'999: WHAT'S YOUR EMERGENCY' AND '24 HOURS IN A&E' RETURN TO CHANNEL 4

The two factual series return to Channel 4 this January.



999 What's Your Emergency?

Monday 11th January, 9pm

Filmed with South Yorkshire Police as Covid begins to take hold, 999 heads to the front line and examines the role the police play in testing times.


This episode reveals the reality of living in what's described as 'the age of fear'. Nine out of ten people are as worried, or more so, about being the victim of criminal behaviour than a year ago. One in five fear becoming a victim of crime in their own homes. And with a 10% annual increase from last year in the incidence of violent crime and muggings - the majority of which are at night - concern is growing about being out after dark.



24 Hours In A&E

Tuesday 12th January, 9pm

New series following patients treated in the same 24-hour period at St George's in south London. During a hectic day in the emergency department the stories of two people living with debilitating illness become the focus. Sue is airlifted to hospital after the 61-year-old falls from her mobility scooter and is knocked unconscious during a day trip with her family.


Doctors are concerned she may have sustained a significant head injury as well as damage to her abdomen. Her daughter Natalie and husband Mike discuss their active life together before Sue was diagnosed with a crippling illness at a young age.