Robyn Miller, a casualty writer, has died?

Robyn Miller, a casualty writer, has died?

In episode, Robyn Millers lives are on the line (BBC One, 9.20pm, Saturday, October 1 2022 - See our TV Guide for details). Elsewhere, Iain Dean confesses his frustrations with Faith Cadogan, and Dylan Keogh at a high level of cynicism! Is it the time to turn to the clinical lead?

Full spoilers here.

Robyn Miller''''s deadly collapse?

Nurse Robyn Miller is pushing herself to extremes in this week, citing devastating consequences.

Robyn (Amanda Henderson) is desperately attempting to balance her work and her daughter, Charlotte, while also becoming a surrogate for Marty Kirkby and Adi Kapadia.

Robyn is almost slummed during her stint at the overstretched and understaffed ED in Saturdays. However, the poorly-cared nurse reduces it to a late-night costume, combined with a cocktail of medications she is taking in preparation for the surrogacy.

Yet, with both a scan and Charlotte''s play scheduled for later that day, Robyn soldiers on - even when Adi (Raj Bajaj) is unaware of manipulating Marty (Shaheen Jafargholi) into letting him be their biological father!

Robyn, who is stressed and fevered at the end of her shift, collapses in the hospital car park while resting alone and begins coughing up blood.

Will she die?

Iain and Faith torn apart

Tensions between Faith Cadogan (Kirsty Mitchell) and Iain Dean (Michael Stevenson) have boiled over when the troubled Hutton family is re-admitted to the ED after a shock stabbing.

Fans will remember the powerful patient storyline first introduced in the episode (BBC One, 7.45pm, Saturday 03 September 2022, currently on BBC iPlayer) it was the catalyst for a significant rift between flirty friends Iain and Faith, who had a furious disagreement over the best course of action for alcoholic Liv, her son DJ, and Livs father Keith, played by an excellent trio of guest stars.

Faith wanted to know why Liv (Kerry Fitzgerald) fell off the wagon after three years of sobriety, whereas Iain decided to go directly to social services. As a result Liv was railroaded into returning to her fathers house with DJ. Iain stood by his decision, as he desperately wanted to protect DJ (Lawton Dickens) from Liv. Faith, however, was furious and worried there was going on.

When the viewer discovered Faiths instincts were correct, when it was discovered that Keith (Sam Cox) was physically and psychologically abusive to Liv.

It will come as no surprise that the family makes a tragic return to the ED this week. Iain believes it proves he was right all along and is vociferous in sharing this with a convicted Faith.

Is it possible to do them to keep aside their differences and commit to achieving the real truth in the opening scenes? Even before the Huttons situation comes to light, it''s not likely that they can barely talk to each other without arguing!

When one member of the family gets admitted with a fatal knife wound, the relations between the medics are very complex. Will they be left with a death on their conscience?

Also in Casualty this week

Keep an eye on legendary Amanda Barrie, who stars as grouchy patient Elsie Clegg.

Amanda was well-known for the films before landing Alma Baldwin''s role in the film. She also appeared in, and in.

Elsie, an elderly woman, enters the room in this week. Amanda is a vocalist.

Elsie makes her presence evident as soon as she''s caught in the dark, hungry, and hurting - with a chess board on her lap.

The chess fanatic introduces herself to nurse Faith by throwing a pawn at her, naming her Fringe, and requesting a sandwich!

Despite Elsies'' grouchiness, Faith delights her lively patient and ends up refusing a lunch date with one of her co-workers to play chess with her.

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Adam Sina, the exasperated Dylan and Charlie Fairhead face off after Marcus calls an uncomfortable conversation while attempting to save lives.

Will Dylan lose his calm following a shaky day, combined with Marcus'' breathing down his neck?

Despite her beliefs, Stevie Nash (Elinor Lawless) believes there''s more to Faith and Iains love/hate interactions. Is she justified?

Junior paramedic Teddy Gowan (Milo Clarke) gets some relief when Iain starts cracking bad jokes. We say: Iains funnies aren''t a patch on those of Ethan Hardy (George Rainsford) AKA the EDs king of the Dad Jokes But let the battle begin!

This episode of BBC One will air on Saturday, October 1, 2022, at 9.20pm, and will be available on iPlayer after it is broadcast.

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