Screen One: Season 4, Episode 1

A Very Polish Practice (6 Sep. 1992)

TV Episode  -  Comedy | Crime | Drama
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Dr. Daker feels finally settled in his life in Poland with his new wife and son, but he soon find things to be just as tumultuous, not least because Bob Buzzard is still around. And is that those nuns again?

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Joanna Kanska ...
Adam Przedrzymirski ...
Tomasz
David Troughton ...
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Tadeusz Melnik
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Reynard Krapowski
Dariusz Odija ...
Marek
Polly Hemingway ...
Ewa
Nina Marc ...
Helena
Maria Quoos-Morawska ...
Maria (as Maria Quoss)
Agnieszka Robótka-Michalska ...
Renata (as Agnieszka Robotka)
Jelena Budimir ...
Peasant whore
Zofia Merle ...
Nun
Barbara Babilinska ...
Nun
Leon Niemczyk ...
Priest
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Dr. Daker feels finally settled in his life in Poland with his new wife and son, but he soon find things to be just as tumultuous, not least because Bob Buzzard is still around. And is that those nuns again?

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A good follow-up and a new direction
6 March 2006 | by (Bristol, England, United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Excellent to see the character development of Dr Stephen Daker (Peter Davison) continuing, and increasingly confident following the events of the last season of "A Very Peculiar Practice".

This TV film misses Rose Marie (Barbara Flynn) but her character was pretty much played out in the University stories already, whilst Bob Buzzard proves surprisingly versatile in the new setting. Altogether a nice, witty conclusion, perhaps slightly melancholy and not as surreal but with the added bonus of telling its story in a mere movie-length instead of over an entire season.

As always the acting from the main and guest cast is excellent. Joanna Kanska is now reportedly (according to "where are they now?") acting as receptionist to Michael Winner but I find that hard to believe as she's still acting.

On the basis of her early BBC roles, deservedly so! Peter Davison and David Troughton, both TV and stage veterans, spark amusingly off each other in this, as they have in their other productions together. See it if you can, but see the TV series first.


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