Medics

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  • Genre(s): Drama
  • Release year: 1990
Medics is a British medical drama series that was first broadcast on ITV on 14 November 1990. The show ran for five series with a total of 40 episodes. The show came to end on 24 November 1995. It follows the everyday lives and loves, trials and... read more

Medics is a British medical drama series that was first broadcast on ITV on 14 November 1990. The show ran for five series with a total of 40 episodes. The show came to end on 24 November 1995. It follows the everyday lives and loves, trials and tribulations of the doctors, nurses, patients and administrative staff of a large teaching hospital in the north-west of England near the city of Manchester.

Original Release

11/14/1990

Cast

Peter Wingfield
Edward Atterton
Tom Baker Prof. Geoffrey Hoyt, general surgeon
Jimmi Harkishin Dr. Jay Rahman, registrar
Emma Cunningham Dr. Gail Benson, senior house officer
James Gaddas Dr. Robert Nevin, senior registrar
Dinah Stabb Miss Helen Lomax, plastic surgeon
Patricia Kerrigan Dr. Sarah Kemp, senior registrar
Clarence Smith Billy Cheshire, charge nurse
Hugh Quarshie
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 Lifeline Friday, 08 September 1995
2 Illusions Friday, 15 September 1995
3 Labour of Love Friday, 22 September 1995
4 Born Losers Friday, 29 September 1995
5 Coming to Terms Friday, 06 October 1995
6 Certain Risks Friday, 13 October 1995
7 Second Chance Friday, 20 October 1995
8 Breaking Point Friday, 27 October 1995
9 In Sickness and in Health Friday, 03 November 1995
10 Running on Empty Friday, 10 November 1995
11 Living and Lying Friday, 17 November 1995
12 Love Lies Bleeding Friday, 24 November 1995
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Directors

Frank W. Smith, Michael Owen Morris, Richard Signy, Anthony Garner, Colm Villa, Tony Dow, Henry Foster, Bren Simson, Jean Stewart, Julian Jarrold, Julian Farino, Matthew Evans, Richard Standeven

Writers

Sarah Daniels, Sam Snape, Neil McKay, Robin Mukherjee, Andy Smith, Kevin Hood, Peter Bowker, Roy Mitchell, Allan Cubitt, John Kerr, Susannah Hagan, Philip Myall, Lawrence Gray, Ginnie Hole, Tony Etchells, Alison Fisher, Steve Trafford, Rosamond Orde-Powlett, Julie Wassmer, David Fox, Paul Abbott

Cast

Peter Wingfield
Edward Atterton
Tom Baker Prof. Geoffrey Hoyt, general surgeon
Jimmi Harkishin Dr. Jay Rahman, registrar
Emma Cunningham Dr. Gail Benson, senior house officer
James Gaddas Dr. Robert Nevin, senior registrar
Dinah Stabb Miss Helen Lomax, plastic surgeon
Patricia Kerrigan Dr. Sarah Kemp, senior registrar
Clarence Smith Billy Cheshire, charge nurse
Hugh Quarshie
Sue Johnston Ruth Parry, administrator
Teddie Thompson Dr. Alison Makin, house officer
Nick Dunning Derek Foster, resources manager
Francesca Ryan Claire Armstrong
Susan McArdle Janice Thornton, health care assistant
Sue Johnston
Hugh Quarshie Dr. Tom Carey, research consultant
Emma Cunningham Gail Benson
Penny Bunton Jess Hardman
James Gaddas Robert Nevin

Producers

Sally Head Executive Producer
Alison Lumb Producer
Tony Dennis Producer
Gub Neal Producer
Louise Berridge Producer

Editors

Bob Morton, Paul Griffiths-Davies, David Cresswell, Peter Hallworth

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