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 »
Although she is a nun, Sister Brigid clearly has plucked eyebrows and is often shown wearing lipstick, all highly unlikely for a woman who has taken the veil. See more »
[To Sister Brigid]
Thank You Nurse, Err Nun, Err Nursey Nun, whatever you are.
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This series centers on a small community hospital in northern England during the so-called "swinging" 60's. There are a number of fascinating characters especially Matron, head of nursing, Mr. Rose, consulting surgeon and the two main physicians, Doctors Ormerud and Wetherill. Unlike Gray's Anatomy the plots
have as much to do with the practice of medicine as the personal lives of the
characters. For the most part the drama is not sensational, but thoughtful
and gentle. If you want some respite from the barrage of violence, gore and bedroom antics of most other television fare, you should enjoy The Royal.
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