Drama depicting the private and working lives of the hospital staff, paitents and others attending a small but frantically busy accident and emergency department of the large Holby General hospital.
Mark Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
Before the first series was shown, it was described as being a "northern Hospital", often thought of as possibly being similar to St. James' in Leeds, but never of course confirmed. Only really from the second series onwards did references to it being in Bristol start appearing in the media. However when a new producer, Peter Norris
, was brought in for Season 4, he decided to play down the association between Holby and Bristol, and so Duffy's West Country accent disappeared and fewer recognizable Bristol locations were used. Despite this, some links to Bristol have remained, even after filming moved to Cardiff in 2011: in Casualty: Death and Doughnuts
(2012) a patient's phone number was shown as starting 0117, the code for Bristol, though a fictitious district code 456 was used. See more
[a flat screen for tracking patients' waiting times has just been delivered to the department
What on earth is that for?
Action replays of your greatest life-saving moments. I love short films.
I see your humour implant didn't take, then.
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