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MADE TELEVISION TO PREMIERE ORIGINAL 10-PART SERIES

Brand New Series Follows Emergency Ambulance Crews For Behind-The Scenes Insight Into Life On The NHS Front-Line

Release Date: 2nd May 2017
Location: Network Wide, Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Leeds, Liverpool, North Wales, Teesside, Tyne & Wear.

Made Television, the leading City TV network, is to premiere a brand-new ten part series, called ‘A&E On The Road’. Produced by award-winning television company, Raw Cut, the project has also been acquired by BBC One Daytime which will transmit a five-part version later this year.

‘A&E On The Road’ follows the paramedics and doctors of the West Midlands Ambulance Service over a six-month period. Following the mobile medics as they tackle everything from street stabbings, motorcycle accidents and suspected heart attacks, the series provides a rare insight into the minute-by-minute pressures faced when on the NHS front line.
Says Jamie Conway, CEO, Made Television,

‘People across Britain have a great deal of admiration for those involved with the emergency services and we’re delighted to have this opportunity to provide an untainted glimpse of what it’s really like behind-the-scenes. It’s been a pleasure working with Raw Cut who produced the series and we are looking forward to unveiling the first episode on the 15th May.’

‘A&E On The Road’ will air across the Made Television channels in Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Leeds, Liverpool, North Wales, Teesside and Tyne & Wear from 15th May. The show will air across all channels at 7pm, apart from Made in Bristol and Made in Cardiff, where the show will air at 8pm.

Adds Steve Warr, Raw Cut’s Executive Producer,

‘Our reputation is for creating authentic, gritty documentaries that provide a journalistic overview of what it is really like to work within the blue light profession. We are extremely proud of this series, which gives a rigorous, immersive account of the trials and tribulations of paramedics in the West Midlands.’

Raw Cut has made hundreds of hours of programmes for all the major broadcasters. It is an industry leader in making blue light programmes, specialising in access documentaries and cross genre projects.