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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.

Genres: Comedy | Drama
Station: BBC One (UK)
Rating: 0/10 from 0 users
Status: Ended
Start: 1986-05-21

A Very Peculiar Practice Season 1 Air Dates


S01E01 - A Very Long Way from Anywhere Air Date: 21 May 1986 00:00 -

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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.


S01E02 - We Love You, That's Why We're Here Air Date: 28 May 1986 00:00 -

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Stephen is filled with panic and terror when Jock gives him the prime job on the first day of term.


S01E03 - Wives of Great Men Air Date: 04 June 1986 00:00 -

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Stephen has a problem on his hands when his diagnosis of Professor Furie's illness meets with violent opposition from the patient himself.


S01E04 - Black Bob's Hamburger Suit Air Date: 10 June 1986 00:00 -

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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.


S01E05 - Contact Tracer Air Date: 17 June 1986 00:00 -

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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.


S01E06 - The Hit List Air Date: 24 June 1986 00:00 -

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When the Vice Chancellor tries to involve the medical practice in another of his schemes, Stephen and Jock decide he must not succeed.


S01E07 - Catastrophe Theory Air Date: 02 July 1986 00:00 -

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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.

A Very Peculiar Practice Actors

David Troughton(Dr. Bob Buzzard)

Peter Davison(Dr. Stephen Daker)

Barbara Flynn(Dr. Rose Marie)

Graham Crowden(Jock McCannon)

Lindy Whiteford(Maureen Gahagan)

Sonia Hart(Nun)

Elaine Turrell(Nun)



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