Adrian Edmonson stars as a heroic medic on a mission to save the National Health Service.
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Adrian Edmondson ...  Dr. Roy Glover 6 episodes, 2004
Madhav Sharma Madhav Sharma ...  Dr. George Banatwala 6 episodes, 2004
Mina Anwar ...  Sister Zita Khan 6 episodes, 2004
David Mitchell ...  Dr. Toby Stephens 6 episodes, 2004
Abigail Cruttenden Abigail Cruttenden ...  Dr. Lucy Potter 6 episodes, 2004
Steven Alvey Steven Alvey ...  Flapper 6 episodes, 2004
Susan Earl Susan Earl ...  Nurse Tara Cummings 6 episodes, 2004
Geoffrey McGivern Geoffrey McGivern ...  Walt 5 episodes, 2004
Joanna Scanlan ...  Stumpy Yates 4 episodes, 2004
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Adrian Edmonson stars as a heroic medic on a mission to save the National Health Service.

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UK

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English

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13 January 2004 (UK) See more »

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(6 episodes)

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Stereo

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Color
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12 February 2004 | by Chris MooresSee all my reviews

I stumbled across this last week when changing channels. When I saw Ade Edmondson and Mina Anwar were in it, I thought I'd be in for an unexpected treat. How disappointed was I to discover a tired, predictable, formulaic sitcom with very few, if any, laughs. Is this trying to be a British "Scrubs"? Why is Ade Edmondson, famous for his anarchic sense of humour, playing a role that appears to have been written for somebody like Peter Davison or Robert Lindsey? Maybe it will develop with time. Mina Anwar is always worth watching and she almost saves the show. But not quite. When you consider the quality of some of the shows on Radio 4 and BBC3 and this gets on air? What is going on? What next, Rik Mayall in a sitcom about a long suffering Dentist with a quirky family and a formidable wife? Oh no, hang on, Robert Lindsey IS in that one!


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