Kings Cross ER

8:00pm – Tuesday, July 3 on TV 3

Set in one of the busiest and most unique Emergency Departments in Australia, this brand new documentary series focuses on St Vincent’s Hospital, situated a stone’s throw from Sydney’s CBD and its entertainment hub, Kings Cross. Kings Cross ER premieres on Tuesday, July 3 rd at 8pm on 3. St Vincent’s Hospital’s ER proximity to the heart of the city and to its darker side provides both the sheer volume of cases and eye-opening reality for the most diverse patient population of any emergency department in Australia. Through its doors come rock stars, celebrities, billionaire moguls, captains of industry, and the homeless – and all are in need of urgent care. An extraordinary team of doctors, nurses and specialist consultants pull together to perform life saving surgery. They treat multiple stab wounds, gunshot injuries, alcohol-fuelled head traumas, drug overdoses, car crash casualties and everything in between. There’s nothing this hi-calibre team can’t handle. The work is exhilarating and exhausting; the pace, relentless. It’s often said that there’s nothing that can make a St Vincent’s ER doctor blush. They have literally seen it all. Now you can too… Make sure not to miss Kings Cross ER when the series premieres on Tuesday, July 3 rd at 8pm on 3.


Thursday, July 5th at 9:30pm

Around one in three British young people will lose their virginity before their 16 th birthday. Despite clear warnings about high rates of teenage pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections, never before have so many young people started having sex so young.

Underage and Having Sex offers a frank and uncensored young person’s view of one of Britain’s most controversial dilemmas, as they and their families negotiate the minefield that is underage sex. Underage and Having Sex begins on Thursday, July 5th and concludes on Thursday, July 12th at 9:30pm on 3.

This week’s premiere of the two-part documentary sees three sets of parents confront the fact that their underage daughters are sexually active.

Fourteen-year-old Cheshona recently lost her virginity. She and her mum Danielle pride themselves on their trusting relationship. Now, Danielle has to decide whether to let Cheshona’s 18-year-old boyfriend spend the night in Cheshona’s bedroom.

Fifteen-year-old Hannah lives in Surrey with her mum and three older brothers. Hannah has been waiting for the right moment to tell mum she’s no longer a virgin. When she finds out, the consequences are unexpected, but not unwelcome.

Fourteen-year-old Hannah lives in London. Although she’s still a virgin, she’s begun experimenting sexually with both boys and girls. Mum Sarah wonders if her liberal parenting style might be responsible for her daughter’s behaviour.

Don’t miss their stories when Underage and Having Sex screens on Thursday, July 5th at 9:30pm on 3.