BBC One: Ambulance

Sometimes, between life and death stands the ambulance service. BAFTA winning Ambulance will return for the final two episodes of series three later this year on BBC One.

Hot on the heels on the success of series two in the West Midlands, Ambulance has returned with another eight-part series, filmed during one of the toughest winters ever faced by the NHS. Viewers will once again see how our staff deal with an increasingly busy service, an ageing population and the challenges of responding to 999 calls in urban and rural settings. Every episode features remarkable staff and heart-warming, emotional and difficult to watch (at times!) stories. If you’ve missed the six episodes so far of this series, visit the BBC iPlayer to catch up now! The final two episodes will be aired later this year on BBC One.

We live tweet throughout each episode using #Ambulance so why not join the conversation with thousands of viewers during the series by visiting @officialwmas on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

Ambulance wins at the BAFTAs!

Whilst Ambulance did not triumph in the ‘factual entertainment’ category of the National Television Awards (NTAs) earlier this year after being nominated, we’re thrilled to announce that it picked up a BAFTA in the ‘factual series’ category in May! Paramedic Katie Cartwright and Controller Richard Phillips, who featured in series 1, joined Dragonfly TV at the award ceremony to collect the prestigious award on Sunday 13th May in London. You can read more about it via https://wmas.nhs.uk/2018/05/14/we-cant-quite-believe-it-but-we-just-won-a-bafta/.  IMG_5562