feels like to stand in the shoes of NHS professionals.”


  • Anna Chell as Jodie Whyte
  • Arin Smethurst as Sah Brockner
  • Barney Walsh as Cam Mickelthwaite
  • Ben Owen-Jones as Ed Lewis
  • Charles Venn as Jacob Masters
  • Davood Ghadami as Eli Ebrahimi
  • Di Botcher as Jan Jenning
  • Eddie-Joe Robinson as Ryan Firth
  • Elinor Lawless as Stevie Nash
  • Gillian Axtell as Dorothy Bevan
  • James Sheldon as PC Striker
  • Jaye Jacobs as Donna Jackson
  • Keir Charles as Rob Watts
  • Lainy Boyle as Tina Haywell
  • Margaret Cowen as Anya Daubney
  • Mark Oosterveen as David Bevan
  • Michael Stevenson as Iain Dean
  • Milo Clarke as Theodore ‘Teddy’ Gowan
  • Neet Mohan as Rashid Masum
  • Nicola Stuart-Hill as Yasmin Das
  • Nicolas Tennant as Greg Abbott
  • Rashid Masum as Neet Mohan
  • Shalisha James-Davis as Paige Allcott
  • Taqi Nazeer as Amartya Das
  • Westerfield Oreoluwa Shoderu as Tom Barnes
  • William Beck as Dylan Keogh
  • Zoe Molyneux as Jade Morton

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