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Save a Life: 'A' is for airway, 'B' is for breathing


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Presented by Dr Alan Maryon Davies
Would you know what to do if someone, maybe a member of your family, stopped breathing? This programme shows the simple life-saving skill of mouth-to-mouth breathing with Lindsay Duncan and James and Jana Newton.
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Book, "Save a Life: An Instructor's Guide", £4.95 from BBC Publications Video, "The BBC Save a Life Video" of all six programmes showing the full
ABC of resuscitation, price £49.00 plus VAT and postage and packing, is available from: [address removed]


Presenter: Dr Alan Maryon Davies
Guest: Lindsay Duncan
Guest: Jana Newton
Guest: James Newton
Drama written by: Leslie Duxbury
Producer: Jenny Rogers
Producer: Julian Stenhouse

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Save a Life: 'A' is for airway, 'B' is for breathing

BBC Two England, 1 February 1988 14.50

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