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RMCH Documentary nominated for BAFTA

We are very excited to announce that a documentary we have been involved in featuring Royal Manchester Children's Hospital has been shortlisted for a BAFTA award. Operation Ouch, a documentary for the CBBC Channel aimed at 7 to 12-year-olds, has been nominated for best Children's Factual Programme. The awards take place on Sunday 24th November 2013 and are being presented by Jake Humphrey. The second series of Operation Ouch is currently being broadcast every Monday on CBBC at 5.30 pm and features many services in RMCH including Haemophilia, Audiology, Hydrotherapy and Cleft Lip and Palate speech therapy.

The show is divided into several parts, the first featuring stories about children who visit our A&E department and following them through their treatment which could include X-Rays, surgery or physiotherapy. The aim is to educate children about the nature of injuries, illness and treatment. There is also a 'Drs on Duty' which explains about a certain condition or injury, with several of these being filmed at RMCH.