Wednesday's TV pick: GPs Behind Closed Doors

Published Wednesday, Sep 28 2016, 01:00 BST  |  By  |  Add comment
We're off to a new location for the fourth series of GPs Behind Closed Doors as the observational documentary begins in Farnham Road Surgery in Slough.

Faced with a number of potentially life-threatening cases, the first is six-week old Hussain whose parents have noticed a white flash in his left eye. Initially Dr Jiwanji diagnoses a cataract, but after reconsidering thinks it might be an extremely rare form of eye cancer.

GPs Behind Closed Doors, C5, Wed 28 Sep, Farnham Road surgery

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Meanwhile, Dr Ranj Kochhar's patient, Eoin, is struggling to breathe and is sent straight to hospital for urgent testing when a history of heart problems is discovered.

Nurse, Indira Thakrar changes the dressing of a motorcyclist who has a horrific wound on his arm and wrist after an accident, and orthopedic doctor David Ward has to fix a lady's broken finger after she tried to reset it herself.

GPs Behind Closed Doors, C5, 8pm