Canada Markets closed

Casualty confirms when missing episode will air

·2 min read
Photo credit: BBC
Photo credit: BBC

Casualty spoilers follow.

Casualty's episode pulled from last week's BBC One schedule will air on Saturday, October 30 instead.

Following the tragic real-life fatal stabbing of Conservative MP Sir David Amess on Friday, October 15, the soap's instalment titled 'Two Tribes' was removed from air as it featured a gang-related knife incident involving doctor Rash Masum (Neet Mohan).

Casualty wasn't the only show to be removed from last week's BBC schedule either, as Friday's episodes of topical panel show Have I Got News for You and Greg Davies' new sitcom The Cleaner were also taken off air and are due for rescheduling.

Photo credit: BBC
Photo credit: BBC

Related: Casualty to finally reveal new clinical lead following Connie Beauchamp's exit

The rescheduled episode will focus on Rash's relationship with his former best friend's sister Hafsa and a troubled young boy, Rayan, she introduces him to.

Rayan is stabbed by Kyle from The Farmstead gang, who later turns up at the hospital in an attempt to silence him, but is stopped by Charlie Fairhead who reminds him that his mom was an anti-gang campaigner.

As events unfold, Rash learns that Rayan is involved with drugs and has been organising children to deal for him. It then comes to light that Hafsa knows and she confides in Rash that she's working undercover.

Photo credit: BBC
Photo credit: BBC

Related: Casualty – an oral history by its stars and creators

Rash is left unconvinced, but agrees to offer his medical assistance to anyone injured during gang-related activities. However, it seems he's right to be suspicious as we later see Hafsa making a phone call to another gang member revealing that she has a doctor on her side.

Just who is Hafsa really working for?

Casualty airs on Saturdays on BBC One.

Read more Casualty spoilers on our dedicated homepage

You Might Also Like

Our goal is to create a safe and engaging place for users to connect over interests and passions. In order to improve our community experience, we are temporarily suspending article commenting