Operation Ouch!

Catch up TV on Operation Ouch!. Watch the latest and all other episodes of Operation Ouch! now online, broadcasted on ABC3. Catch up on your favorite ABC3 TV show: Operation Ouch!. Replay tv on its best! Hosted by twins, Dr Chris and Dr Xand van Tulleken, this serie is packed with incredible facts about the human body as the twins experiment and explore their way through the fascinating world of medicine and biology.

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Season 3, Episode 6 28:00

Season 3, Episode 6

3.0 18 x
The doctors try to trick their body temperatures, the 'Ouch-Mobile' is open for more intriguing medical mysteries, and Dr Xand tries to stop his body giving him away when he tells fibs in a lie detector test.
Season 3, Episode 5 28:00

Season 3, Episode 5

3.5 15 x
The doctors fill their bladders - quite literally - to show what happens when you go for a wee. Dr Chris meets a robot that can zap bad cells, and Dr. Xand is in the 'Ouch-Mobile' ready for more medical mysteries.
Season 3, Episode 1 29:00

Season 3, Episode 1

3.0 11 x
The doctors reveal how much power there is in your farts; Dr Chris trains as a nurse on a ward full of robotic patients; and in 'Ouch & About' Dr Xand opens up the brand new drop-in clinic, the 'Ouch-Mobile'.
Season 2, Episode 10 27:00

Season 2, Episode 10

3.0 6 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 7 28:00

Season 2, Episode 7

3.0 13 x
The doctors prove that we all have invisible ink inside our bodies, and Dr Xand sees head lice removed with a vacuum cleaner! Meanwhile over in Accidents and Emergency one patient has banged her head on a telegraph pole...
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