To the outside world Stuart, Ashley and Rachid look like angels of mercy; to their colleagues, they're a trio of pedantic know-alls; and to the career alcoholics and late-night revellers on the swarming streets of Leeds, they're nothing more than glorified taxi drivers with one drop-off point - Accident & Emergency.
Swept along by an endless tide of bodily fluids (rarely their own), the trio bicker, fight and shag their way through the darkly funny maelstrom of their lives. Behind the uniforms, the sirens, and the fast driving, they are three ordinary blokes trying to make it through yet another shift.
But once they've finished saving other people's lives, will they be able to salvage their own?
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Directors of Photography
Amy Beth Hayes
Katherine Dow Blyton
PRESS & REVIEWS
"'Sirens' dark, reflective heart for outshone its occasional puerility. It wasn't just the strong casting, it was also the nuances of the script and presentation."
- Alex Hardy, The Times
"Shock Treatment - Edgy 999 comedy is not for the faint-hearted."
- Leigh Holmwood, The Sun
"Sirens had a life force about it that held the attention."
- Keith Watson, Metro
"Is blogging really the stuff of great drama? First it was Diary of a Call Girl. Now Sirens, based on a blog by a paramedic, has made the transition from web to screen."