Channel 4’s hit fly-on-the-wall documentary series, 24 Hours in A&E, will return to our screens on Monday 10 July at 9pm to help mark 75 years of the NHS.
Four new episodes from Series 1, filmed at the Queen’s Medical Centre (QMC) in 2021, will be broadcast throughout the NHS birthday month of July. The NHS will be celebrating its 75th anniversary on Wednesday, 5 July.
During September and October 2021, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust (NUH) welcomed cameras into the Emergency Department (ED) at QMC 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, giving viewers a look inside one of the country’s busiest accident and emergency departments.
24 Hours in A&E is made by The Garden, part of ITV Studios. Their cameras returned to QMC in May this year to film Series 2 of the award-winning documentary series.
Anthony May OBE DL, Chief Executive at Nottingham University Hospitals (NUH), said: “We are proud to be the home of 24 Hours in A&E. The first seven episodes, filmed at the Queen’s Medical Centre in Nottingham were aired earlier this year. Viewers witnessed the incredible work of our teams and saw their dedication, passion and skill in providing care to those in need.
“This is a proud moment for our staff and a great way to celebrate 75 years of the NHS.”
24 Hours in A&E has become one of the most popular documentary series on Channel 4, having aired more than 250 episodes across 24 series.
Episodes of 24 Hours in A&E will air on Mondays at 9pm on Channel 4. To catch up on missed episodes visit channel4.com.