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Epic new Australian drama takes flight

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RFDS set to soar from 8.40pm Wednesday, 11 August

Based on remarkable real-life stories, the gripping new Australian drama RFDS lands after the Olympics at 8.40pm Wednesday, 11 August on Channel 7 and 7plus.

Filmed on location in and around Broken Hill, RFDS captures the beauty and brutality of Australia’s vast centre, where the doctors, nurses, pilots and support staff of the RFDS negotiate the unique challenges of emergency rescues across some of the most inhospitable places in the country.

RFDS stars Logie Award-winning actor Stephen Peacocke (Home and Away, Wanted), Logie Award-winning star of stage and screen Rob Collins (Mystery Road S2, Total Control, Glitch) and acclaimed actors Emma Hamilton (Mr Selfridge, The Tudors), Justine Clarke (Tangle, Hungry Ghosts, The Time Of Our Lives) and Ash Ricardo (Offspring, Bite Club).

Determined to escape her past and start a new life, Dr Eliza Harrod (Emma Hamilton) arrives in outback Australia from the UK. Only days into her new role at the Royal Flying Doctor Service, Eliza finds herself at the forefront of a catastrophic emergency retrieval while Flight Nurse Pete Emerson (Stephen Peacocke) faces an unthinkable tragedy.

Audiences can expect beautiful scenery, deep and thoughtful storylines and a really, good honest look at how the RFDS does its vital work.

Justine Clarke (Base Manager Leonie Smith)

It’s not lost on us that we are representing a really important organisation that means so much to Australia.

Stephen Peacocke (Pete Emerson)

There’s a connection that the folks of the RFDS have with the people that they service which goes beyond doctor patient dynamics. They are a real part of the community.

Rob Collins (Dr Wayne Yates)

RFDS is an Endemol Shine Banks production for the Seven Network, with major production investment from Seven in association with Screen Australia. It was financed with support from Screen NSW through the Made in NSW Fund and the Regional Filming Fund.

RFDS premieres 8.40pm Wednesday, 11 August on Channel 7 and 7plus

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FIRST LOOK: RFDS takes Aussie drama to a new high

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Based on remarkable real-life stories, RFDS portrays the modern-day heroes of the Royal Flying Doctor Service.

The gripping new Australian action-drama coming soon to Channel 7 and 7plus stars Logie Award-winning actor Stephen Peacocke (Home and Away, Wanted), Logie Award-winning star of stage and screen Rob Collins (Mystery Road S2, Total Control, Glitch) and acclaimed actors Emma Hamilton (Mr Selfridge, The Tudors), Justine Clarke (Tangle, Hungry Ghosts, The Time Of Our Lives) and Ash Ricardo (Offspring, Bite Club).

Filmed on location in and around Broken Hill, RFDS captures the beauty and brutality of Australia’s vast centre where the doctors and the nurses, pilots and support staff of the RFDS negotiate the unique challenges of emergency rescues across some of the most inhospitable places in the country.

RFDS is also a story about community and people coming together to laugh, to cry and to triumph over adversity as the RFDS navigate private lives as turbulent and profound as the heart-stopping emergencies they attend. 

This compelling series, led by an incredible cast and team of creatives, is based on the real-life stories of the Royal Flying Doctor Service and highlights the extraordinary work they do, day in, day out.  

RFDS showcases powerful contemporary Australian drama on an epic scale. We are thrilled to bring this rich and engaging series and its magnificent setting of outback Australia to audiences.

Julie McGauran, Seven Network Executive Producer

RFDS is an Endemol Shine Banks production for the Seven Network, with major production investment from Seven in association with Screen Australia. It was financed with support from Screen NSW through the Made in NSW Fund and the Regional Filming Fund.

RFDS is coming soon to Channel 7 and 7plus

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Home and Away 2021

Time to escape to Summer Bay

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Australia’s #1 drama returns in 2021


After the gripping season final earlier this week, Home and Away will explore new beginnings, second chances, love, betrayal and revenge in 2021.

Joining the established ensemble cast is Bridie Carter (McLeod’s Daughters) and Luke Arnold (INXS: Never Tear Us Apart), plus the return of a River Boy.

Bridie Carter stars as Susie McAllister, a real estate agent from Western Australia looking to make a fresh start. Susie quickly establishes herself as a charming, intelligent and attractive out-of-towner who catches the eye of newly single John Palmer (Shane Withington).

Luke Arnold joins as Lewis Hayes, a nurse who went to university with Jasmine (Sam Frost). In the new season, a shared connection between the pair will see sparks fly.

After revealing that he’d like to stay in the bay, Christian (Ditch Davey) asks Tori (Penny McNamee) a life-changing question that will see their relationship progress from a spark to a flame.     

Home and Away returns to Channel 7 and 7plus for its 34th season in early 2021. Catch up on 7plus

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