BBC Two announce new six-part medial series ‘Doctor, Can You See Me Now?’ (w/t), presented by Kate Garraway and Dr Guddi Singh.
The series uses augmented reality and medical imaging technology to allow patients to see inside their own bodies to better understand their medical condition and the treatment choices available to them. Their condition is brought to life in an interactive way, providing insights and answers to questions which have plagued them for years.
Kate Garraway, said: "I am thrilled to be part of this fascinating new series that uses the most incredibly advanced technology to help us get a better understanding of how our bodies function when they require urgent medical attention...
"I believe we have all become increasingly curious about our health and well-being since the start of the pandemic, including me personally. I’m looking forward to delving deeper into the fascinating, emotional, and empowering journey of all our patients and for them to see what is going on inside their own bodies."
Kitty Walshe, Managing Director (Factual) Remarkable Television, added: "We’ve learnt an enormous amount having reinvented other genres of television through the use of ground-breaking technology, and this series will continue our push into establishing the next generation of popular factual formats using cutting edge technology...
"Applying it to health will allow us to see conditions we are all familiar with unpacked in such incredible 3D visuals – it is utterly thrilling and takes the genre to the next level. Patrick Furlong, Claire Hughes and the team have done a wonderful job and the series will be a fascinating watch."
More details will be revealed in due course.