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"Take when needed is the instruction given with painkillers, offered by the medical staff in charge of your treatment. Medical dramas have proved a major source of material for television. How many of these British medical dramas can you recognise?"
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One of the earliest medical dramas on British television ran from 1957 until 1967. Set in the fictional Oxbridge General Hospital, it featured the emergencies on, and was named after, which ward number?
The daytime series 'Doctors' began on BBC television in 2000. Which actor, who made his name playing a veterinary surgeon, starred as Dr. Brendan McGuire?
Starring Max Beesley and Patrick Baladi, a much blacker medical drama appeared on British television between 2004 and 2006. What was it called?
'The District Nurse' starred Nerys Hughes in the title role. In which region of the UK was the series set?
'Casualty' has been running regularly on British television since 1986. Derek Thompson appeared in the first, and many subsequent episodes, playing which role?
First broadcast in March 2011, the television series 'Monroe' starred which actor in the title role?
The television series 'Dr. Finlay's Casebook' was based on the novel 'Country Doctor' written by which Scottish author?
A. J. Cronin
First appearing in 1999 as a spin-off of 'Casualty', which show is based on the wards of the same hospital?
'Peak Practice' began in May 1993 when it starred which actor as Dr. Jack Kerruish?
Set in the 1890s, the medical drama 'Bramwell' starred a member of which acting dynasty in the title role?
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