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A&E nurses of the past star in Casualty 1909

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The fact-based costume drama Casualty 1909 returns to Sunday night on BBC One.

The new six-part series, which revolves around life at the Royal London Hospital a century ago, follows the success of previous series Casualty 1906 and Casualty 1907. It will be screened at 9pm.

It returns to the London hospital in the ‘teeming, dangerous, desparately poor’ East End of the early 20th Century, featuring story lines on the Suffragettes, the birth of animal rights, and the use of chloroform as an anaesthetic.



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