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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.
Dr Stephen Daker returns to his position as chief of the Lowlands University medical practice to find an American installed as vice chancellor and to face charges of unprofessional conduct from a volatile Polish professor.
The head of the art history department tries to save his job with an endowment of fake paintings while Steven struggles with the contradictory behavior of Grete.
Bob's dream of success and recognition is in danger after a night full of crime and mayhem. Untouched by these events Stephen and Rose spend the best time of their lives.
Jack Daniel has a new vision for Lowlands, visions that start to concern Stephen more and more, especially since it causes trouble with the students.
Jack Daniels suddenly starts to hail the traditional family values - something that raises Stephen's and George's suspicions.
Professor George Bunn still has to face an ongoing conspiracy, but then suddenly he gets unexpected help.
Jack Daniels has to face the revolts on campus, when he makes a tragic decision affecting everyone.
Stephen Dakers has left the university in England and tries himself as a hard working doctor in the city of Warsaw, Poland.
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