A collection of documentaries following the work of Doctors, Nurses, Paramedics and other health professionals as they battle to save lives.
A film-maker finds the courage to talk to his family for the first time about his illness.
Life and death in the intensive care unit of Newport’s Royal Gwent Hospital.
When three critically ill babies arrive at once, staff move heaven and earth to help them.
Sofia feels the pressure as the first port of call for six wards on a busy night shift.
A forklift has rolled over trapping a worker in a warehouse.
Ever feel like your GP doesn't get you? Dr Ronx has a solution.
Panorama talks to the family of a woman who killed herself while in the care of the NHS.
Surgeons completely drain a patient’s body of blood to remove blood clots in their lungs.
David Harewood explores his experience of psychosis and meets young people living with it.
Working in A&E for the NHS: 'Every day is relentless'.
The Royal Free Hospital treats patients with urgent health problems delayed by Covid-19.
Can new treatments save us from the antibiotic resistance crisis?
Fergus Walsh assesses the chances of contracting Covid-19 and the best ways to avoid it.
Meet Zoe, six, who has brittle bone disease and suffers painful bone fractures easily.
Paramedics respond to a range of calls including a child who has fallen into a loch.
The story of the doctor who made the Northern Ireland Air Ambulance service a reality.
Rugby league star Rob Burrow talks about his fight against motor neurone disease.
An elderly lady is rushed into hospital with a suspected stroke.
Following twins who, predisposed to breast cancer, have opted for a double mastectomy.
The series returns with brain surgery on a patient who is awake and a risky aorta repair.
Recently qualified doctors take to the wards of Northern Ireland's hospitals.
Panorama investigates how the NHS has managed cancer care during the Covid-19 lockdown.
Dementia care: Anne and Julia care full time for their husbands.
Dr Michael Mosley discovers why we want to control pain and how we are now able to do it.