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To round off the week of The Operation: Surgery Live with regard to its integration with Twitter here are a selection of tweets from the week. Trending 3rd, 2nd and 1st over the week reflects what seems to have been a successful experiment.
warrenfree: Enjoyed watching Channel4 adoption of twitter to allow us to question the surgeons.. Interesting to watch too #slive
OotSandShaman my question was just asked on @surgerylive! man twitter kicks ass
wisebuddha liking use of twitter integration in a linear tv show good example from C4 in UK more of this in future http://bit.ly/hevJ2 #slive
Sarahgrittin09 #slive good to see social networking sites used for more interesting things like this rather than poncy photos and relationship statuses!
Vialli25 #slive the first TV programme I’ve ever watched where they actually ask you to include this hashtag when talking about the show on Twitter!
liammoody Looking forward to Surgery Live at 11 tonight. Have just got the Twitterfall app to follow #slive discussion! It’s a rare gem from Ch4
vas_876 @ajd90 Hey, looks like #slive has brought loads of us prospective medics to twitter
mygadgetlife: #slive really C4 a great program made all the more enjoyable with twitter but poor scheduling [many viewers were upset that the live broadcast had to end after its allotted hour]
InnerLambada: Surgery live is absolutely addicting. I just couldn’t stop watching. Although I couldn’t help but think “What if it goes wrong?” #slive
thumbfight: #3wordsduringsex (1 thumb down) VS. #slive (2 thumbs up)
anthayes: .@krishgm awe inspiring but can you be on for longer tomorrow though? #slive
beth_richards: #slive is genius
ellied18: Shame #slive isn’t on for longer… great insight!
MrCheapCalls: #slive Well, that wizzed by… not long enough!!
machotrouts: #slive This isn’t interactive enough, when do we get to vote on what bits to take out? Does the red button control any equipment?
simonday09: #slive I hope you all enjoyed live brain surgery as much as I did, simply amazing. well done channel4!
wren154: #slive Forget Susan Boyle and all the other wannabes. This programme is showing where Britain’s Got Talent
marcmcg @SurgeryLive please turn SurgeryLive into a weekly series. Most innovative and educational show I’ve seen on TV in a long time.
tweelhouse @krishgm Watching Mondays #slive – totally fascinating. Have a heart condition and helping me better understand what goes on inside me!
#slive wow this is extraordinary, just tuned in for the first time! Not for the faint hearted, but may be I could be a doctor
Bruce elrick #slive @krishgm another classic -quick work from tonights surgeon. Did you guys get started earlier? This would be great to show in schools
sotonrich watching day 3 of the amazing surgery live all week has been amazing. there should be more of this on tv #slive
Rachael90210 #slive This is one of the best things on TV! Love. It.
Unfortunately, I can’t watch #slive since I’m in the US😦 Sounds like just the kind of show I’d actually love to watch!
Chrissarnowski #slive Thank you Surgery Live; great eyeopener, makes me more determined to pursue my ambitions in medicine…
LyndaHull @surgerylive Am loving the shows. Totally mesmerising TV. Congratulations!
Ajnokia slive Great idea, always wondered what happens during surgery. Because once your under the blanket you have no idea.
Gregp94 #slive is brilliant
Lucy_locket_91 #slive: Will there be another series??? This has been my highlight of the week!
Martincollett #slive another excellent programme, shame the series has to end, looking forward to more soon!
TEDavis #slive = brilliant, loved every second of it!
Ummmdonuts #slive noooooooooooooooooooooo don’t end! more surgery! pleaaaaaaaaaaaaaaassssssseeeeeeeeeee!
J_Dizzle_: just watched heart surgery live on channel 4, twitter questions and updates.. very well done. #slive
mjmobbs: #slive excellent, see you tomorrow, really enjoyed the Twitter and Live TV combination.
philroberts: #slive this could be one of the best models for twitter, live interactive feedback brilliant twitter was a great enhancement to the show
manpreet1: Surgery live on channel 4, and #slive, was a great use of a new format.