Casualty is set to air it's first ever improvised episode trends now

Casualty is set to air it's first ever improvised episode trends now
Casualty is set to air it's first ever improvised episode trends now

Casualty is set to air it's first ever improvised episode trends now

Casualty is set to air its first ever improvised episode that will reflect tough realities front-line workers face during high-pressure winter months

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Casualty - the world's longest running primetime medical drama - will air its first ever improvised episode this weekend on BBC1.

The special episode, which breaks from Casualty's traditional scripted format, focuses on paramedics Jan, Iain, Sah and Teddy, who are pushed to breaking point whilst working under pressure.

It has been Casualty's proud tradition over its 36-year history to reflect the difficult realities front-line health care workers are faced with.

Upcoming: Casualty - the world's longest running primetime medical drama - will air its first ever improvised episode this weekend on BBC1

Upcoming: Casualty - the world's longest running primetime medical drama - will air its first ever improvised episode this weekend on BBC1

And this episode continues that tradition as it sheds light on the effect ambulance queues has on the hospital, its patients, and the front-line medical staff themselves.

The episode follows the paramedics across four days and shows the pressure and obstacles they are faced with on busy shifts. 

Jan (Di Botcher) arrives back from holiday with a spring in her step, but is ground down over the course of her shift and makes a terrible mistake, resulting in an accident. 

Tough: The special episode, which breaks from Casualty's traditional scripted format, focuses on paramedics Jan, Iain, Sah and Teddy, who are pushed to breaking point whilst working under pressure

Tough: The special episode, which breaks from Casualty's traditional scripted format, focuses on paramedics Jan, Iain, Sah and Teddy, who are pushed to breaking point whilst working under pressure

Teddy's (Milo Clarke) confidence is undermined on a difficult call out, and Iain (Michael Stevenson) and Sah (Arin Smethurst) both battle with intensely stressful situations.

The trailer showed two

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