Doctor in Charge
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|Doctor in Charge|
|Starring||Robin Nedwell |
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|No. of series||2|
|No. of episodes||43|
|Running time||25 minutes|
|Original release||9 April 1972 – 29 December 1973|
|Preceded by||Doctor at Large|
|Followed by||Doctor at Sea|
Doctor in Charge Was a British television comedy series based on a set of books by Richard Gordon about the misadventures of a group of doctors. The series follows directly from its predecessor Doctor at Large. It was produced by London Weekend Television and broadcast on ITV during 1972-73.
Doctor in Charge was the largest of all the Doctor Series, featuring 43 episodes over two series. Ratings for this series were high and featured regularly in the top 10 programmes on ITV.
- Robin Nedwell - Dr Duncan Waring
- Richard O'Sullivan - Dr Lawrence Bingham
- George Layton - Dr Paul Collier
- Geoffrey Davies - Dr Dick Stuart-Clark
- Ernest Clark - Professor Geoffrey Loftus
- The Devil You Know
- The Research Unit
- The Minister's Health
- The Black and White Medical Show
- Doctor's Lib
- Which Doctor
- Climbing the Ladder
- Face the Music
- Mum's the Word
- The Fox
- A Night With the Dead
- This is Your Wife
- Honeymoon Special
- The Long, Long Night
- The System
- On the Brink
- Amazing Grace
- Shut Up and Eat What You're Given
- Yellow Fever
- The Taming of the Wolf
- An Officer and a Gentleman
- That's My Uncle!
- The Big Match
- The Rumour
- Long Day's Journey Into Knighthood
- The Merger
- Men Without Women
- A Deep Depression Centred Over St. Swithin's
- The Epidemic
- The Garden Fete
- Brotherly Hate
- The Loftus Papers
- In Place of Strife
- The Pool
- The Godfather
- A Man's Best Friend is His Cat
- There's No Fire Without Smoke
- Hello Sailor!
- Any complaints?
- Watch Out - There's a Thief About!
- Should Auld Acquaintance Be Forgot?
On 13 August 2007 Network DVD brought out the Doctor in Charge Season One DVD box set in the UK. Season Two followed three months later, on 12 November. They both are available in the Region 2 format currently and there's no word on when they'll be released in Region 1 in the U.S.
- Doctor in Charge at British TV Comedy Guide
- Doctor in Charge at Nostalgia Central
- Doctor in Charge on IMDb