04/02/2013

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Duration: 29 minutes

Inside Out investigates allegations of high salaries and large PR budgets at the Children's Air Ambulance. The charity was set up in 2006 to transfer sick children between hospitals, but as yet it hasn't transported a single child. Also, it worked in the 1930s but can camping out in the woods restore confidence if you're unemployed today? We set an Inside Out challenge. Plus, from first rehearsal to public performance in 48 hours - can anyone really sing in a choir?

  • Air ambulance

    Air ambulance helicopter

    BBC Inside Out looks at how the self-styled Air Ambulance Service has sparked a row among existing air ambulance services.

     

    Watch a video feature on the BBC News website.

  • Air Ambulance controversy

    Air ambulance helicopter

    An air ambulance charity has been criticised for both the way it raises its funds and the way it spends them.

     

    The charity said it expected to begin transporting children by the spring.

     

    Read the full story on the BBC News website.

Credits

Presenter
Marie Ashby
Series Editor
Tony Roe

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