Operation Ouch!

November 2018

Season 4, Episode 5

3.0 4 x
The Doctors test a theory to see if they can find out why skin goes wrinkly in the bath, Dr Chris meets a patient taking part in ground-breaking heart research, and test the power of your eyes in today's mind-bending trick.

Season 4, Episode 4

3.0 6 x
The Doctors reveal what happens when you get diarrhoea, Dr Xand gets his skates on when he meets Alexia and Kloe from CBBC's 'Ice Stars' to investigate how they spin without getting dizzy.

Season 4, Episode 3

4.0 5 x
With the help of opera singer Lucy O'Bryne, the Doctors reveal the hidden muscle that makes you breathe, Dr Xand heads to a DNA laboratory to solve the mystery of who stole his strawberry milk.

Season 4, Episode 2

4.0 6 x
The Doctors reveal where your blood comes from, Dr Chris meets a patient undergoing life-changing brain surgery, and there's a mind-bending trick to test the powers of concentration.

Season 4, Episode 1

3.0 2 x
The Doctors reveal the surprising secret behind the speed of your nerves, Dr Xand finds out what happens if you don't wash your hands.

Season 3, Episode 10

4.0 0 x
Dr Chris and Dr Xand have First Aid tips as they show you what to do if someone chokes. The Ouch-Mobile opens its doors to help solve more medical mysteries, and the doctors look at some of the best bits of Operation Ouch!

Season 3, Episode 9

3.0 6 x
The doctors get competitive in a race to reveal what happens when blood vessels get blocked, Dr Xand goes for some physiotherapy, and Dr Chris is out with the emergency services helping a man with chest pain.
October 2018

May 4, 2016

3.0 8 x
Dr Chris and Dr. Xand turn back the clock and look at what medicine was like during the First World War.

Season 2, Episode 10

3.0 11 x
Dr. Chris and Dr. Xand show you an awesome trick to amaze your friends with and reveal another way your body heals itself if you get injured. The doctors also look at some of their best bits of Operation Ouch so far.

Season 2, Episode 9

4.0 13 x
The doctors show that your breath is just as unique as your fingerprints, and Dr. Chris goes behind the scenes of medical drama 'Casualty' to see how they make fake body parts look so realistic.