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Documentary in which more than 100 youngsters aged six to 16 are each given cameras to record their experiences as patients at Newcastle's Great North Children's Hospital. Dealing with everything from minor injuries to major surgery and life-threatening illnesses, they film themselves undergoing treatment.
|S01E01||Normaler and Normaler||07/08/2014||An eight-year-old boy talks about his severe eczema and a nine-year-old girl reflects on life with juvenile arthritis. Narrated by Martin Clunes|
|S01E02||Why Does It Have to Be Me?||14/08/2014||Shane, 12, is recovering from a stroke caused by a freak football accident, while nine-year-old Hannah records her video diary as she receives treatment for juvenile arthritis. Eight-year-old Matthew, who has Duchenne muscular dystrophy, takes part in a medical trial with the aim of improving his symptoms, and is determined to enjoy life to the full.|