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‘Junior Doctors: Your Life in Their Hands’ returns—3 December

26 November 2012

On average more than 2.5 million people watched the six one-hour episodes of the BBC3 documentary series ‘Junior Doctors: Your Life in Their Hands’ which were shown earlier this year.

On average more than 2.5 million people watched the six one-hour episodes of the BBC3 documentary series Junior Doctors: Your Life in Their Hands which were shown earlier this year.

The programme followed the lives of eight junior doctors at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital as they adjusted to taking the giant leap from medical school to working in busy wards and departments.

Our junior doctors were filmed from August-November last year for the original series and so now the BBC cameras have returned to catch up with them and find out how they have progressed since filming ended a year ago.

In a new one-hour episode to be shown at 9pm on BBC3 on Monday 3 December, our junior doctors look back at the last 12 months—what they have learned, how they have changed and how they coped with some of the biggest challenges of their lives.

With previously unseen footage, this programme adds extra insight into what was a very eventful year.

Join us on Twitter as we tweet live during the episode—and tweet us your thoughts as you watch. You can follow us @ChelwestFT.