The story of one of the most complex organisations in the world, told through the voices of those on the frontline.
Part 1: The NHS Explained
Part 2: A&E confessions: a 90-year-old's secret to a happy marriage
Part 3: A&E confessions: the first time I stitched up a patient
Part 4: Children's lives in the balance at NHS paediatric intensive care unit
Part 5: Junior doctors on Lewisham picket line: 'Devalued, demoralised, determined'
Part 6: Knocked down, spat at and trampled on: another day in A&E
Part 7: The dignity of a planned death
Part 8: One lung, four wheels and a magical speedy recovery
Part 9: The incredibly itchy back
Part 10: Dr Goldfinger and the rectal examination
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