BBC's medical drama gets a fresh take in a TV first.
The soap star and music shop owner was elected as an Independent candidate to Tenby Town Council.
As ever, it’s been a dramatic year in soapland, so here’s a rundown of the most impactful moments.
Fans are urging the BBC to reverse its decision to cancel 'Holby City' after more than 20 years of the medical drama.
The medical drama will come to an end in March 2022 after 23 series.
It's been 11 years since she played the character of Vanessa Lytton.
Do you know your Dingles from your Dixons? Identify these British soaps from just three characters.
The BBC One drama is using 'inventive techniques and careful planning' to maintain social distancing on set.
Casualty star Jason Durr has told how his mother died after contracting COVID-19, just days after his sister-in-law died of cancer
The BBC medical dramas are in discussions with local NHS services to provide personal protective equipment such as gloves and masks.
Cathy Shipton has played nurse Duffy since the pilot episode in 1986.
Andy Murray and Serena Williams' mixed doubles match saw the medical drama bumped from the schedules at the last minute.
For many, Karen Clifton and Casualty star Charles Venn's seriously impressive first competition dance on Strictly last weekend was a joy to watch.
The former Emmerdale star played Nikhil Sharma in the ITV soap for around four years, and his latest role has been revealed in the BBC One show’s autumn trailer. In the clip, Rik is seen portraying new F1 doctor Sebastian Grayling but looks set to clash with Dylan Keogh (William Beck). Charlie Fairhead (Derek Thompson) and Duffy’s (Cathy Shipton) burgeoning romance also gets some air time in the teaser clip as they stare into one another’s eyes.
Casualty has become a British TV institution over the years after airing its first episode on September 6, 1986. The BBC show is the longest running medical drama series in the world and has kick-started the acting career of many a famous face along the way. We have delved into the archives, in particularly The Casualty: Spot The Star collection - which is available now from the BBC Store - to find out what our favourite stars of today got up to in the wards of Holby City Hospital.
More details about what we can expect from Casualty’s explosive 30th anniversary special have been revealed, with the BBC teasing new information that’s made the episode sound EVEN better. As if having EastEnders legend Pam St Clement as part of the cast wasn’t enough, it’s been announced that Josh Griffiths, played by Ian Bleasdale, will return to Holby for the special episode. In the feature-length extravaganza, Josh returns to the infamous hospital to help celebrate Charlie Fairhead’s amazing 30 years of service to NHS.
EastEnders legend Pam St Clement is swapping Albert Square for Holby, returning to our TV screens with a guest role in Casualty’s 30th anniversary episode. Pam, of course, played the iconic Pat Butcher in EastEnders from 1986 to her character’s death in 2012. Now, Pam is taking on the role of Sally Hodge for Casualty’s big 30th anniversary special, a patient who is ‘very grumpy’ and is initially not trusting of Senior Staff Nurse Charlie Fairhead (Derek Thompson).