Father Jacob Myers, a priest of the Roman Catholic Church, played by Martin Shaw, examines evidence of miracles to be used in canonisation but also performs exorcisms. As he learns, Jacob's... See full summary »
A team of Doctors committed to working on the frontline, the Accident and Emergency Department of busy city hospital. They are young, dedicated and idealistic. Driven by the desire to give the best service possible. Their reward is not money or prestige but in making a difference to people's lives. Saint Victor's a modern 'super' hospital, taking health-care into the future. Forward thinking, equipped with state of the art technology, a vital part of the community, a hospital for the 21st century. But demands are increasing and the patients keep on coming. The work is challenging, unpredictable and at times dangerous. The Doctors never know what is going to come in the door.Written by
This series has proved to be very popular with a lot of people and i understand why, it is simply a well acted, gripping, exciting on the edge of your seat show!! it may take time to get used to, but in its own way is the uk's answer to ER! as a returning 4th series in 2002 the show seems to have more and more similarities to ER for example the new two elephants cafe that all the doctors eat in (doc magoos) but the cast are amazing and act well in the series. i am upset that in the new series (4), all of the old docs seem to have disapeared off the face of the earth (david scobie, raz, stuart phelin, andrew argyle) the new docs are dishy but i think that it wasnt thought of enough (like how do you explain 4 docs just leaving and new ones turning up as if they had always been there?) that was the only chritisisms i have about the new series. otherwise i say niamh and martin, you have done yourself's and saint victors proud(again)
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