January 24, 2012 9:00 pm
What if your first day on the job really was a matter of life and death? The hit series moves to Chelsea and Westminster hospital in London, following the lives of eight newly-qualified junior doctors as they leave behind their student days. They move in together and put their first-day nerves aside to take up their responsibilities on the wards.
January 31, 2012 9:00 pm
Ben has always wanted to work with children, but his diplomacy skills are put to the test when a five-year-old boy refuses to let him take a blood sample. Meanwhile, Sameer has to face the harsh reality that not every patient can be saved, Priya spends a challenging night shift and Amieth meets a homeless person who seems to want company rather than medical intervention.
February 7, 2012 9:00 pm
The junior doctors are learning to deal with challenging patients and situations. On A&E, Amieth deals with a barmaid who has come in with a receipt spike through her hand, while on the surgery ward Andy has to convince a patient to stop eating before an operation.
February 14, 2012 9:00 pm
The hospital decrees that all junior doctors wear white coats to make them easily identifiable, but not everyone is happy with the new look. Lucy struggles to tackle the demanding workload on the night shift, while in the acute admissions unit, Aki treats a patient who is determined to go home against his advice, and Amieth continues to deal with a high volume of cases in A&E
February 21, 2012 9:00 pm
The medical professionals have settled into their placements, but the anti-social hours begin to take their toll. Andy hopes to become a surgeon and is keen to gain experience, but when two opportunities to assist in theatre are interrupted, he begins to feel he has a long way to go before achieving his goal. Amieth spends a shift shadowing a consultant anaesthetist, and a stint in the dermatology department reinforces Milla's desire to pursue a career in the field.
February 28, 2012 9:00 pm
The junior doctors are coming to the end of their first attachment, so it's time to prove they can make decisions and stand on their own two feet.
March 6, 2012 9:00 pm
Highlights from the documentary series, as well as previously unseen footage covering the newly qualified doctors' first four months at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. The programme follows the medical professionals' work on the wards and their handling of emergencies.