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Doctors is a British medical soap opera which first broadcast in the United Kingdom on BBC One on 27 March 2000. Set in the fictional Midlands town of Letherbridge, defined as being close to the city of Birmingham, the soap follows the staff and their families of a doctor's surgery.
Doctors is produced by BBC Birmingham and is screened on BBC One, with the first episode broadcast on 27 March 2000. It was created by Chris Murray, with Mal Young developing it and Carson Black the original producer. The show has been shown at lunchtime since its inception, originally at 12.30pm as a lead-in to the BBC's One O'Clock News. After it was temporarily moved to allow for extended news coverage of the September 11th 2001 attacks, its regular slot changed to 2:10 pm, following directly after Neighbours, after ratings rose to a 25% audience share. When the BBC lost Neighbours to Channel 5 in January 2008, it moved into the Australian soap's old slot of 1:45pm. For a brief trial period in Summer 2000, selected episodes from the first series were shown on Fridays at 7 pm and from 16 February 2009, the show began transmitting in high definition on BBC HD at 4:00pm the same day. (source: en.wikipedia.org)
Drama series set in a health centre. As final preparations for the performance take place, Rob worries about Adam. Barry investigates when a student reports receiving odd letters containing money.
Drama series set in a health centre. Scrooge grumbles about Christmas, but will visits from some spectres convince him that it is actually a good thing?
Drama series set in a health centre. Karen and Adam visit his mum in hospital before her operation, while Tyler is frustrated by an unwanted guest. Ayesha has to deal with a potential drunk after her friend ropes her into help.
Drama series set in a health centre. Mrs Tembe implements Christmas Jumper Day at The Mill, while Tyler encounters Ayesha's mother again. Karen gets a call from the hospital.
Chris Walker(Rob Hollins)
Lu Corfield(Freya Wilson)
Mark Frost(Steve Rawlings)
Akbar Kurtha(Rana Mistry)
Tim Downie(Alex North)
Natalie J. Robb(Jude Carlyle)
Nicole Arumugam(Kali Hamanda)
Stephen Boxer(Joe Fenton)
Janet Dibley(Elaine Cassidy)
Jaye Griffiths(Elizabeth Croft)
Martha Howe-Douglas(Donna Parmar)
Sarah Manners(Joanna Helm)
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