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The Golden Hour (TV series)

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The Golden Hour (TV series)

The Golden Hour was an ITV drama series, first shown in 2005.

The series centred on the activities of a specialist medical unit, HEMS (standing for Helicopter Emergency Medical Service) which is based in London, operated by the London Ambulance Service, in dealing with emergency cases. The title refers to the hour which is their critical time for handling emergencies.

The series starred Richard Armitage and Lorna Fitzgerald.

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