Dr Gareth Davies tends to a man who has multiple injuries after being stabbed with a broken mirror. Pius a mini-cab driver having a seizure in a car. Kwame Kwei-Armah narrates. New.
9.30 8/13. Night-shift cases at the A&E department of the Royal London include the victim of an assault under Waterloo Bridge, a man stabbed just outside the hospital and another who's trapped in his car after a collision along the Mile End Road.
Shirley Ann attends a home birth that goes dangerously wrong, while an impatient mum on the labour ward demands a caesarean.
11.00 2/10. Student midwife Laura is surprised by an older mum who experiences very quick labours.
Narrated by Liza Tarbuck.
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