The Ouch Babies head home and they have tests to make sure they are healthy.
Meet the Ouch Baby families as they await their new arrivals
The Ouch Baby families go to the hospital for an ultrasound scan
The Ouch Babies are born and meet their families for the first time
We learn what the Ouch Babies eat & how the baby’s poo changes colour.
Join our Ouch Babies at home to understand how they see and feel the world around them.
Dr Chris and Dr Xand look at what medicine was like in the First World War and meet a Paralympian runner who swaps her awesome blade for a World War I leather leg. Show more
The doctors prove that we all have invisible ink inside our bodies, and Dr Xand sees head lice removed from someone's hair with a vacuum cleaner. Show more
The doctors look at the awesome work that goes on inside the liver, and Dr Chris extracts snot from members of the public for a very useful experiment. Show more
The doctors reveal what lurks inside the plaque on your teeth, Dr Chris uses a remote-controlled car powered by his own wee, and Dr Xand decides to get his verruca treated. Show more
The doctors meet Larry the vomiting robot, and Dr Xand goes on an urgent mission to deliver blood to a hospital. Show more
The doctors take a close-up look at how the eye works, and Dr Chris finds out what body fat does by looking at some of his own under a microscope. Show more
Dr Chris uses a tiny camera to reveal what happens in his throat when he swallows food, and Dr Xand enters a special chamber that removes sensory data from his brain. Show more
In the last episode of the series, the doctors have picked out some of their favourite moments - get ready to see just how strong your tendons really are. Show more
Dr Chris makes Dr Xand cry to demonstrate how your body makes different types of tears to protect your eyes in different ways. Show more
The doctors take a closer look inside their ears to prove how earwax has a really important job to do, and Dr Xand meets a pioneering professor who makes body parts. Show more
Clips from Operation Ouch! All about bellybuttons, from how the umbilical cord works when you're a baby, to why some people have outy belly buttons.
Clips from Operation Ouch! Discovering how vocal chords, diaphragm and lungs work to allow you to sing.
Clips from Operation Ouch! Discovering why we have microbes and parasites all over our bodies and how they help us.
Clips from Operation Ouch! Discovering how your nerves work.