Always And Everyone (ITV 1999-2002, Martin Shaw, Niamh Cusack)

Always and Everyone was a medical drama series that aired for four seasons on the ITV Network between 1999 and 2002 and starred Martin Shaw and Niamh Cusack.

The series told stories of the doctors, especially Robert Kingsford (Shaw) and Christine Fletcher (Cusack) working in the hectic A&E department of large city hospital Saint Victors.

Quite a few changes occured on the show over the course of its run, Michael Kitchen arrived as Jack Turner at the start of the third season as did Jane Danson (as Sam Docherty). Most of the main cast left after the end of the third season.

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From season three the title was shortened to simply A & E.

production details

UK / ITV – Granada / 40×60 minute episodes / 1999 – 2002

Producer: Francis Hopkinson / Script Editor: Diederick Santer /  Theme Music: Julian Brookhouse / Executive Producers: Susan Hogg, Simon Lewis,

MARTIN SHAW as Robert Kingsford
NIAMH CUSACK as Christine Fletcher
DAVID HAREWOOD as Mike Gregson (to season three)
ESTHER HALL as Louise Macken (to season three)
PAUL WARRINER as Stuart Phelan (to season three?)
DAVID PARTRIDGE as David Scobie (to season three?)
JANE SCAVIN as Cathy Jordan (to season three?)
TAMZIN MALLESON as Kate Brady (to season three)
JANE DANSON as Sam Docherty (from season three)
MICHAEL KITCHEN as Jack Turner (from Season three)
BEN TAYLOR as James Da Costa (season three) – in the context of the show his character is well known as a TV medical boffin.

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Season Four regulars:-
JAMES MURRAY as Danny Barton
EMILY HAMILTON as Saskia Walker

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