Episode 2





Vitamin Sea



Rosemary Doherty - End of Life Care Education Lead is played by Lorraine Horgan

David Woodruff - Project Manager is played by Matt Wilkinson

Dr Toby Webster - Doctor in Training, F1 is played by Wilf Scolding





Matt Wilkinson Wilkinson trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and has performed in theatre, film, television and animation. Early theatre work included Alan Bennett's The Wind in the Willows (Old Vic, 1996) directed by Jeremy Sams, and in 1997 The Warp for Ken Campbell (Barnet), Take Away (Lyric Hammersmith) and The Birds (The Gate). He was also seen in The Gift (BBC)[1] directed by Danny Hiller. In 1998 he played Torvald in A Doll's House (Harrogate) and performed in Playing Hide and Seek with Jesus by Richard Herring (Pleasance, Edinburgh) directed by Jeremy Herrin.[2] More film work included 'The Avengers' (Warner Bros),[3] The Jolly Boys' Last Stand with Andy Serkis and Sacha Baron Cohen[4] and The Tichborne Claimant directed by David Yates,[5] both with Bigger Picture Company. In 1999 David Hayman directed him in Harbour Lights II (BBC)[6] and over the next few years Wilkinson took roles in The Mystery of Men (BBC) [7], It's A Girl Thing (Channel 4), Shackleton (Channel 4), Ali G Inda House and About A Boy (both Working Title).[8] [9] In 2003 he performed in Hideki Noda's play Red Demon (Young Vic, London).[10] Parts followed in V for Vendetta (Warner Bros.2005),[11] The Message (BBC 2006)[12] and Finkle in Finkle's Odyssey (Large Films, 2006).[13] In 2011 he played Trigorin in The Seagull at the Arcola Theatre, London with Geraldine James Since 2009 Wilkinson has contributed over 20 characters to Thomas & Friends (HIT Entertainment) including Rocky, Spencer, Kevin, Charlie, Stanley, Cranky and Farmer McColl in the UK dub as well as Rusty, Diesel 10, Winston and Ben (since Season 22) in both dubs.[15] His first animation was playing Weasel on Watership Down (CITV, 1999).[16] Other work includes Empire Square (Channel 4, 2006)[17] created and directed by Dave Rowntree from Blur, The Adventures of Bottle Top Bill and His Best Friend Corky (Channel 5, 2007),[18] Boris, Zed et al in 64 Zoo Lane (CBBC, 2009),[19] Bunny Maloney in Bunny Maloney (MoonScoop, 2009),[20] Trust Me I'm A Genie (Millimages, 2011),[21] Justin and the Knights of Valor (Kandor, 2013),[22] rude-boy Stevie in The Unbeatables (Universal, 2014) and Mr. Fuzzy in 101 Dalmatian Street (Disney, 2018).[23] He has narrated Cops With Cameras (ITV)[24] and voiced Scott in Blizzard: Race to the Pole (BBC, 2006).[25] For gamers he is Murmur in EA's Hellgate:London, Frida in LittleBigPlanet (PS4), Alexander the Great in Total War: Arena and Felix and Gor-Rok in Total War: Warhammer II (both Creative Assembly). Wilkinson's break in the ad world came when he signed to do the Be The Best army campaigns of the late 1990s. Since then he has voiced numerous commercials for TV and radio including the iconic If Carlsberg did

Lorraine Horgan Lorraine is an Irish actress, originally from County Meath. She now lives in London. Her recent TV credits include THERE SHE GOES, BBC directed by Simon Hynd; PEAKY BLINDERS, BBC / Tiger Aspect directed by Otto Bathurst. Theatre Credits include: SOME VOICES, Irish Touring Company/Purple Heart, directed by John O'Brien; OLEANNA, Samuel Beckett Centre, directed by Jonathan Spector; SKYLIGHT, Focus Theatre, directed by Deirdre O'Connell; THE CHERRY ORCHARD, The New Theatre, directed by Ronan Wilmot; THE ENTERTAINER, The New Theatre directed, by Ronan Wilmot; BRUTOPIA, Corridor Theatre, directed by Cathy McGregor; Pelagia, THE REZ SISTERS, Niche Theatre directed, by Nick Taylor; THE SHAPE, Focus Theatre, directed by Liam Halligan; UNIDENTIFIED HUMAN REMAINS AND THE TRUE NATURE OF LOVE, Abberant Theatre, directed by Jeff Miller. Lorraine is a professional Radio correspondent and voice over artist. She has worked across LBC, Capital, Heart, Classic FM, Radio X and for RTE Radio in Ireland. She has voiced high profile campaigns for Guinness, SMA Baby Milk, Tesco, Hillarys, Subway, BUPA to name a few.