This episode explores notions of luck and chance, when a young man is involved in a high-speed car crash, an 18-year-old breaks his leg playing football, and a great grandmother falls down the stairs
This episode explores freedom, and what happens when it's taken away. Motorcyclist Michelle has been in a crash. Frankie's been thrown from her horse. Young Merlin ran into a wall and hurt his wrist.
Lewis, who's 18, has come off a motorbike and collided with two cars. Sam, who's 27, fainted and cut his lip while smoking a Cuban cigar at a barbecue.
This episode explores the changing nature of relationships between parents and children. Judith, who's 79, has been in a traffic accident. Mohammad, who's 80, has fallen at home while celebrating Eid.
Shea and Bob are both 17. Shea's been stabbed, while Bob has impaled his leg on a fence. James, who's 33, has collapsed shortly after spending four weeks in hospital with a fractured skull.
This episode meets some of the youngest patients who visit A&E. Eight-year-old Billy has been hit by falling bricks. Luther, who's six, has a metal washer stuck on his finger.
Stafford's cardiac defibrillator keeps shocking him. Chris has been shot in the abdomen while playing a game. Lennon has injured his head by jumping into a door frame while kicking a balloon.
Wendy has a severe open ankle fracture. Ben has dislocated his shoulder in a cycling accident. A CT scan reveals some unexpected news for lorry driver Neil, who's fallen off a ramp.
This episode explores unexpected events that make us value people we love. Karen's horse has trampled on her. Hayley and her wife Emma discuss Hayley's leukaemia. Antonio's had a motorcycle accident.
Adrian has crashed his bike and consultant Melissa is concerned that he may have a serious chest injury. Unfortunately, Adrian's wife and daughter are 1400 miles away, in Montenegro.
Gary has fallen from a ladder; Dr Rob is concerned about fractures in his back, pelvis and coccyx. Five-year-old Beatriz has a rare kidney condition that makes her vulnerable to infection.
Pam, who's 53, is rushed to A&E after suffering a suspected heart attack. Cora, who's 10, has been thrown from a horse. Doctors work quickly to check her neck, spine and brain for damage.
Natasha has damaged her leg while trampolining at her son's birthday party. Valerie has fallen off a horse. Lisa may need emergency surgery on her prosthetic hip.
Peter, who's 90 and served in the RAF during World War II, has severe blood poisoning. Niki is airlifted to St George's after crashing in a charity bike ride. His wife is almost 300 miles away.
Danny, who's 25 and the dad of a 10-month-old baby, has been knocked off his motorbike. Neil, who's 84, has fallen down stairs; doctors are worried about his shoulder and heart.
Fiona has badly cut her knee at her friend Evelyn's 70th birthday party. Evelyn discusses meeting Fiona 40 years ago when they were air hostesses and how they're enjoying a new lease of life together.
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Mohammed has been hit by a motorbike. John and Iris have been married for 65 years, and now Iris has dementia. Clementina, who's eight, has fallen off her scooter and hurt her knee.
Michelle has been in a car crash. Derren has fractured his ankle while trampolining with his daughter. Retired nurse Monica talks about coming to Britain from Trinidad in 1961.
Corey, who's 27, is rushed to St George's after suffering a cardiac arrest during a game of ice hockey. His wife of seven days, Alice, was watching him play when he collapsed.
This episode meets three different sets of friends who've been there for each other through thick and thin. Violet, who's 93, has badly fractured her leg.
Debby, who's 59, has cut her hand in her lawnmower. George, who's 70, has impaled his eye on a piece of driftwood. And eight-year-old Phoebe has scissors stuck in her thigh.
Baby Teddy has fallen out of his car seat face-first onto concrete. Nicky has been hit by a car. And 91-year-old former pilot Sam arrives in Resus after a suspected stroke.
Reggie, who's seven, has broken his arm while doing a cartwheel to celebrate England beating Wales at Euro 2016. John, who's 84, has crashed his car into a road sign.
Ruth's heart is beating at three times the normal rate. Frances has fallen into her empty swimming pool. Jerry, who's 20, starts to question partying until 5am on a weeknight, after ending up in A&E.
Mark, who's 52, fights for survival after being thrown from his motorbike in a crash. Meanwhile, receptionist Melissa, who works alongside friends and family at St George's, is having trouble hearing.
Mel has been accidentally knocked down and run over by her husband John. Maddi, who's four and was born with the bones in her neck fused together, has fallen and injured her neck on a train.
This powerful and poignant episode follows the stories of mothers and daughters dealing with cancer in different ways
Tulsi, who's 12, is airlifted to St George's after falling from a cliff near Hastings. Retired mechanic Ron got his hand caught between two vehicles when he was helping a friend fix their car.
Lucy, who's 10, has been having seizures for 48 hours. Tony fell head-first onto a tiled floor while doing DIY and needs immediate surgery. And Charlie was assaulted on his way home from a night out.
Jake, who admits he's accident-prone, has had a head-on collision with another car. Jack, who's 11, has been hit by a motorbike while walking to his first day at secondary school.
Cyclist Athar, who's 22, has collided with a car. Doctors must assess whether he's sustained a serious head injury, or potentially life-changing damage to his neck, spine or internal organs.
Beth has fallen down the stairs and broken her ankle; her foot is hanging off and the bone is sticking out. She's determined to walk again, and faces emergency surgery and intensive physiotherapy.