Frankie discovers that her stalker has been in her house and done her washing and ironing. She calls Andy,who spends the night in the guest room before Frankie reports it to the police next day. In ...
Wheel-chair user Matthew Seren arrives as the nurses' administrator and receptionist. Initially grumpy he hits it off with nurse Karen and is soon standing his round in the pub. Frankie learns that ...
Frankie Maddox,head of a team of district nurses at a Bristol doctors practice,is concerned that sixty-year old Jean Winters is running herself ragged,caring for a terminally ill husband and crossing...
In a late night bar, Henry is approached by a mysterious woman who offers to sell him the severed "manhood" of Wales' greatest vocal entertainer... Believing he can make a fortune selling ... See full summary »
Starlings follows the lives of a typical working-class family who live in Derbyshire. Granddad has recently moved in, following an incident at the old folks' home. Rather than see him ... See full summary »
When the National Gallery in London is flooded the Director, Quentin Lester, decides to transfer the entire collection to the Welsh caves where the collection was stored during World War II... See full summary »
The daily life of a caring, traveling Nurse who has a fun side to her.
This is a good show to unwind with at the end of a dreary day at work.
You get to see visiting Nurses in both there professional and personal lives and how they deal with the ups and down of both. From broken relationships to death, these ladies deal with it in a truly professional way and when that doesn't work, they let loose and have fun. See Eve Myles lead this band of medical folk in a good show that I highly recommend. In the first episode we see...... OH no, I'm not telling, you're going to have to watch it your self, but be warned, you are going to want more than the first season has (only 6 episodes). Here's hoping for many more episodes.
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