Series 1 · Episode 1
Paddington is one of the most famous railway stations in the world, with nearly 70 million visitors every year,it's one of the UK's busiest hubs. It's a big day for staff- CSA Frank prepares for 20,000 football fans to pass through.
Series 1 · Episode 2
At Paddington this week there is a new disruptive hazard on the railway- it's not leaves on the line or the wrong sort of snow but an electrocuted pigeon that causes over 5000 minutes of delay throughout the network.
Series 1 · Episode 3
This week, staff at Paddington step back in time when they venture down into the tunnels under the central London station to carry out fire safety checks. While the area is now used for storage, it used to a busy operational space.
Series 1 · Episode 4
It's evening rush hour at Paddington and as crowds of commuters arrive at the station, it's down to Network Rail staff to deliver some bad news. Signaling issues on the Western network mean that trains are severely disrupted.
Series 1 · Episode 5
It's a big moment for Great Western Railway as they prepare to launch their new fleet - the Intercity Express trains. One of these new trains has been given the Royal seal of approval and is to be named Queen Elizabeth II.
Series 1 · Episode 6
In Swindon Control, Route Control Manager Ian reacts to a distressing call from a train driver. The driver has activated his emergency alarm, and is reporting that his train has hit somebody- this will inevitably affect Paddington.
Series 1 · Episode 7
Paddington is a station that never sleeps. As the daily crowds of commuters start to thin, a small army of workers spring into action.
Series 1 · Episode 8
We're on the night shift with Network Rail's Customer Service Assistant, Frank, as he does his rounds of Paddington Station. The station may be quiet but that doesn't mean it's an easy night for Frank.