Next Episode of 24 Hours in A&E is
Cameras film around the clock in some of Britain's busiest A&E departments.
Thirteen-year-old Will gets a CT scan for head injuries sustained in a baseball accident, baby Amira has an irregular heartbeat, and pizza delivery rider Chris has been knocked off his motorbike.
Carole, who's 45, has had a heart attack. She talks about being put into care when she was 11, using heroin, turning her life around then losing touch - until recently - with her partner.
The staff at St George's tackle one of their most dramatic and unusual emergencies. Rail worker Alan has been hit by a high-speed train and is at risk of losing his right arm.
Eleven-month-old Isabel is rushed to St George's after suffering a fit and becoming unconscious. And 22-year-old Felix is brought in with a self-inflicted stab wound.
This episode focuses on older patients who are often reluctant to get the help they need, and younger patients who are treated after very different accidents.
This episode explores freedom, independence and renewal. Tree surgeon David, who has fallen 40 feet, lives every day to the full. Anne spent 30 years in an asylum. Now she's making up for lost time.
This episode meets patients who've found love in unexpected ways. Anthony met his partner online while she was learning English. Gladys, who's 83, used to be married to her husband's brother.
This episode focuses on close relationships between parents, children and partners. Nine-year-old Robert, who has a dangerously high heart rate, comes in with his dad.
This episode focuses on strong women who find themselves in A&E on the same day with a wide range of problems.
This episode focuses on patients recovering from broken bones as well as broken relationships. Fifty-year-old Nikki and her mum Angela have been in a serious car crash.
Ten-month-old baby Amy is rushed to St George's after she's stopped breathing. Meanwhile, expectant dad Craig has had a miraculous escape after falling 30 feet while motocross racing.
This episode meets families whose strong bonds have been forged through adversity. Retired doctor Patrick is brought to St George's after falling from his horse and being dragged 40 metres.
This episode meets patients and families looking to the future rather than dwelling on the past. Scott, who was diagnosed with schizophrenia as a teenager, has badly cut his knee on a night out.
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