The idealist young Doctor Finlay (Bill Simpson) sets out on a mission to bring a sleepy 1920s Scottish village into the 20th century.
The crusty senior Doctor Cameron (Andrew Cruickshank) and unflappable housekeeper Janet MacPherson (Barbara Mullen) complete the unlikely team at Arden House medical practice.
This time the doctors and Janet are convinced to take part in the cottage hospital’s talent show, a baby dies after Doctor Finlay persuades the mother to let him vaccinate the child, Finlay is cheated out of first prize in an angling contest and when Cameron and Finlay stop speaking to one another it’s up to Janet to find out why.
This cult-hit drama was first broadcast in 1962 and the show’s success was undoubtedly down to the excellent casting and compelling storylines that will have you coming back time and time again.
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This Scottish rural medical drama is a series of well crafted stories of bygone days when the national health service was in its infancy. One of those stories was about a man suffering a mysterious illness who went to see Dr Cameron, the senior partner in the surgery. I believe many people who buy the DVD's will identify with the stories and characters, be enchanted with the rural Scottish setting and will find the series as fascinating.as I do.
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