PUBLISHED: 18:00 12 November 2018 Mike Brooke Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel. Picture: Mike Brooke Mike Brooke Live TV cameras are going behind the scenes at the Royal London Hospital to record how surgeons operate. Bart's consultant cardiothoracic surgeon Kulvinder Lall. Picture: Liam ArthurWhat the cameras see is being transmitted on Channel 5’s three-day Operation Live documentary series starting tomorrow evening.Viewers will join surgeons and their teams in a rarely-seen side of the NHS, with two operations at the Royal London and one at Bart’s going live on air.Nicky Campbell introduces the programmes at 10pm tomorrow, Wednesday and Thursday, with the public invited to submit questions to surgical experts on social media. “Our patients and their families are supporting us with these programmes,” Barts Health NHS Trust chief medical officer Alistair Chesser said.Royal London's consultant orthopaedic surgeon Steve … [Read more...] about Royal London surgeons to perform operations live on TV for Channel 5
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Published 8:05 am CDT, Monday, October 8, 2018 THE FLASH: Tuesday, October 9 on The CW The Flash gets a new suit this season! THE FLASH: Tuesday, October 9 on The CW The Flash gets a new suit this season! Photo: Jordon Nuttall/The CW BLACK LIGHTNING: Tuesday, October 9 on The CW. BLACK LIGHTNING: Tuesday, October 9 on The CW. Photo: The CW RIVERDALE: Wednesday, October 10 on The CW The third season will feature a flashback that pays tribute to "The Breakfast Club," and the show recruited a star of the classic 80s film to play the principal. RIVERDALE: Wednesday, October 10 on The CW The third season will feature a flashback that pays tribute to "The Breakfast Club," and the show recruited a star of the classic 80s film to play the principal. Photo: The CW ALL AMERICAN: … [Read more...] about Does your favorite TV show return this week?
PUBLISHED: 17:30 04 October 2018 Rohan White is not happy about missed waste collections. Picture: PA IMAGES PA Archive/PA Images Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Ham&High readers this week. What a load of rubbish!Rohan White, Camden, full address supplied, writes:I called Camden Council about a missed waste collection, the fortnightly service that leaves our bins full to bursting, never mind prone to odours and compromised hygiene. The staff member at Veolia (I thought I called Camden) told me the bins had not been emptied because “they were not within one metre of the property boundary”. I pointed out that the bins have been in the same place since I have occupied the property in 2003, and have almost always been collected as per schedule. They line up from the property boundary, visible and accessible. I was informed (politely but ultimately unhelpfully) that “the system” does not allow call centre staff to request a collection, but … [Read more...] about Ham&High letters: Waste collections, Labour Party conference, Swiss Cottage on TV ad, cycling, police funding anda People’s Vote
Video PUBLISHED: 15:37 27 September 2018 | UPDATED: 11:15 28 September 2018 Sophie Morton Denise Saunders. Picture: Chris Ratcliffe/Camelot Chris Ratcliffe/Camelot The founder of a Barking film school is set to receive national recognition for her work after being selected for a National Lottery Big Surprise. Some of the people Denise Saunders has helped through her BossCrowns film school. Picture: Chris Ratcliffe/CamelotDenise Saunders, who set up BossCrowns along with her husband Wayne, was recognised for her efforts in inspiring young people in the area.She was treated to a gospel music performance by some of the thousands of young people she has supported over the years - and the whole surprise will be aired on ITV at the weekend.Denise, who was moved to tears by the performance, said: “I just can’t put into words how I felt, it was amazing. “I saw so many different faces; from a young boy who first came to the Into Film … [Read more...] about Surprise performance for Barking film school founder airs on TV
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Automobiles Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by All of the weddings right here on one handy page for you. Beth Feingold and Daisy Freund Beth Jamie Feingold sent Daisy Anna Freund an initial hello on the dating app Tinder in February 2015. They soon realized they were kindred spirits, at least when it came to advocacy for making a better food system. “I noticed a screenshot of her on TV talking about chicken farming,’’ said Dr. Feingold, who responded by asking her about livestock farming. Then Dr. Feingold’s name rang a bell to Ms. Freund, who recalled reading an article on her research on the spread of antibiotic resistance from hog farming, and even citing her research in a paper she wrote for the A.S.P.C.A. linking antibiotic use and farm animal welfare. “It’s rare to meet someone online who works in reforming industrial … [Read more...] about This Week’s Wedding Announcements