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The lives of firefighters at Blackwall Fire Station.
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Series cast summary:
Glen Murphy ...  George Green / ... 170 episodes, 1988-2002
Richard Walsh ...  Sicknote / ... 147 episodes, 1988-2000
Ben Onwukwe ...  Recall / ... 138 episodes, 1991-2002
Shirley Greenwood ...  Maggie 130 episodes, 1988-2001
Michael Garner ...  Geoffrey 'Poison' Pearce / ... 129 episodes, 1993-2002
Amanda Dickinson ...  Jean / ... 109 episodes, 1988-2000
Andrew Kazamia ...  Nick / ... 96 episodes, 1991-1998
Vanessa Pett ...  Kelly / ... 95 episodes, 1990-2001
...  Hallam / ... 87 episodes, 1988-1996
...  Bayleaf / ... 83 episodes, 1988-1996
Ross Boatman ...  Kevin / ... 83 episodes, 1988-2000
John Alford ...  Billy / ... 71 episodes, 1993-1998
Kim Clifford ...  Sandra / ... 71 episodes, 1988-1998
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The lives of firefighters at Blackwall Fire Station.

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Several of the location shoots throughout the entire series were shot in Cambridgeshire and involved not just the cast and real firefighters from the London fire brigade but also featured crews from Cambridge fire and rescue service too. See more »

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Spun-off from London's Burning (1986) See more »

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As good as "Third Watch"... and came first
18 November 2003 | by See all my reviews

It took fifteen years for "London's Burning" to be shown in France, but it was worth-waiting. Though it may seem a little outdated in comparison with its more cinematic American equivalent "Third Watch", it still is a very good show with its own strong virtues. No excessive pyrotechnics, no frenetic rhythm, but solid plotlines and convincing, realistic characters. Actors have a great part in success of this series, with a special mention to the excellent Richard "Sicknote" Walsh. A must-see for viewers enjoying stories about heroes that happen to be also human beings.


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