Casualty, a BBC Studios production has resumed filming. Further, there are reports that there will be special coronavirus episodes. In March itself, the production was suspended by BBC. At That time COVID 19 was spreading like anything in the UK.
The norms of social distancing will be maintained on the sets of production. so all the cast members will use inventive techniques so that production standards are maintained. The special episodes will explore the effect of the COVID pandemic on the medical staff. They will examine the personal cost of being heroes at a time of the global pandemic.
No doubt, the duration of the episodes of the programme will be shorter and will air for 40 minutes. So here is happy news for all those who loved the programme Casualty. All the cast members including the writers and other team members are back. The upcoming episodes of Casualty will portray the stories of extraordinary times or in other words that time which we are going through presently.
Casualty to resume shooting:
Kate Oates is the head of the show. She said that they are thrilled to return to BBC’s longest-running medical show.
Since many of the team members fall ill due to the COVID pandemic, Connie Beauchamp the clinical lead’s leadership qualities tend to minimize. The role of Connie Beauchamp is well played by bg Amanda Mealing.
Further, her husband Jacob also tested positive for the COVID. Now she has to keep a check on her personal feelings as well. The role of Jacob is played by Charles Venn. Charlie is the senior staff member. He along with Connie has to now face the most gut-wrenching decision. Derek Thompson is portrayed as Charlie.
We will also see how the pandemic will pressurize the general staff. Uriel Emil as Paramedic Lev will move out in lockdown in order to help his child and save him from Cancer.