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24 Hours in A&E Series 1 Episode 9 – ‘Til We Meet Again

The next episode of 24 Hours in A&E, filmed at Nottingham University Hospital NHS Trust’s (NUH) Queen’s Medical Centre (QMC), airs on Monday 17 July, at 9 pm, on Channel 4.

The RTS award-winning documentary returns from its new home at QMC – one of the busiest A&E departments in the country. A place where stories of life, love and loss unfold every single day.

This episode reveals the stories of three mothers being separated in different ways from their children.

87-year-old Joan is rushed into Queen’s Medical Centre after falling and having her head cut open as a Nottingham tram pulled away from a stop. As Registrar Matt and colleagues work to clean and stitch the wound, we hear about the life of Joan’s daughter Lorna and the tragic incident that took place when Lorna was 23.

13-year-old Prince has his mum Sandra to support him in A&E as doctors attempt to realign his broken leg bones. We hear from Sandra about her own childhood growing up in Ghana and how her mother left for the UK when Sandra was six years old.  It was 10 years before Sandra saw her mother again.

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The staff treat 19-year-old Rose for potential life-changing neck and back injuries after being thrown into the air by a car, her mother Sarah is desperately trying to get back from Portugal to be with her. We hear from Sarah of an event that took place when Rose was eight that would have a life-changing impact on Rose as well as Sarah.

During September and October 2021, the Trust welcomed cameras into the Emergency Department at Queen’s Medical Centre for the first series to be filmed outside of London.

A total of 24 programmes were recorded and the first seven episodes were broadcast earlier this year.

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