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THE ENGLISH SURGEON

What is it like to have God like surgical powers, yet to struggle against your own humanity? This film follows neuro surgeon Henry Marsh as he openly confronts the dilemmas of the doctor - patient relationship on his latest mission to Ukraine.

EMMY AWARD 2010: Outstanding Science and Technology Programming

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YOUR LIFE IN THEIR HANDS

"The quality of the photography, the sensitive handling of the well chosen contributers and the unparalleled access into an area of high medical risk all came together to make one of the most compelling programmes of the year."

Royal Television Society Science & Natural History Award 2004.

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The BBC series concludes with 'An Imperfect Cure', following the staff of Great Ormond Street Hospital's renal department as they treat children for a condition which has no complete cure. Long term treatment over decades requires an enormous level of cooperation and consent between the medical team, the patients and their parents. Producer / Director Simon Gilchrist, Films of Record for BBC.

GREAT ORMOND STREET
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Thanks to the principle of free healthcare at the point of delivery, none of the young patients know how much their care costs the NHS, but the real price of a night out can be high and the seriously ill are often forced to compete with the casualties of a binge-drinking epidemic. Producer Monica Garnsey. Director Jessie Versluys for Channel 4.

THE HOSPITAL

Profile of Dr. Lewis Spitz and the work of Great Ormand Street Hospital department for conjoined twins. Including a filmed operation separating conjoined twins from Nigeria. Producer Malcom Brinkworth, Touch Productions for BBC.

SEPARATING TWINS
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BBC documentary high-lighting the work of organ transplant experts and de-mystifies the organ donation process.

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Graham Day is a United Kingdom, London based Director of photography and Lighting Cameraman working on all formats including: 35mm and 16mm Film, Digi-beta, HD, DVCam and Solid State. Graham Day has photographed Drama, Documentary, Commercials and Corporate productions. His company is called Gfilm Limited which provides Crew and equipment including Sony, Panasonic, HD & Solid State shooting packages, and Arriflex film shooting packages for United Kingdom and International Television & Film Production.

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