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Doctors: Letting Go

The first in a series of medical dramas which continues each weekday from tomorrow at 12.30pm.
Starring Christopher Timothy, Doctors revolves around a busy medical practice in Birmingham.
(See Monday's Choice.)

Alzheimer's destroys a loving couple's life.
Episode written by Chris Webb
(S)
BBC One London

Doctors

Coming and Going. Rawlings suspects a wife of committing a mercy killing. See Choice.
Episode written by John Brennan
For regular cast see Sunday (S)
BBC One London

Doctors

Crushed. A couple face a dilemma overtheir unborn baby.
Episode written by Wendy Lee (S)
BBC One London

Doctors

All That Glitters. The surgery is faced with a stubborn patient.
Episode written by Colin Blytheway (S)
BBC One London

Doctors

Life in a Day. The surgery gets an unexpected delivery.
Episode written by Chris Murray (S)
BBC One London

Doctors

Picking up the Pieces. An overanxious mother is proved right.
(S)
BBC One London

Doctors: God's Will

How does a doctor choose between a patient's life and their beliefs?
Written by Jenny Lecoat (S) (W)
BBC One London

Doctors

Confidential Information. Family loyalties are put to the test.
Written by Candy Denman (S)(W)
BBC One London

Doctors

Rub of the Green. Mac's best friend Des, played by comedian Gareth Hale , comes between him and Rana.
Written by Chris Murray (S) (W)
BBC One London

Doctors

The Mourning After. Dr Rawlings returns to the Riverside surgery after the tragic death of his wife.
Written by Chris Murray (S) (W)
BBC One London

Doctors

Second Fiddle. A country singer battles to save her voice and her relationship. And brotherly love is put to the test when a barber delivers more than a close shave.
Written by Colin Bytheway (S) (W)
BBC One London

Doctors

Clear View. Hindsight is a luxury even doctors can't afford.
Written by Candy Denman (S) (W)
BBC One London

Doctors

Sex, Lies and Red Tape. Both career and romantic rivalries lead to tension in the workplace.
Written by Paul Hodson and Chris Stagg
(S) (W)
BBC One London

Doctors

Cheated. Twin brothers take their gambling addiction too far.
Written by Danny McCahon (S)(W)
BBC One London

Doctors

Game Over. There's a surprise in store when a teenage girl is treated for stomach pains.
Written by Chris Webb (S) (W)
BBC One London

Doctors

Good to Talk. A man who stutters learns to cope with his problem. Two pensioners learn that competition isn't always healthy.
Written by Paul Mousley (S) (W)
BBC One London

Doctors

A Matter of Community. A detective asks for medical evidence that might convict a mugger of murder.
Written by Paul Mari (S) (W)
BBC One London

Doctors

Mum's the Word. A home visit uncovers domestic violence.
Written by Chris Webb (S) (W)
BBC One London

Doctors

Underpressure. A diabetic teenager takes a risk when he ignores medical warnings.
Written by Candy Denman (S) (W)
BBC One London

Doctors

Abide with Me. Continuing the storyline from the first episode. A couple face up to the harsh realities of living with Alzheimer's.
(S) (W)
BBC One London

Doctors

Love is the Drug. Drugs can enhance a patient's life, but what if the drug is illegal?
Written by Gaby Chiappe (S) (W)
BBC One London

Doctors

Control. A teenage boy needs help after confessing he has
I bulimia. Is Kate pregnant?
! Written by Jenny Lecoat (S) (W)
BBC One London

Doctors

Second Chance. A young soccer player's dreams are shattered.
Written by Jaden Clark (S) (W)
BBC One London

Doctors

Sins of the Mother. A girl and her father are baffled as to how she contracted hepatitis.
Written by Tom Fry and Sharon Kelly
(S) (W)
BBC One London

Doctors

Late Action Hero. Dr Rana Mistry fails to turn up for work, which angers Dr Caroline Powers , but when he does appear, he has a more than worthy excuse.
Written by Paul Hodson and Chris Stagg
(S) (W)
BBC One London

Doctors

Giving It Up. A pop singer learns there's more to life than stardom. Mac encourages the staff to attend a gym - but will he be able to set a good example?
Written by Terry Hand (S) (W)
BBC One London

Doctors: Loose Ends

Romance blooms in the waiting room, while the "morning after" brings regrets for another couple.
Written by Chris Webb (S) (W)
BBC One London

Doctors

With Friends like These. A stir is created by a generous bequest.
Written by Danny McCahon (S) (W)
BBC One London

Doctors

Catch 22. Dr Thompson has to solve a riddle to get to the bottom of a child's hyperactivity, and Mac is thrust into the centre of a factory strike.
Written by James Sefton (S) (W)
BBC One London

Doctors

Damage Limitation. A couple seek marriage counselling, while Joanna and Anoushka come to the aid of an alcoholic.
Written by Barbara Phillips (S) (W)
BBC One London

Doctors

Choices. A mother must make a life or death decision to obtain the chance of a longer life.
Written by James Sefton (S) (W)
BBC One London

Doctors

Twist of Fate. A couple's chance of happiness is snatched away.
Written by Chris Murray (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/health Dr Mark Porter on GPs: page 37
BBC One London

Doctors

A Helping Hand. A patient accuses one of the doctors of causing her husband's death.
Written by Nick Warburton (S) (W)
BBC One London

Doctors

A Woman Right to Choose
A patient of Helen's has to choose between her own sight and the life of her baby.
Written by Tom Fry and Sharon Kelly
(S) (W)
BBC One London

Doctors

Slim Chance. A doctor races against the clock to save a life.
Written by Paul Hodson and Chris Stagg
(S) (W)
BBC One London

Doctors

False Alarm. A suspected abuse case turns out to be deceptive.
Written by Kathrine Smith (S) (W)
BBC One London

Doctors

Taking Stock. The practice is broken into.
Written by Anji Loman Field (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/health
Dr Mark Porter in the surgery: page 40
BBC One London

Doctors: Never Walk Alone

A disabled patient causes concern as a doctor doubts his diagnosis.
Written by David Howard
(S) (W)
BBC One London

Doctors

Running Costs. A talented teenage athlete's chances of success are foiled by an injury.
Written by Stephen Chester (S) (W)
BBC One London

Doctors

Baby Love. A couple have to learn to face up to reality.
Written by Chris Webb (S) (W)
BBC One London

Doctors

To Have and to Hold. An older couple demonstrate their true love for each other while someone faces the consequence of a reckless mistake.
Written by Chris Murray (S) (W)






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