24 Hours In A&E

9:00pm Wednesday, August 15 on C4

The final episode of the series focuses on men with very different problems who are all being treated at King’s College Hospital’s Emergency Department on a busy night shift. Stacey, a 37-year-old dad of six, is suffering from breathing difficulties; 26-year-old Andrew arrives at King’s with back pain after being knocked off his motorbike by a car; Sam has been rushed to resus after an attack outside a nightclub; and Henry has had hiccups for three days.

9:00pm Wednesday, August 8 on C4

This episode focuses on patients whose illnesses prove tricky to diagnose. Nine-year-old Tino is rushed to resus after slumping over her desk at school. Treating Tino is consultant Liz, but despite her years of experience, even she isn’t initially certain what’s wrong with Tino. In majors, 45-year-old Karen’s condition is more complicated than it first appears. And 11-year-old Bailey has been brought to King’s after he was run over by a slow moving car.

9:00pm Wednesday, June 20 on C4

The RTS award-winning series continues, offering a dramatic and revelatory insight into love, life and loss on the frontline of the NHS. A powerful and cautionary episode follows the work of King’s College Hospital’s A&E department on the night that singing superstar Whitney Houston died aged 47 as King’s fills up with young people who were having fun with their friends when disaster struck.

9:00pm Wednesday, June 13 on C4

The RTS award-winning series continues, offering a dramatic and revelatory insight into love, life and loss on the frontline of the NHS. This episode focuses on young men in their prime. One is a fitness fanatic who arrives seriously injured after a canal barge accident, while another is a pre-operative transsexual with a sore finger following a night’s clubbing. Meanwhile, in resus, 80-year-old Jean has been brought to King’s by ambulance after collapsing at home.

9:00pm Wednesday, May 23 on C4

The RTS award-winning series continues a brand new 14-part run, offering a dramatic and revelatory insight into love, life and loss on the frontline of the NHS. Filmed around the clock for six weeks at King’s College Hospital in south London, one of Britain’s busiest A&E departments, each programme focuses on people treated within the same 24-hour period. A quarter of all patients treated in King’s A&E are children. This episode follows some of their stories for the first time, as well as one of A&E’s youngest recruits; 27-year-old emergency medicine trainee Matt.

9:00pm Wednesday, May 16 on C4

The RTS award-winning 24 Hours in A&E returns for a brand new 14-part series, offering a dramatic and revelatory insight into love, life and loss on the frontline of the NHS. Filmed around the clock for six weeks at King’s College Hospital in south London, one of Britain’s busiest A&E departments, each programme focuses on people treated within the same 24-hour period. 24 Hours in A&E is a powerful, intimate and at times humorous – but ultimately heart-warming – portrait of modern Britain in all its variety.The first episode kicks off during the morning rush hour, meeting workers who set off on their daily commute but find themselves fighting for their lives in the skilful hands of the A&E team.

9:00pm Wednesday, May 11 on C4

With 70 cameras filming round the clock for 28 days, this new series offers unprecedented access to one of Britain’s busiest A&E departments, at King’s College Hospital in London.

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