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24 Hours in A&E

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  • 24 episodes
  • Science
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Episode 23: 24 Hours in A&E

Summary

Thirteen-year-old Tom is rushed to St George's after crashing his bike head first into a parked car while racing a friend. Doctors order a CT scan to assess his injuries and must decide whether he will need emergency surgery to his face. Plus, 26-year-old Andy comes to A&E after injuring his knee during a game of Frisbee, and 51-year-old Jason arrives after suffering from blurred vision for two days.
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Review

Rating: 4 out of 5.

There’s something about the 24 Hours cameras that encourage openness; its subjects are often remarkably frank about their feelings, their love and gratitude for the people in their life.

That’s certainly true for Jason, 51, who’s waiting in A&E with Matthew. They met as boys, but their friendship has endured – even through tragedy. “You either run a mile, or you’re there,” says Matthew.

Then there’s Andy, 26, who hurt his knee playing frisbee. His mate Sam (“One of the best things that’s ever happened to me,” says Andy) has been there for him through difficult times – so of course he’s by Andy’s side at St George’s, too.

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DirectorLucie Duxbury
Executive producerSpencer Kelly
ProducerLucie Duxbury
Series directorJackie Waldock
Series directorBruce Fletcher
Series directorAlex Sunderland
Series producerJackie Waldock
Series producerBruce Fletcher
Series producerAlex Sunderland

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  • Episode 23

    24 Hours in A&E

    Summary

    Thirteen-year-old Tom is rushed to St George's after crashing his bike head first into a parked car while racing a friend. Doctors order a CT scan to assess his injuries and must decide whether he will need emergency surgery to his face. Plus, 26-year-old Andy comes to A&E after injuring his knee during a game of Frisbee, and 51-year-old Jason arrives after suffering from blurred vision for two days.
    Recommended

    Review

    Rating: 4 out of 5.

    There’s something about the 24 Hours cameras that encourage openness; its subjects are often remarkably frank about their feelings, their love and gratitude for the people in their life.

    That’s certainly true for Jason, 51, who’s waiting in A&E with Matthew. They met as boys, but their friendship has endured – even through tragedy. “You either run a mile, or you’re there,” says Matthew.

    Then there’s Andy, 26, who hurt his knee playing frisbee. His mate Sam (“One of the best things that’s ever happened to me,” says Andy) has been there for him through difficult times – so of course he’s by Andy’s side at St George’s, too.

    How to watch

    Loading

    Streaming

    Details

    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Crew

    rolename
    DirectorLucie Duxbury
    Executive producerSpencer Kelly
    ProducerLucie Duxbury
    Series directorJackie Waldock
    Series directorBruce Fletcher
    Series directorAlex Sunderland
    Series producerJackie Waldock
    Series producerBruce Fletcher
    Series producerAlex Sunderland
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