24 Hours in A&E Specials
24 Hours in A&E Specials
First Air Date: June 04, 2013
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0x12 Worlds Collide (March 30, 2021)
A look at memorable stories from St George's in South London, showcasing patients who've come to London from across the world, including Mohammed, from Somaliland, who's been hit by a bike.
0x11 Never Really Alone (March 08, 2021)
A fond look back at some memorable patients filmed at King's in south London, including a 72-year-old with a clot on her brain and a woman who fell off her chair at bingo.
0x10 Guardian Angels (November 25, 2020)
Look backing at some of the most memorable stories filmed at King's College Hospital, including a young woman who had been knocked unconscious in an attack on her way home. Elsewhere, 91-year-old Rose is rushed to King's with a suspected stroke, and reminisces about the strength and resilience of her own grandmother, and a junior doctor talks about his background growing up in Liverpool.
0x09 Journey Of Life (November 18, 2020)
Featuring the stories of another three patients, including a retired air stewardess who was rushed into hospital after seriously cutting her leg as her best friend's 70th birthday party. Monica arrives in A&E with hip pain, and talks about growing up in Trinidad and her early years working in the UK as a nurse, and patient Christine has stroke-like symptoms and is suffering with tremors on the left side of her body.
0x08 Family Ties (November 11, 2020)
A look back at some of the most memorable stories filmed at King's College Hospital in South London, featuring two patients seen after life-threatening accidents, and a third who is elderly and evokes feelings of loss, happiness and pride for an onlooker in the waiting room.
0x07 Miracles (October 14, 2020)
A look back at some memorable stories from down the years, including Sam, a motorcyclist who crashed into a bus and was thrown under a car, leaving him bent double with multiple fractures.
0x06 Survivors (August 04, 2020)
A return to memorable stories about patients and staff who've overcome setbacks and adversity. Four-year-old Maddi, who previously had complex neck surgery, has fallen over on a train.
0x05 On the Edge (July 28, 2020)
A return to some memorable stories from King's College A&E, including a builder who fell down a hole, and a reformed prisoner who turned his life around due to the love of his wife.
0x04 Ready for Anything (July 21, 2020)
A return to memorable stories from King's College and St George's in south London. Jim, who's 79, chats to nurses about lessons he's learnt from life. Van driver Tony has been in a collision.
0x03 Remembrance Day (July 14, 2020)
Some of the most memorable stories from south London's St George's hospital, including Sir John and his devoted son Jonathan, and three-year-old Shane with a suspected broken leg.
0x02 Heart Special (March 20, 2020)
In partnership with the British Heart Foundation, follows the stories of three patients treated for cardiac problems, including a 24-year-old ice hockey player.
0x01 The Making of 24 Hours in A&E (June 04, 2013)
24 Hours in A&E is one of Channel 4's groundbreaking and critically acclaimed programmes. This documentary takes a look behind the scenes at how this large-scale production is made through every stage of the process. It asks why King's College Hospital allowed the cameras in, what impact the series has had on the hospital staff, and why the public agree to be filmed. Unlike most documentaries, the series captures life in the Emergency Department using what's called a 'fixed rig'. This programme captures the rig being set up, as 92 remotely-operated cameras, 100 microphones and 16 miles of wiring are installed in the department by technicians. The programme shows how the crew of 170 - an unprecedented number for a documentary - is assembled and trained. The team work on site for six weeks of non-stop round-the-clock filming, handling 8000 hours of footage to make 28 episodes of the series, which is broadcast in 54 countries.