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Doc Martin's Casebook


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In each of these eight programmes, new television GP
Dr Martin Hughes will examine a common medical complaint from the patient's point of view and follow them as they seek treatment. "The series is vitally important," he says. "It concentrates on everyday illnesses which everyone could suffer from, but the more we can get people to understand these common ailments the quicker they are likely to get better." He also hopes to demonstrate that "one ill person in a household can have a tremendously damaging effect on the lives of those around them".
The first case is one such example. Tom and Gwyneth fell in love, married and had a family. But Tom's snoring created nightly tension which began to wreck their marriage. Practical help finally arrived, but it was not the cure they were expecting. Producer Sally Dixon
Series editor Michael Latham


Unknown: Dr Martin Hughes
Producer: Sally Dixon
Editor: Michael Latham

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Doc Martin's Casebook

BBC One London, 14 July 1993 19.30

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