Caller tells how he suffered PTSD as a firefighter, after being unable to save a drowning child.
The owner of SSI steelworks is going into liquidation. We hear how the government intends to help North East workers. Also today, a charity says the number of people suffering from post traumatic stress disorder is being under estimated. Frank was a fireman - he rang the programme to tell us how he's haunted by PTSD after he tried to save a child trapped in a submerged car. Plus as a report shows locum doctors could have cost the NHS over £1 billion last year - an increase of nearly a third from the previous year. We speak to a locum who says there are lots of shifts to choose from, and he can make more money. Plus players at a nudist tennis club explain why they're objecting to a tower block built next to their court.
- Fri 2 Oct 2015 10:00