Dr Mark Porter visits the Trauma Centre at the Royal London Hospital. Read more
Dr Mark Porter visits the Trauma Centre at the Royal London Hospital.
How much water should we drink?
Dr Mark Porter finds out how much water we should drink for optimum health.
Dr Mark Porter visits a GP surgery to discuss the impact of the government's NHS changes.
Mark Porter reports on how telemedicine is transforming patients' lives.
Dr Mark Porter examines the causes and treatment of gallstones and their surgical removal.
Dr Mark Porter investigates constipation, a common complaint that is often hidden.
Many surgical procedures can now be done under regional anaesthesia. Mark Porter reports.
Dr Mark Porter investigates balance disorders.
Mark Porter finds out how to improve patient safety in hospitals and the community.
Dr Mark Porter investigates biomechanics and sports injuries at the University of Bath.
Good Fats and Bad Fats
Dr Mark Porter investigates how the good and bad fats we eat can impact on our health.
Consent for Blood Transfusion
Mark Porter explores ways to improve the way that blood is used in transfusions.
A Night in ER
A festive look behind the scenes at Southampton's 21st century Emergency Department.
Dr Mark Porter on the 'hidden' epidemic of hepatitis C and the latest treatments for it.
Dr Mark Porter looks at a new test for the eye disease glaucoma.
End of Life
Dr Mark Porter looks at the options available for care at the end of life.
Dr Mark Porter looks at the latest developments in radiotherapy for cancer.
Dr Mark Porter talks to doctors and patients about diseases of the pancreas.
Dr Mark Porter looks at treatments for epilepsy.
Dr Mark Porter investigates health issues of the day.
Dr Mark Porter on faecal transplants, and the balance of good and bad bugs in our guts.
#5 - Bryony Kimmings: 'I didn’t want to be someone’s sorrow'
Elis James and John Robins talk to performance artist Bryony Kimmings.
Tackling Mental Health Myths
How art challenges mental health stereotypes plus what happens to language as we age
Risk of depression higher in LGBT teens
Half of LGBT teens in British study experience depression
A breath of fresh air for a Thursday evening.
Sally Marlow examines what is driving so many people to self-harm.