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Doctors Last Cut (2000– ) online
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Last Cut
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TV Episode / Drama
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Matt Carter
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Owen Brenman,Seeta Indrani,David Sturzaker
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Mark Clompus
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Doctors Last Cut (2000– ) online

Doctors is a continuing British medical soap opera which first broadcast in the United Kingdom on BBC One on 26 March 2000. Set in the fictional Midlands town of Letherbridge, defined (in the programme) as being in the city of Birmingham, the soap follows the lives of the staff of both a NHS Doctor's surgery and University Campus Surgery, as well as their families and friends.

The episode which peaked . million was the last in the year. Doctors (2000 TV series). 2000 British television programme debuts. 2000s British television series. 2000 in television - The year 2000 in television involved some significant events. Below is a list of television related events in 2000. For the American TV schedule, see: 2000 01 United States network television schedule.

Show: Doctors Number: Season 11, Episode 229 Airdate: Mar 24, 2010 at 13:45.

Last Cut. Doctors Series 11. Episode 230 of 234. Simon is alarmed when he finds that one of his cancer patients has suddenly stopped taking his medication and wants to end his days fishing. Charlie has a surprise for everyone when they are invited to audition for a charity show. Lily and Sapphire are struggling with the withdrawal programme. Last on. Wed 24 Mar 2010 18:00.

Doctors (2000 TV series) facts. The episode which peaked . Aired on 17 December 2010 the episode titled "These Boots" saw the departure of receptionist Ruth Pearce and the dramatic scenes of Dr Simon Bond having to have his stomach pumped by colleagues; Dr Zara Carmichael and Dr Daniel Granger. The previous episode aired on 16 December peaked viewers of . million to see Receptionist Karen Hollins receive news about her unexpected pregnancy. Pictures, videos, biodata, and files relating to Doctors (2000 TV series) are also acceptable encyclopedic sources.

Doctors Season 11 Last Cut. Prev. This episode has no screenshot set. Episode Number 229. DVD Season & Episode Number. Absolute Episode Number. Originally Aired Wednesday, March 24, 2010.

Categories: Doctors (2000 TV series) 2000 in British television 2000 television series debuts 2000s British television series BBC television dramas Medical television series. For the BBC television series produced 1969-71, see The Doctors (1969 TV series). For the 2008 US TV series, see The Doctors (2008 TV series). Doctors introduction as of 23 November 2009. Doctors has breaks in the Summer for the Wimbledom Tennis matches held for three weeks and during the Christmas period, it ends on the last Friday before Christmas and returns on the first Monday of the following year. On Bank Holidays and over the Easter Holidays, the series usually takes a transmission break.

Summary: Doctors is a British daytime television soap opera, which started in 2000. Series: Doctors - Season 11. Aired: March 24, 2010. Watch Doctors - Season 11 - Episode 229 - Last Cut Online.

One of Simon's patients has decided to spend his time fishing, instead of taking his cancer medication. Charlie announces that he hopes everyone will perform a tap dance for a charity show. They are all reticent, until Charlie shows them all how to do it - he can really tap!
Episode cast overview:
Owen Brenman Owen Brenman - Dr. Heston Carter
Seeta Indrani Seeta Indrani - Dr. Lily Hassan
David Sturzaker David Sturzaker - Dr. Simon Bond
Philip McGough Philip McGough - Dr. Charlie Bradfield
Donnaleigh Bailey Donnaleigh Bailey - Michelle Corrigan
Sophie Abelson Sophie Abelson - Cherry Malone
Diane Keen Diane Keen - Julia Parsons
Selina Chilton Selina Chilton - Ruth Pearce
Jan Pearson Jan Pearson - Karen Hollins
Chris Walker Chris Walker - Rob Hollins
Dominic Marsh Dominic Marsh - Noah Smithson
Ami Metcalf Ami Metcalf - Sapphire Cox
Mike Grady Mike Grady - Arthur Bruin
Penelope Beaumont Penelope Beaumont - Janey Bruin
Robert Whelan Robert Whelan - Fred Bruin