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Successful surgeon Dr Martin Ellingham relocates to the seaside village of Portwenn in Cornwall; but his gruff demeanour and poor bedside manner bring him into conflict with the locals as he begins his new life as a GP.
James is teething: nothing seems to be working, and nobody is getting any sleep. In desperation, Martin and Louisa agree to try Mel Hendy's (Rosie Ede) suggestion of amber beads. They appear to be working, until James gets a bead stuck up his nose.Mrs Tishell seems to be having a delayed onset of mourning and is "speaking to" Clive. Bert tries to offer advice, which only leads to Mrs Tishell shutting the pharmacy, inconveniencing everyone.
Penhale decides to have a Police Open day to raise community awareness. The only genuine visitor he has though, is an angry farmer, Hannah Butler. Another three of her sheep have been stolen and Penhale seems to be doing nothing about it.
Louisa has arranged to get a lift with Tina a classmate on her course. Louisa is questioning her decision to go back to studying – can she fit it all in as Tina does?
Martin wakes up to an empty bed. When he goes looking for Louisa he discovers she is trying to write her resignation letter.
Following the complaint to the medical authorities by a patient the Doc was treating he has been advised by Chris Parsons (Vincent Franklin) not to practice for a week before his hearing. However this does not stop patients asking for his help. Bill Potter, a local potter, approaches Martin with a suspected ganglion. Martin sends him to a surgery in Wadebridge, but Bill decides against it – he has too much work on.
Joseph Morgan(Mick Mabley)
Vicki Pepperdine(Mrs. Richards)
Joe Absolom(Al Large)
Selina Cadell(Sally Tishell)
Ian McNeice(Bert Large)
Claire Bloom(Margaret Ellingham)
Julie Graham(Maggie Penhale)
Angeline Ball(Julie Mitchell)
Katherine Parkinson(Pauline Lamb)
Annabelle Apsion(Jennifer Cardew)
Louise Jameson(Eleanor Glasson)
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