It was also critically acclaimed as Best Television Show and Best Documentary at the 2014 Leo Awards and earned two Canadian Screen Award nominations. V5C 6S7 Tel: 604 299-7311 Fax: 604 299-9188 All rights reserved. Better yet, the next time an unfortunate event takes you there, you might even see someone you recognize—and get their autograph on your admission wristband. Indeed, in the first season, there were multiple failed attempts to resuscitate patients. Some of the cases shown in the series include a man with a 10-inch knife through his stomach; a heart patient whose ticker is shocked back to life; and many instances in which staff must declare a time of death, despite their efforts. It helps people stimulate debate, examine an issue that they're interested in, get people talking.
From in-depth reporting and analysis of the issues that matter most, to expert fashion and travel guides, reviews of the buzziest new restaurants and the best in wine and spirits, VanMag uncovers what matters now. After making two seasons of six one-hour episodes, the series was invited to shoot two more episodes on two very special days: Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve. About Lark Productions Vancouver-based Lark Productions produces exceptional television that partners and travels internationally. It's not where anyone would want to be…. The series premiere turned out to be the biggest documentary series premiere for the Knowledge Network.
It received critical acclaim as well — including two Leo Awards and two Canadian Screen Award nominations. The new season premieres on Tuesday, April 12, 2016 at 9 p. Topical issues are addressed in shows like The Super-Rich and Us, about the rise of the ultra-wealthy class, and We Are the Giant, filmed during the Arab Spring uprisings. Check out some of the short stories featuring residents. We were not contemplating a second season so soon, but the public kept asking for more. To create the new season, Knowledge Network again partnered with Vancouver Coastal Health and B.
Ireland With Simon Reeves For full details about these shows and more, visit the website. Crowdfunding isn't something new, even though the online world has slapped a new name on it. This is where patients are often the sickest and at their most vulnerable. Then the lightbulbs switch on. For Vancouver viewers the show is much more than just entertainment. Over the time it has been ranked as high as 209 699 in the world, while most of its traffic comes from Canada, where it reached as high as 4 509 position.
The two cyclists killed — Ross Chafe and Kelly Blunden — were both fathers and key figures in the Whistler cycling community. Madagascar Elsewhere in the upcoming season, for those interested in travel or learning about various cultures, there's plenty to choose from: Ireland with Simon Reeves starting November 3 and Madagascar starting October 15 , narrated by Sir David Attenborough; There are also explorations on both sides of North America. . Unauthorized distribution, transmission or republication strictly prohibited. Similarly elsewhere, medical staff members try to figure out what caused a 74-year-old woman to lose consciousness while driving.
Which is a fair comment because it should be. The episodes will be broadcast in early 2017. The second season features returning familiar faces and introduces viewers to new staff and care providers. Season one broke viewership records with more than 1. Among the timely and thought-provoking issues explored in the six-episode second season are the unique problems created by an aging population, the impact of common accidents, and the life-saving role of new technology. Campbell, an emergency physician who tries to keep a sense of humour about his job; and Yasmin, a unit coordinator who has to anticipate a doctor's needs in a high-stress atmosphere.
While she can't speak English, a bilingual bystander volunteers to accompany her as a translator as she is being treated. She was glad that the system was there for her in her moment of dire need. The second season features returning familiar faces and introduces viewers to new staff and care providers. Fans of crime dramas, particularly British ones, have plenty to choose from. Over 190,000 viewers watched 's first episode, beating major commercial network shows in its timeslot.
Season one broke viewership records with more than 1. And there was only one comment from a viewer that we construed as somewhat negative, about long hair on a health professional not being tied back. We are fortunate that our partners, Vancouver Coastal Health and Lark Productions, fully embraced the opportunity. Through its privileged access to behind-the-scenes in the emergency room, we hope this second series will continue to be popular with viewers and help create meaningful conversation about the hot button health-care issues of our time. So this is a safe haven for them. It is where patients are often the sickest and at their most vulnerable.