|Other names||The Surgery|
|Running time||60 minutes (9:00 pm–10:00 pm)|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|Home station||BBC Radio 1|
|Starring||Gemma Cairney, Radha Modgil|
|Recording studio||Broadcasting House, London|
|Original release||1999 – present|
|Audio format||FM, digital radio and Internet radio|
The Surgery with Gemma and Dr Radha (formerly known as the Sunday Surgery) is a British radio show that airs on BBC Radio 1 on Wednesday evenings from 9 to 10 pm. Since June 2015 it has been hosted by Gemma Cairney and Radha Modgil.
The show first began with Sara Cox in 1999, then was joint-hosted by Emma B. Emma B and Mark Hamilton then co-hosted the show for six years, before Letita SD took over the programme until 2007. From July 2007, Annie Mac took over the role of presenting from Letitia during the Sex Weeks of Summer, a series of special programs during Radio 1's Six Weeks of Summer, focusing on sex related issues. The show was relaunched in October 2007 with Kelly Osbourne at the helm, but her stint was short lived. She was formally replaced by Aled Haydn Jones in March 2009.
In June 2014, it was announced that starting 1 September 2014, The Surgery would move to a weekly Wednesday night slot, from 9pm to 10pm.
In April 2015 it was announced that Gemma Cairney would present the show from June 2015 onwards. 
Listeners are given advice, mostly for common adolescent problems, and other listeners share their experiences and advice and are encouraged to give their point of view. The format is similar to "problem pages" found in teenage magazines. There are also often special shows specifically dedicated to one subject, such as a type of addictive behaviour or dependency. The Surgery has a team of experts on hand to deal with both medical, emotional and psychological problems, including Radha Modgil and psychotherapist Aaron Balick. After the departure of medical doctor Mel Sayer in September 2012, Sanjay Pawar was announced as the new resident doctor on The Surgery. In June 2013, Radha Modgil became the new resident doctor.
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While there is often a discussion 'theme' on the show, it is up to callers and texters to decide what they want to ask about.
Personal issues commonly tackled on the show include:
- Self harming
- Teenage pregnancy, abortion, and contraception
- Exam stress
- Sexually transmitted diseases
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