Why isn’t ‘Casualty’ on BBC One tonight?

Casualty fans, brace yourselves for some mixed news this weekend. The good news? Despite the upheaval caused by Euro 2024 taking over BBC One’s schedule from June 14 to July 14, 2024, you can still catch all the drama from Holby ED. The catch? Casualty will temporarily relocate to BBC Two during this period. So, while football fever grips the nation, your favorite medical drama won’t be far away, promising plenty of thrills and emotional rollercoasters in the upcoming weeks.

Tonight marks the kickoff of Casualty’s new 12-part chapter, “Storm Damage,” airing at 8:20 pm on Saturday, June 15, 2024. Prepare for the aftermath of the Breaking Point finale as a ferocious storm sweeps through Holby City, leaving chaos and destruction in its wake.


Band 5 nurse Cam Mickelthwaite (played by Barney Walsh) finds himself at the heart of the storm, quite literally. Running late due to a missed bus and a phone call with his dad, Cam’s day takes a drastic turn when an accident involving new mum Abigail Donaldson and her daughter Chloe demands his urgent medical attention. With Chloe’s life hanging in the balance, Cam and clinical nurse manager Siobhan McKenzie (Melanie Hill) must navigate the storm’s fury to save her.

On another front, the arrival of new psych liaison nurse Sophia Peters, portrayed by EastEnders’ Kellie Shirley, adds an intriguing twist to Dylan Keogh’s already eventful day on the wards. With a stellar lineup of guest stars including soap favorites and fresh faces, tonight’s episode promises high stakes, gripping drama, and the trademark intensity that Casualty fans thrive on.

So, while football takes center stage elsewhere, Casualty is here to ensure your Saturday nights remain packed with suspense, emotion, and unforgettable medical emergencies. Tune in to BBC Two for “Storm Damage” and brace yourself for an adrenaline-pumping ride through Holby ED’s latest challenges.