NHS Health Check at 75
BBC Radio 4
Programme highlights below with more to be confirmed
30 June, 8-8.50pm
Northwick Park Hospital, full panel to be announced.
Start the Week: NHS Special
3 July, 9-9.45am
Special episode with Kevin Fong, Isabel Hardman, GP Phil Whitaker and the historian Andrew Seaton.
The NHS at 75: Covid Memories
4 July, 9-9.30pm
A one-off documentary about the experiences of NHS staff during the Covid crisis.
Archive on 4: How I Ruined Medicine
8 July, 8-9pm
Phil Hammond on his role in exposing medical malpractice and whether this has done more harm than good. Using archive from the BBC, Private Eye, newspapers and his seven books.
Producer: David Morley
A Perfectly Normal production for BBC Radio 4
The NHS: Who Cares?
10 July, 9-9.30am (1/4)
In a 4-part series, Kevin Fong examines the major challenges and solutions for the health service.
All Bleeding Stops Eventually
11 July, 2.15-3pm
Ros Turnbull is a trainee Doctor in A&E working in a system which leaves little time for empathy but then a diagnosis changes everything. Al Smith’s two part drama examines the NHS from the viewpoint of a Doctor who becomes a patient.
File on 4
11 July, 8-8.40pm
Fly-on-the-wall documentary inside a GP practice in Gateshead as it faces increasingly heavy demand.
BBC Radio 4