During the First World War, Kitty Trevelyan tries to put the past troubles behind her as she joins two other girls to volunteer at one of the busy war hospitals in northern France.
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Series cast summary:
Hermione Norris ...  Matron Grace Carter 6 episodes, 2014
Oona Chaplin ...  Kitty Trevelyan 6 episodes, 2014
Richard Rankin ...  Capt Thomas Gillan 6 episodes, 2014
Marianne Oldham ...  Rosalie Berwick 6 episodes, 2014
Alice St. Clair ...  Flora Marshall 6 episodes, 2014
Kevin Doyle ...  Lt Col Roland Brett 6 episodes, 2014
Suranne Jones ...  Sister Joan Livesey 6 episodes, 2014
Alex Wyndham ...  Capt Miles Hesketh-Thorne 6 episodes, 2014
Jack Gordon ...  Cpl Peter Foley 6 episodes, 2014
Jeremy Swift ...  QMS Reggie Soper 6 episodes, 2014
Kerry Fox ...  Sister Margaret Quayle 5 episodes, 2014
Simon Wilson ...  Padre 3 episodes, 2014
Daniel Betts ...  Jaco Tillens 2 episodes, 2014
Abigail Eames ...  Mathilde Tillens 2 episodes, 2014
Stephan Luca Stephan Luca ...  Anton Erhlich 2 episodes, 2014
Adam James ...  Col Charles Purbright 2 episodes, 2014
Karl Davies ...  Cpl Lawrence Prentiss / ... 2 episodes, 2014
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During the First World War, Kitty Trevelyan tries to put the past troubles behind her as she joins two other girls to volunteer at one of the busy war hospitals in northern France.

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Drama | War

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Reggie Soper is addressed as 'sergeant' throughout the series, but wears the rank of a staff sergeant (three stripes and a crown, as opposed to the three stripes only of a sergeant) and should therefore be addressed (given that he is is the Royal Army Medical Corps) as 'staff'. Though, as he is in charge of the quartermaster stores, he would usually be addressed as 'Q'. See more »

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Featured in The Wright Stuff: Episode #19.70 (2014) See more »

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Excellent emotive telly
5 May 2014 | by suehughjackSee all my reviews

As a fan of period dramas, I knew The Crimson Field would be up my street, but I have really loved every second of this and will be devastated if this is the only series. The mix of well known actors and new faces was inspired casting and I've been hooked by all the characters and the back stories which emerged over the first couple of episodes. Still so much to be resolved and only one episode left. How can this be?? Richard Rankin and Oona Chaplin deserve special mention for their sizzling tension and I would love them to have their happy ending! But as a seasoned drama addict, I know that what the viewer wants isn't always what is delivered by the writer. Talking of the writer, Sarah Phelps has excelled herself in creating this and I really hope the BBC see sense and commission at least one more series to bring her remaining ideas to life.


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21 June 2015 (USA) See more »

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