999: What's Your Emergency?

October 2017
46:38

Episode 6

3.0 5 x
This episode focusses on babies - from births to over-protective parents and from very poorly children to those facing neglect and abuse
46:38

Episode 4

3.0 0 x
This episode focuses on call-outs to patients fighting for life, and the medical, ethical and emotional challenges their care creates, for the paramedics, friends and family who may be left behind

Series 4 Episode 5

3.0 2 x
This episode explores a troubling rise in domestic burglaries, from people caught stealing food to thieves targeting wealthy individuals. And a woman dials 999 when she hears someone in her house.
September 2017

Series 4 Episode 2

4.0 0 x
Over the last decade, incidents of violence perpetrated by young men have risen by 22%. This episode meets the police officers and paramedics in Wiltshire dealing with the consequences.

Series 4 Episode 1

Expired 4.7 4 x
This episode examines the rise in racially-aggravated hate crimes in Wiltshire, including race hate through social media, and a nine-year-old girl facing racist language for the first time

Series 4 Episode 6

Expired 4.5 10 x
This episode explores how parents decide on how much freedom to give young children. Includes a mum who discovers her eight-year-old has been playing in woods used by drug users.
August 2017

Series 4 Episode 4

Expired 4.0 9 x
This episode examines what happens when members of the public take the law into their own hands, and the dramatic consequences the emergency services have to deal with

Series 4 Episode 3

Expired 4.0 8 x
Following criminalisation of once legal highs, crack and heroin are on the up and users and dealers are getting younger as organised gangs flood small local communities with drugs
July 2017

Series 3 Episode 11

Expired 3.0 6 x
This episode explores the challenges and dangers our emergency services face on our roads, from drivers under the influence of drink, drugs and sometimes old age
June 2017

Series 3 Episode 14

Expired 4.0 6 x
This episode meets Cheshire's police custody staff, who deal with everyone from people accused of terrible crimes to others who see the cells as a welcome break from other challenges
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