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Episode 5: 24 Hours in A&E

Summary

Fifty-four-year-old James is rushed to A&E after a head on collision with his car windscreen, leaving doctors concerned he may have sustained a serious life changing injury. Elsewhere, Justice waits with his girlfriend Elissa to have a worrying lump on his finger examined.
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Review

One of the messages that comes through loud and clear in this series is how important it is to make the most of every precious moment in life.

James, 54, has been blue-lit in with a potentially life-altering injury after a head-on collision in his car. While his wife Pauline waits for news, she describes how, in his desire to provide for his loved ones, James would work long hours, often at the cost of his family life. 

Conversely, we hear how 88-year-old Margaret, brought in after collapsing at her care home, has had an astonishingly adventurous and full life that took her from rural Scotland to London in the Swinging Sixties.

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Executive producerBenjamin Leigh
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  • Episode 5

    24 Hours in A&E

    Summary

    Fifty-four-year-old James is rushed to A&E after a head on collision with his car windscreen, leaving doctors concerned he may have sustained a serious life changing injury. Elsewhere, Justice waits with his girlfriend Elissa to have a worrying lump on his finger examined.
    Recommended

    Review

    One of the messages that comes through loud and clear in this series is how important it is to make the most of every precious moment in life.

    James, 54, has been blue-lit in with a potentially life-altering injury after a head-on collision in his car. While his wife Pauline waits for news, she describes how, in his desire to provide for his loved ones, James would work long hours, often at the cost of his family life. 

    Conversely, we hear how 88-year-old Margaret, brought in after collapsing at her care home, has had an astonishingly adventurous and full life that took her from rural Scotland to London in the Swinging Sixties.

    How to watch

    Loading

    Details

    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Crew

    rolename
    DirectorJosie Besbrode
    Executive producerTom Wilde
    Executive producerBenjamin Leigh
    ProducerJosie Besbrode
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