Six special treats Casualty are serving up on their 30th anniversary on BBC1 in late August…
The anticipation for Casualty’s 30th anniversary episode on August 27th keeps building. We’re holding our breath and can’t wait to see how these six telly treats taste!
Dead or alive? Clinical lead Connie (Amanda Mealing (opens in new tab)) and her daughter Grace (Emily Carey (opens in new tab)) are trapped in their car after vengeful Steph ran them off a ravine (opens in new tab) road in last month’s series finale cliffhanger… it’s been an agonising wait for fans who want to know, are Connie and Grace dead or alive?
Celebrating Charlie In the lead up to an earth shattering disaster, the ED staff are planning a surprise celebration for Charlie Fairhead. Not only is Casualty 30 years old, original cast member Derek Thompson has been playing the role of nurse Charlie since 1986. That’s something worth celebrating!
Charlie’s angels Familiar faces from the past turn up for Charlie’s celebration. Most notably former paramedic Josh Griffiths, played by Ian Bleasdale. Charlie’s old pal Duffy is also around – which is handy when disaster strikes. All old hands on deck! But will there be more familiar faces?
Duffy clocks in The anniversary episode marks the full-time return of Cathy Shipton (opens in new tab) to the role of Duffy. Fingers crossed for romance between her and Charlie. It’s been building for decades! #Chuffy
Pam springs up EastEnders’ legend Pam St Clement is making a special guest appearance as demanding patient Sally Hodge. Could she be Charlie’s worst patient yet? We certainly hope so!
The promised stunt We know what it is – but we can’t tell you, sorry! However, we can’t wait to read your reactions on Twitter when the episode goes live! Stay in touch with What’s on TV on Twitter (opens in new tab) and use #Casualty30
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