TO PROVIDE ALL PEOPLE written by Owen Sheers
Owen Sheers’ has written the film poem in the voice of the NHS, TO PROVIDE ALL PEOPLE. It celebrates the 70th anniversary of the NHS by telling the story of one day in the NHS, from dusk to dawn, with a single hospital at its heart.
Based on scores of interviews with NHS workers, TO PROVIDE ALL PEOPLE charts the emotional and philosophical map of what defines the NHS and the personal experiences that lie at the heart of the service, and recognises its achievements and the challenges it faces.
The cast includes Michael Sheen, Eve Myles, Jonathan Pryce, Martin Freeman, Michelle Fairley, Meera Syal, Celia Imrie, Suzanne Packer, George Mackay, Sian Phillips and Lesley Manville.
Directed by Pip Broughton and produced by Adrian Bate, Vox Pictures.
TO PROVIDE ALL PEOPLE will be broadcast on BBC One Wales on the 28th June at 9pm and on BBC Two on the 30th June at 8pm.