The Golden Hour (2005– )
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A Tanker crashes into a Community Centre, leaving several people injured.

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Julian Holmes

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
Pooky Quesnel ... Dr. Christine Whelan
Francesca Fowler ... Coma Patient
Rebecca Sarker ... Nina Osbourne
Christopher Fulford ... Jack Dean
Yasmin Paige ... Cherry Dean
Wendy Nottingham Wendy Nottingham ... Elaine Dean
Cathryn Bradshaw ... Beth Stanley
Amanda Drew Amanda Drew ... Peta Larkinson
Alfie Hunter Alfie Hunter ... Nathan (as Alfi Hunter)
Jonny Phillips ... Philip Hughes (as Jonny Philips)
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A Tanker crashes into a Community Centre, leaving several people injured.

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Everything that happens, happens for a reason.
6 October 2020 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

A truck crashes into a Community Centre, resulting in several injuries, the tanker contains a possibly hazardous substance.

It's a decent episode, but I'd say it's perhaps the weakest so far, this one has balanced more towards soap story than action drama, it begins like an episode of Casualty, but the focus is more on the personal lives of the characters.

The structure of the episode wasn't quite as good as the first two episodes, perhaps lacking a little bit of suspense.

Jane is becoming a bit of a Nightmare, she's playing the men, and definitely set to cause mayhem. Both guys need to move on.

It's becoming slightly apparent how the restraints of the format meant we only had one series.

A good episode, 6/10.


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28 September 2005 (UK) See more »

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