Doctor Finlay: Series 1 (1993) Based on the characters created by Scots author AJ Cronin, DOCTOR FINLAY updates the popular series of the 1960's - Doctor Finlay's Casebook. Doctor Finlay: Series 2 (1993) Doctor Finlay returns in this second series of the medical drama set in the fictional town of Tannochbrae in the 1940's. Doctor Finlay is continuing to grapple with a heavy workload and the final difficulties of post war life. His problems are not helped by the semi-retirement of his former partner Doctor Cameron and his continuing strained relationship with Doctor Neil who is beginning to have second thoughts about his future in the Arden House Practice. Meanwhile, Janet is also concerned about the future state of the practice as she prepares for her wedding to Angus Livingstone.Doctor Finlay: Series 3 (1995) The third series of Doctor Finlay sees some major changes in the day to day life in the surgery; two new partners in quick succession, the retirement of Doctor Cameron and the addition of Rhona Swanson, who replaces Janet as Doctor Finlay's housekeeper. The arrival of Tannochbrae's first lady Doctor, Jennifer Napier, certainly causes a stir. She has a way of confronting Doctor Finlay's more conservative instincts and is determined not to put up with a patient list of women and children only. These seven episodes introduce the widest variety of guest characters so far and at the same time, deal with a very contemporary range of subjectsDoctor Finlay: Series 4 (1995) A J Cronin's famous characters are lovingly recreated in the popular Scotish period drama.1. HOME TRUTHSBrenda Maitland's parents have returned to Tannochbrae after thirty years in India and give Dr. Napier cause for concern because they seem to be concealing something about their daughter.2. ALL JOCK TAMSON'S BAIRNSWhen a wartime hero dies of a heart attack, the villagers of Tannochbrae are under the false impression his death was the result of
Doctor Finlay - Complete Series
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Annette Crosbie, David Rintoul, Jessica Turner
Infrequent Moderate Violence, Mature Themes
A J Cronin's famous characters are lovingly recreated in the popular Scotish period drama.