Michael encounters two mentor possibilities and participates in a surgery for the first time.
Michael is exhilarated when he is assigned to clerk the patient of a prominent surgeon. His efforts to impress, however, don't quite go according to plan.
Michael experiences a crushing loss that brings the challenges of making it through medical school into stark detail.
Michael finally earns his way across Gower Street and begins seeing patients. He also crosses into untouched lands elsewhere.
Michael and Victoria visit her family on the Isle of Wight. As their relationship deepens, Michael navigates the choppy waters of familial acceptance.
Michael meets his incomparable British rose.
Michael and his friend travel to the Meguid family village in Egypt where Michael learns more about his father, mother, and what it means to belong.
Michael encounters the cataclysmic combination of emotion and intimacy, only to be dashed against the rocks of bureaucratic bedlam.
Michael seeks the bonds of brotherhood by joining the University College First 8. He faces his first real societal responsibility as President of the Physiology Society: a banquet. The additional activities, though, have an impact on his academics and awaken a ghost from the past.
Michael begins at University College and quickly encounters two very different reactions to his presence on campus.
Michael moves to London to embark on his educational journey at University College, London. He's done it! He's made it into the college of his dreams! But first, a different kind of educational experience awaits: Marie.
Young Michael interviews for admission at University College, London despite a complete lack of confidence from Burnage's Headmaster. Befitting his own station, the news that Michael's life trajectory has changed comes from an unlikely source.
As his mother abandons him again and again, the popular English cereal Weetabix becomes a metaphor for Michael's growing resentment.
Celebrities and dignitaries show up to pay their respects at the untimely passing of Michael's family member. Michael seeks a way out of Egypt, and finds it through unexpected means.
This debut episode begins where Dr. Meguid began: Cairo, land of his birth. As young Michael is uprooted and replanted in multiple countries, he faces incredible challenges and loss that will mold and shape him for years to come.
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Listen in as the (mostly) true-life story of Dr. Michael Marwan Meguid's coming of age is shared. Born in Cairo, Egypt and raised in post-WWII Germany and England, Dr. Meguid would go on to become an internationally-renowned surgeon, founding a medical journal while practicing and conducting medical research at Harvard...