Next Episode of 24 Hours in A&E is
Cameras film around the clock in some of Britain's busiest A&E departments, where stories of life, love and loss unfold every day
This episode looks at how A&E is a place where mums and girlfriends show their natural instinct to protect their men.
King's is a specialist stroke centre, treating over 1300 stroke patients each year. This episode features the work of the stroke team over 24 hours in the Emergency Department.
Brian, who's 74, is brought to King's by ambulance after falling down a flight of stairs. His partner Margaret discusses their life together and the challenges of Brian's severe dementia.
This episode focuses on older patients who've had to show resilience in their lives. Ellen, who's 86, has been brought in by ambulance after her daughters found her collapsed on the floor at home.
This episode shows how A&E is a place where wisdom and insight are passed not just from medic to medic, but also from generation to generation.
Builder Jamie is rushed in after falling from the roof of a building, and four-month-old Weston has been brought to paediatric A&E after suffering from diarrhoea and vomiting for over 24 hours.
Sixteen-year-old Max is brought to King's by air ambulance after falling 14 feet in a skate park, while Hector, who's 13, injured his hip playing football but is proud that he hasn't cried.
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