The Lowry in Salford was packed for the screening of episode one, series 5, sponsored by The Farm, and to hear from executive producers Simon Ford and Tom Currie, series producer Peter Wallis-Tayler and members of the team about the work that goes into producing the “stories behind the sirens”. The programme, which is set in Manchester, returns to BBC One at the end of May.
RTS North West and the production team of the BAFTA winning documentary series Ambulance invite you for an exclusive preview screening followed by a Q&A with the programme makers ahead of the launch of the new series on BBC One later this month.
This event has been sponsored by our friends at The Farm. The Farm are proud to have provided all of the post production services for Ambulance at their new Manchester City Centre facilities.
The new series will be in eight parts, compared to the previous series which was only spilt up into three episodes.
Series two will shed light on the work of the West Midlands Ambulance Service. Each hour-long episode will document the long tiresome shifts of the paramedics, controllers and call handlers, providing a 360 degree view of everyone involved.
Ambulance, will follow the work of paramedics and medical teams who work long hours to attend to the publics needs, no matter the issue.