This episode joins the emergency services as they respond to accidents from car crashes to sports injuries and a man who's chopped through his foot with an axe while cuttin ...
This episode explores how a small number of families are responsible for a staggering amount of crime
The police are called to assist a mother whose autistic son is attacking her. A man with Asperger's is brought in on suspicion of making hoax calls.
Unarmed police officers are called to a Sunday league football match where a disgruntled player is brandishing an axe. Elsewhere, an officer is injured in a pub brawl.
This episode explores the impact of loneliness, as the emergency services deal with everyone from elderly people who need someone to talk to, to teenagers struggling with the pr ...
This episode focusses on babies - from births to over-protective parents and from very poorly children to those facing neglect and abuse
This episode follows paramedics as they do their best to help patients with mental health problems
The number of people sleeping rough in the UK has doubled in six years. This episode explores the impact of homelessness on Wiltshire Police.
This episode examines military crime in Wiltshire, which is home to 15,000 MOD personnel. Squaddies and civilians often fight, and at least one serviceman or woman takes their o ...
Wiltshire Police receive three times as many reports of voyeurism and male exposure as any other force in the UK. This episode meets Wiltshire's police officers to examine ...
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 ...