We return for a second series looking at the lives of surgeons at Birmingham’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
In what appears to be one of the longest documentary series to make, this two-part series looks at new treatments … [ Read More ]
The last episode in the current series takes us to Liverpool’s Alder Hey Children’s Hospital.
This week we are at the Royal Liverpool University Hospital looking at the problems with transplant operations.
Part of Horizon, Dr. Hannah Fry examines the issue of technology in the NHS and if artificial intelligence can out-perform … [ Read More ]
Here, we will be examining what has to be the bloodiest TV show ever, what is rather disturbing given that … [ Read More ]
My hometown of Stockton-on-Tees is the focus of tonight’s Panorama.
The actress Ruth Madeley examines treatments in spina bifida, a disorder that she herself suffers from.
Dr. Javid Abdelmoneim looks into the controversial world of crash diets, and attempts to see if they are as bad … [ Read More ]
This feature-length programme follows seven patients at Newcastle’s Freeman Hospital waiting heart transplants.
There is more intriguing goings on in Nottingham University Trust.
The award-winning fly-on-the-wall documentary returns for a third series.
Don’t worry, a pandemic hasn’t been started by a massive surge of BBC Four arts documentaries.
This two-part programme looks at one of the most difficult and controversial issues in medical care.
The science series follows Richard Gray, a former UN peacekeeper who suffered a near-fatal brain haemorrhage.
At the age of 34, advertising agency producer Lotje Sodderland suffered from a stroke which almost killed her. The stroke … [ Read More ]
Lawyer Mark Lewis looks into possible cures for multiple sclerosis.
Immunotherapy is a new form of cancer treatment. It can have wonderful results, but it only works for a quarter … [ Read More ]
The medical programme this week devotes itself to the subject of mental health.
Attempting to make sense of the worrying medical stories that are introduced daily, GPs Phil Kieran and Helen Lawal, and … [ Read More ]
35 million people have been known to have died of HIV, and a further 35 million have been infected by … [ Read More ]
The impressionist Rory Bremner has suspected that he may have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. In this Horizon documentary he sets … [ Read More ]
Dr. Gabriel Weston continues to look at some remarkable people with unusual bodies.
In this new medical documentary series, surgeon Gabriel Weston looks at some rare cases that are helping experts to unearth … [ Read More ]