Gordon is disturbed when he receives poison pen letters. The staff help Sally Bain, a girl whose parents' behaviour has caused her to run away from home. Jeff is shocked to find that a cheese on sale...
Gordon and Frankie are put in a dangerous situation when they go to the aid of an injured trawler-man on board a boat which is gradually sinking. Matron hands in her resignation in order to start a ...
British Drama aired 2003-2011. Total of 86 Episodes A dedicated staff of doctors and nurses care for patients at the fictional St. Aidan's Royal Free Hospital in the seaside town of Elsinby in this spinoff of the popular British show "Heartbeat." Set in the 1960s, the series focuses on the medical issues faced by patients and the moral dilemmas those emergencies bring about.Written by
The house used for Dr Ormerod and Dr Wetherill's home is a residential property situated directly opposite St Mary's Church in Scarborough and has panoramic views of the North Bay from its garden which can be seen in an episode where they have a garden party. See more »
Series 3 Episode 5 "Poison" Dr Ormerod says goodnight to Sister Brigid, then walks out of the door from Casualty to the Ambulance Bay. As he approaches the door, his coat is unbuttoned, but when he reaches the other side of the door it is completely done up. See more »
Life is very short, and very fragile. It's easy to let it go by and suddenly find that all the things you meant to do just never got done. When you're young, you think you've got forever. But you're dead for a very long time. That's all.
Dr. Jill Weatherill:
Is that advice?
One of the privileges of old age is you can talk nonsense and get away with it. You'll know if it's advice, or just nonsense.
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While I truly enjoyed bingeing on this whimsical dramedy set in North Yorkshire, it was re-visiting the 60s British pop hit singles that made every episode for me- From Manfred Mann's cover of Dylan's "The Mighty Quinn" to Freddie and the Dreamers' "I'm Tellin' You Now" to The Spencer Davis Group's "Keep on Runnin" it's a thoughtful musical journey back in time accompanying the goings on at St; Aidan's Royal Free Hospital.
I wish the producers or distributors had the forethought to get agreements for a couple of soundtracks/playlists It would be a fun listen.
Maybe another reviewer will gather the titles from every episode...
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