24 Hours in A&E Season 2
S02 E01May 16, 2012
Rush Hour May 16, 2012 The series begins during the morning rush hour, looking at different workers who set off on their daily commute but find themselves fighting for their lives in the skilful hands of the A&E team.
S02 E02May 23, 2012
Young Ones May 23, 2012 With nearly a quarter of the patients treated in King's A&E are children, the series takes a look at some of their stories for the first time. The show also meets one of the A&E's youngest and newest recruits, an emergency medicine trainee called Matt.
S02 E03May 30, 2012
Code Red May 30, 2012 Trauma consultant Simon has to deal with a busy night, with a many critically ill and seriously injured patients. He also has to deal with the fallout from an extraordinary night of violence on London's streets.
S02 E04Jun 6, 2012
Allergic to Pain Jun 6, 2012 This week the series takes a look at the different ways that grown men deal with pain and injury.
S02 E05Jun 13, 2012
Vital Organs Jun 13, 2012 This week the series focuses on young men in their prime. A fitness fanatic shows up at the hospital badly injured after a canal barge accident, while another who shows up is a pre-operative transsexual with a sore finger following a night's clubbing.
S02 E06Jun 20, 2012
One Moment in Time Jun 20, 2012 This week the show features a powerful episode following the work of King's College Hospital's A&E department on the night that singing superstar Whitney Houston died aged 47. The staff and patients have to come to terms with Whitney's death as the hospital fills up with young people who were having fun with their friends when the news broke.
S02 E07Jun 27, 2012
A Good Life Jun 27, 2012 This week the series focuses on the elderly patients who are treated at the hospital, including a 93-year-old who shows up with some life-threatening injuries after being knocked over by a hit and run driver just outside the hospital.
S02 E08Jul 4, 2012
Saturday Night Jul 4, 2012 This week the series focuses on a single Saturday night at King's.
S02 E09Jul 11, 2012
Mum Jul 11, 2012 This week the series focuses on mothers and daughters, and coming to terms with mortality. Seventy-one-year-old Josephine has been brought into the hospital suffering with chronic breathing difficulties. Terminally ill with cancer, which has spread throughout her body, Josephine is nearing the end of her life. Her daughter Jackie faces some really difficult decisions when she is not ready to loose her mother just yet.
S02 E10Jul 18, 2012
We Are Family Jul 18, 2012 Thie episode takes features one of the hospital's newest recruits and the importance of family during times of crisis. Sophie has moved from the Lancashire coast to work at King's College Hospital in south London, leaving her family behind for the first time. Her first patient today is 22-year-old chef James who has a self-inflicted stabbing. He managed to accidentally stab himself in the thigh with a paring knife while chopping tomatoes at work.
S02 E11Jul 25, 2012
Snow Jul 25, 2012 The show focuses on every parent's nightmare when a young child with severe burns is brought into the hospital. As snow falls and the hospital gets ready for a surge in slips and falls on the ice, five-year-old Daisy is rushed into resus with her dad Damien after her skirt caught alight on their gas fire at home.
S02 E12Aug 1, 2012
The 'Q' Word Aug 1, 2012 This week the series focuses on the bond between parents and children and features the youngest patient ever featured on the series and what happens after the roles have to be reversed due to illness.
S02 E13Aug 8, 2012
Cause Unknown Aug 8, 2012 This week the series focuses on patients whose illnesses are prove difficult to diagnose. Tino is rushed to resus after slumping over her desk at school. She can't remember what day it is or her surname. Karen shows up accompanied by her family. She has been experiencing numbness down her left side and requires a scan.
S02 E14Aug 15, 2012
Life's little Hiccups Aug 15, 2012 This week the show looks at men with very different problems who are all being treated at the hospital at Emergency Department on a busy night shift.