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A Very Peculiar Practice is a BBC comedy-drama series, which ran for two series in 1986 and 1988. It was written by Andrew Davies, and was inspired by his experiences as a lecturer at the University of Warwick.The series is a black comedy with surreal elements. It concerned an idealistic young doctor, Stephen Daker (Peter Davison), taking up a post as a member of a university medical centre. The centre is staffed by a group of misfits including the bisexual Rose Marie (Barbara Flynn), self-absorbed Bob Buzzard (David Troughton), and decrepit Scot, Jock McCannon (Graham Crowden) who heads the team in the first series.
With a new job and a fresh start in life, Dr Stephen Daker's enthusiasm knows no bounds until he meets his new colleagues at the University Medical Practice.
Stephen is filled with panic and terror when Jock gives him the prime job on the first day of term.
Stephen has a problem on his hands when his diagnosis of Professor Furie's illness meets with violent opposition from the patient himself.
Bob tries to enlist Stephen's help in a doubtful research project which he sees as the answer to all his problems. The result, however, is far from what he expected.
Stephen and his colleagues have a crisis on their hands when an epidemic hits the campus. Trying to trace the source proves as difficult as keeping the news from the Vice Chancellor.
When the Vice Chancellor tries to involve the medical practice in another of his schemes, Stephen and Jock decide he must not succeed.
A 25% cut in funding causes hysteria within the University, with the Vice Chancellor and the medical practice doing their utmost to keep their jobs.
David Troughton(Dr. Bob Buzzard)
Peter Davison(Dr. Stephen Daker)
Barbara Flynn(Dr. Rose Marie)
Graham Crowden(Jock McCannon)
Lindy Whiteford(Maureen Gahagan)
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