The UK's top inventors build life-changing solutions for people in desperate need. Seven-year-old Rosie wants the team to invent a new medical helmet for her that is less visible.
Seven of the UK's leading engineers, designers and computer programmers put their skills together to try and help four people with very different needs.
Mum of two Shamreen suffers from a degenerative condition which has left her with very limited vision, and she is struggling to get around in public with her two young sons.
Seven-year-old Rosie had brain surgery as a baby and now wears a cumbersome medical helmet. She desperately wants the team to invent her a new helmet that will be less visible and help her fit in with her friends.
And the team are challenged with coming up with a solution to help two teenage brothers with cystic fibrosis - a debilitating disease that severely affects their breathing.
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|Executive Producer||Tim Harcourt|
|Executive Producer||Ros Ponder|
|Series Producer||Tom Watt-Smith|
|Production Company||Studio Lambert|
|Executive Producer||Mick Ebeling|
|Executive Producer||Caskey Ebeling|
|Production Company||Not Impossible Labs|