The thirty-second series of the British medical drama television series Casualty began airing on BBC One in the United Kingdom on 19 August 2017. Erika Hossington continued her role as series producer, however, following her resignation in August 2017, was replaced by Lucy Raffety.
Simon Harper begins his role as the show's executive producer.
When the trio return to camp, Dylan tells Sanosi he has an unhealed fracture to his leg, which requires rest.
David organises a cricket match for the children, but as the refugees return to the camp, Dylan notices his wallet is missing.
Emily Carey, Lucy Benjamin, Mitch Hewer and Will Austin also appear as Grace Beauchamp-Strachan, Denise Ellison, Mickey Ellison and Scott Ellison in a recurring capacity.
Speaking of her departure, Yu admitted that it was her decision to leave as she has "been away from home for four years", although she added that she had "been offered another year on her contract". It was announced on 30 July 2017 that actress Sharon Gless would appear in one episode during the series as Zsa Zsa Harper-Jenkinson, the former mentor of Dylan and "a maestro of surgery".
Gless called Zsa Zsa "a wonderful character" who she enjoyed playing.
Producers were still casting the role at the time of the interview.
In an interview with Sophie Dainty of Digital Spy, Raffety confirmed that the show has ceased to use episode titles.