The Golden Hour (2005– )
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The Team are called to attend a major accident, where a bus has seemingly tried to avoid hitting a child, resulting in several casualties. The team has one hour to make things right.

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Tim Leandro

Writer:

Andrew Rattenbury (creator)
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Richard Armitage ... Dr. Alec Track
Navin Chowdhry ... Dr. Naz Osbourne
Zoe Telford ... Dr. Jane Cameron
Ciarán McMenamin ... Dr. Paul Keane
Billy Geraghty Billy Geraghty ... Kurt Jagger
Francesca Fowler ... Coma Patient
Pooky Quesnel ... Dr. Christine Whelan
Katy Cavanagh-Jupe ... Una Campbell (as Katy Cavanagh)
Jordan Bethall Jordan Bethall ... Drew Campbell
Lorna Fitzgerald ... Jasmine Campbell
Jason Done ... Nevin
Rebecca Sarker ... Nina Osbourne
Chloe Howman Chloe Howman ... PC Rowena Banks
Finlay Robertson ... Noel
Stuart McQuarrie ... Insp. Simon Padden
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The Team are called to attend a major accident, where a bus has seemingly tried to avoid hitting a child, resulting in several casualties. The team has one hour to make things right.

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Drama

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It's a well produced, exciting first episode.
4 October 2020 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

The airborne team team of medics are called to attend an incident, a bus hit several individuals, it is unknown why the driver swerved.

It's a good start, I can't believe it was made way back in 2005, it still looks very fresh. It's a good premise, an hour to respond and save the situation.

It's a good first episode, it's an interesting concept, I like how we see the complications that come with a crime scene, different people with jobs to do, the public getting involved, it's well conceived.

I liked the first few moments very much, it highlights the thoughts and questions we all have whenever there's an accident or trauma, why me, what if, if only, it helped set up a good episode.

The only irritation, the sheer number of repetitive flashbacks, it is literally made up of them.


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14 September 2005 (UK) See more »

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FremantleMedia See more »
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