Reviews

‘…Gripping and emotional roller-coaster ride’

‘…Gripping and emotional roller-coaster ride’

Metro reflects, ‘C4′s superb access-all-areas documentary following the day-to-day activities of King’s College Hospital’s A&E unit is a gripping and emotional roller-coaster ride.’

 

 

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‘…Watch this and wise up’

‘…Watch this and wise up’

The Daily Mirror notes, ‘Bankers and City boys who their their stressful jobs are worthy of million pound bonuses, watch this and wise up.’

 

 

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‘Moving and often funny…’

‘Moving and often funny…’

The Guardian calls it a, ‘Moving and often funny portrait of a suffering we’re all familiar with…’

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‘…Both heartwarming and tragic…’

‘…Both heartwarming and tragic…’

Simon Dickson from Channel 4 explains, ‘['24 Hours in the ER'] is somewhere where profound human stories – both heart-warming and tragic – happen every day. Meanwhile, the staff, whose jobs are literally to save lives, see humanity on all its raw diversity.’

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‘You Don’t Know What Will Happen Next’

‘You Don’t Know What Will Happen Next’

Tom Sutcliffe of The Independent highlights, ‘Part of the appeal of 24 Hours in the [ER]‘ is that, like the doctors, you don’t know what’s going to happen next..’

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‘…Ambitious observational documentary…’

‘…Ambitious observational documentary…’

Radio Times calls it, ‘C4′s most ambitious observational documentary to date.’

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‘…Proving utterly addictive’

‘…Proving utterly addictive’

The Daily Express says, ‘Well-made series proving utterly addictive.’

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‘Expect the unimaginable…’

‘Expect the unimaginable…’

The Sun remarks, ‘Expect the unimaginable with this series.’

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‘Inspiring and shocking…’

‘Inspiring and shocking…’

The Observer sums it up as ‘Inspiring and shocking in equal measure.’

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‘…On the frontlines of the NHS’

‘…On the frontlines of the NHS’

The Sunday Mail calls it, ‘…an intimate, powerful and sometimes comic insight into life – and death – on the frontline of the NHS.’

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‘Most Uplifting Series on Television’

‘Most Uplifting Series on Television’

David Charter of The Times pens, ‘Week after week, this has been the funniest, saddest, most honest and ultimately the most uplifting series on television.’

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