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John Gordon Sinclair stars as Scotland's most celebrated doctor in six BBC Radio full-cast dramatisations. When Dr Cameron gets called in to see a patient, he doesn't expect it to be his new partner Dr Finlay.
But the new doctor is full of surprises: caring, stubborn, idealistic and clever, Finlay might have been welcomed to the practice with a black eye but he proves to be more than a match for the local residents. Over the course of six episodes, the early years of Dr Finlay are explored, as he gets to grips with the locals in the Scottish Highland town of Levenford. His patients range from the stingiest and most cunning widow in Scotland to a pantomime actress, and from a hen-pecked husband who disappears to the wife of a football hero. Then there are the Scobie sisters, who have managed to live together for fifteen years without speaking. Finlay tackles them all with compassion and his trademark Scottish humour.
©2011 A.J. Cronin (P)2013 BBC Worldwide Limited
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4 out of 5 stars
By Flint on 09-07-17

A nice gentle listening experience

I enjoyed this, the stories are interesting and the performances are good. It offered gentle listening and it was easy to dip in and out of the stories so it was ideal to listen to during short car journeys.

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