To Provide All PeoplE

One hour film poem 'In the voice of the NHS' to celebrate the 70th anniversary  

To Provide All People tells the story of a single day in the NHS, from dusk to dawn, with a single hospital at its heart. It will chart the emotional and philosophical map of what defines the NHS and the personal experiences that lie at the heart of the service; from patients to surgeons, porters to midwives.
— BBC Media Centre

'TO PROVIDE ALL PEOPLE' was written by award-winning OWEN SHEERS and directed by PIP BROUGHTON. They first collaborated on BAFTA Cymru winning film - poem 'THE GREEN HOLLOW'. 

This is an important and exciting commission for us and one that celebrates and recognises the people working in one of our most important public services. Alongside the extraordinary cast which Vox Pictures has secured, I’m just so thrilled to have Owen Sheers and Pip Broughton together again and working their unique magic.
— BBC Wales Head of Commissioning, Nick Andrews

The film includes an ALL STAR-CAST such as Martin Freeman, Eve Myles, Micheal Sheen, Meera Syal, Michelle Collins, Aimee-Ffion Edwards, Suzanne Packer and many more