Series 1 · Episode 4
Through the eyes of the emergency services personnel and some of the local residents, discover the highs and lows of the payday cycle.
Series 1 · Episode 5
This issue is increasingly keeping the emergency services busier than ever. Dealing with calls from people with mental health problems is part of every shift's work, and it's getting tougher to deal with.
Series 4 · Episode 16
Blackpool's emergency services are tackling the fallout from the dizzying array of "party drugs" that are on the rise in towns across the UK.
Series 1 · Episode 6
It's The Spice Girls: Women in our society are changing, whether it's putting themselves in harm's way as members of the emergency services, or the increasing number of women they deal with.
Series 1 · Episode 7
Alcohol is fueling problems across the UK, and in Blackpool it is no different. With around 2000 clubs and bars, the town is a nationwide magnet for stag and hen parties.
Series 1 · Episode 8
The number of hoax calls are increasing, and are costing the already stretched services millions and potentially diverting crews from genuine emergencies.
Series 1 · Episode 9
With 13 million visitors each year, Blackpool is Britain's most popular seaside resort. Follow emergency services as they deal with incidents involving out-of-towners.
Series 1 · Episode 10
With extraordinary access, join the emergency services as they face the emergence of new drugs, the despair of domestic violence and those whose state of mind means they slip through society's safety net.
Series 4 · Episode 17
Demand on Wiltshire's emergency services is at an all-time high- Cannabis use is now so prevalent and where large amounts of illegally obtained money are involved, violence tends to follow close behind.
What's Your Emergency returns for a brand new series focusing on paramedics in Cheshire. Will Marsh has only been taking emergency calls independently for three weeks when he gets his first CPR call.
Police and ambulance staff try to help people who've suffered the consequences of taking legal highs, including a regular user found coughing up blood and a grandfather who's had a bad reaction to legal highs.
Disputes and fights between neighbours are on the up and its the emergency services who are left stuck in the middle, trying to pick up the pieces and restore the peace.
In Warrington, EMT Jenny Millington is called to help a 45-year-old man who's storming up and down the street and screaming that he's possessed by Satan, but it's down to Jenny and other professionals to determine his mental state.
PC Elliott is at a familiar address, dealing with 44-year-old Shayne, who is a public nuisance and often finds himself under the influence and on the wrong side of the law.
Series 4 · Episode 18
An ambulance crew is despatched to a rural area where a man has chopped through his foot with an axe while cutting firewood. Another crew responds to help the victim of an injury that incurred while playing rugby.
In Crewe PC Greg Greaves and two other patrols are dispatched after reports of a fight. On arrival they are met by European migrant workers who don't speak much English, it's tricky to work out who hit who.
In Warrington PCs Ross Dryden and Lyndsey Whitehurst are on the lookout for a repeat offender suspected of theft and assault.
Nationally, over 5,000 people now fail breath tests between 6am and midday every year. At 9am on a Thursday morning PC Chris Gamble receives a report of a high-powered black Mercedes being driven erratically on the M56.
In Warrington, PC Ruth Stott is called to attend a group of teenagers after calls from intimidated local home owners. Meanwhile PCs Bryony Hancock and Charlotte Wilson are called to intervene in a case of alleged online bullying.
PCs Matt Ambrose and Mike Lowe are dispatched to a house in Crewe following reports of a man threatening his ex-partner with a gun. It's down to the PCs to find and lock the male up for the night, despite him resisting arrest.
Series 4 · Episode 19
Police are despatched to a Saturday night pub fight where a female victim who has been badly cut endures an agonising wait for medical care from one of only 30 crews available across the whole of Wiltshire.
In Nantwich PC Vicky Howell and PC Greg Greaves pull over a 31-year-old woman suspected of driving under the influence despite being only a couple of streets from home.
PCs Bryony Hancock and Charlotte Wilson are called to a Saturday night lovers tiff in Crewe before heading to help a young woman who''s been assaulted in her own home by her partner.
In Warrington paramedics arrive at the home of a man having a suspected cardiac arrest. With CPR already in action and a defibrillator at close hand he is given the best possible chance of survival.
DC Ben Hilton is called to deal with a case of a woman who has been arrested after stabbing her partner in the leg with a kitchen knife. Crimes of this nature are no longer the rarity they once were.