A woman who suffers from autism is brought in after crushing her finger in a door. And 82-year-old Alec may have developed life-threatening sepsis after a chest infection.
A motorcyclist is rushed to St George's after hitting a lamp post. A two-year-old has banged his head on concrete, and his mum has a violent tale to tell.
On one of the busiest days of the year at St George's, this episode focuses on motherhood, the incredible sacrifices made for our children, and what it means to have a family
Lucy is rushed in after a severe seizure. Simon comes to A&E with severe neck pain. Two-year-old Sophie is in paediatrics after being sprayed in the face with a cleaning product.
Marion, who's 73 and was recently diagnosed with lung cancer, is admitted with a life-threatening infection. Roy, who's 83, suffers multiple injuries after falling off his roof.
Mark, who's 32, is rushed to St George's, suffering a head injury due to an epileptic seizure. Anastasia, who's 80, struggles to walk due to severe pain in her leg.
Mohammad, who's 43 and has Motor Neurone Disease, is rushed to St George's with severe sepsis, while 47-year-old David has suffered a significant leg injury
The first episode of series 19 follows two people who have come to the UK and made a home, as well as the story of a woman living with the legacy of cancer
Leslie is rushed to A&E after suffering a stroke; Hannah has pain in her spine after falling from her horse; and Isabella, who's six, hurt her neck falling from monkey bars
Bridget is in the urgent care centre, with her dad, after suffering painful and swollen tonsils. George, who's 16, is rushed to resus with a life-threatening bleed on the brain.
Jahan has severe chest pains, which doctors think could be a heart attack. His daughter reveals how he fought in the Iranian Revolution and the effect that it had on his life.
After a collision with a tree, Ranjan, who's 64, is transferred to St George's. Callum, who's 20, has mysteriously collapsed, and four-year-old Scarlett has hurt her leg.
Paul, who's 66, is brought to A&E with a dangerously high heart rate; Nicky has a swelling in her throat; and seven-year-old Kit has injured his chest in a golf buggy
Greg has been knocked off his motorbike and has critical injuries to his arm and leg. Cara, who's 11, has fallen from a human pyramid doing gymnastics and has a badly broken arm.
Cyclist Ollie, who's 16, has been in a traffic accident. Dominic's throat has been bleeding badly after he had his tonsils out. Narayan's six. He has paper stuck deep in his ear.
Junior, who's eight, has been hit by a car and has an open leg fracture and suspected internal bleeding. Anthony has suffered chest pain at the races and has a dangerously high heart rate.
This episode meets the St George's specialist stroke team. Meanwhile, Steven has severe stomach cramps, and 16-year-old Aaliyah's fingernail has been badly damaged in a fight.
Brooke, who's 12, has gone into respiratory arrest after having a severe asthma attack. Howard has burns from trying to put out an explosion in his shed. Cyclist Colin has fractured his collarbone.
Jeremy is airlifted to hospital after a collision while riding his bike, Allen has fallen down a flight of stairs, and student James has cut his arm in a skateboarding accident
Benoit, who's nine, has abdominal pains. Doctors are concerned that it may be appendicitis. Michelle has suspected sepsis. Charley-Ann has part of an earring stuck in her ear.
Xintong has been flung from a go-kart at speed and doctors are concerned that there may be damage to her spine. Gary has enormous swelling in his finger, which he trapped between shopping trolleys.
Forty-year-old Tania is in resus after being knocked over by a car, 77-year-old Edwin is rushed to A&E bleeding from a tumour, and footballer Lilli has damaged her eye socket
Emergency consultant Ahmed rushes to save the life of a woman with an abdominal aortic aneurysm, while ensuring that the other patients i