Doctor Finlay is a modern follow-up to the popular series of the 1960s - Doctor Finlay's Casebook. Set in the 1940s, the series chronicles life in the town of Tannochbrae as people come to terms with post-war era and Doctor Finlay copes with upheaval in his personal and professional life.
Episode 1 - The Return. It's 1946 and the dawn of a post-war period of hope and expectation. However, John Finlay's homecoming is harshly different. The practice is run-down, the politics continue and his fiancée is curiously absent.
Episode 2 - Working Together. Although Dr. Cameron is to retire there's an atmosphere of tension about his departure from Arden House. Working as a GP again Dr. Finlay finds that healthcare for the poor hasn't improved leading to tragic consequences.
Episode 3 - Winning the Peace. Sergeant Forbes has a vendetta against the Hendersons which draws Dr Finlay into a bitter conflict.
Episode 4 - A Bitter Pill. When Dr. Neil visits Mary Thomson he becomes concerned as to why previous medical tests have failed to reveal her illness. He mistakenly becomes more interested in the treatment not aware that the patient's home life might be the root of the problem. Meanwhile a smallpox scare causes an emergency vaccination programme to be hastily arranged.
Episode 5 - Forbidden Fruit. Dr. Cameron's work at the German POW camp brings him into conflict with one of the prisoners. Janet becomes concerned for Dr Finlay's career and apparent fondness for Anne Stewart. Not only is she married but a patient.
Episode 6 - The Good Doctor. Much to Dr. Neil's surprise a famous singing star turns up at the Arden House surgery for a repeat prescription. But why? A mystery unfolds as to the nature of her illness. Dr. Finlay is still hurt following the end of his "affair" and is considering a new life elsewhere.
Just to let you know, we have imported this product from Holland, do not worry though, the item is in English and contains optional Dutch subtitles!