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There is no Next Episode of 24 Hours in A&E planned.
The third series begins with a powerful episode about how our lives can change forever in the blink of an eye.
Eighty-year-old grandmother Rose has fluid on her lungs and is having trouble breathing, and 55-year-old trucker Kevin has serious injuries after his lorry rolled down a verge.
A powerful cautionary episode: Neil is flown in by helicopter after a head-on road collision, and Matias needs help after trapping his hands in a train door and being dragged along the platform.
It's Valentine's Day and love is in the air at King's College Hospital's Accident and Emergency Department.
The award-winning series filmed at King's College Hospital continues with a moving and emotional episode about head injuries and the power of unconditional love.
This episode focuses on the worried parents of a young girl who fell dangerously at the diving pool, and the difficult work of the hospital's security team.
The series that goes behind the scenes at King's College Hospital takes a moving - and sometimes light-hearted - look at when boys become men, and passing the baton between the generations.
This episode is about living life to the full and not looking back. Forty-seven-year-old Gary was on his motorcycle when he had a head-on collision with a car.
The series continues with a touching episode about people living on their own and reaching out to others. Scaffolder Thomas has been hit on the head by a six-metre pole on a building site.
The RTS Award-winning series continues with an episode about how men deal with pain - whether it's from injury or a broken heart...
This touching episode explores the responsibility of caring for elderly relatives, while reflecting on the full, and often colourful, lives that some of the older patients at King's have led.
The series continues with an episode in which husbands and wives reflect on their enduring marriages and the changing nature of love. The A&E staff discuss wisdom and experience.
A powerful episode about the challenges of motherhood and the responsibility of raising sons.
This episode focuses on fall-related and alcohol-related injuries. One in ten patients in A&E comes in after a fall.
The King's medical team deal with challenges ranging from a critically-injured dad to an aggravated prisoner, while 79-year-old patient Jim builds up a rapport with the female staff.
This episode focuses on the different ways that people deal with pain and how the care and support of friends and family can help you get through almost anything.
Senior sister Jen's first case of the night shift is a young man who's had a severe reaction to the recreational drug GBL.
This moving episode looks at the start and end of life, as well as the joys and fears of living alone.
On a busy Saturday night in A&E the staff have to juggle the needs of elderly patients and sick children with patients who are drunk or violent.
This episode focuses on a young girl who is seriously injured when she's run over by a bus, as well as other pedestrians who've ended up as patients in A&E at King's College Hospital.
This episode focuses on men of all ages facing illness and their fears.