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  • Physical Description: 2 videodiscs (227 min.) : Dolby digital sd., col. ; 12 cm.
    videodisc
    videorecording
  • Publisher: Richmond Hill, Ont. : distributed under exclusive license from Target Entertainment Group by BFS Entertainment & Multimedia Group, 2013.

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General Note: Best Actress and Best Editing, BAFTA Wales Awards.
Best Daytime Programme, Royal Television Society Awards.
Home use only.
"Award winnnig drama series...As seen on BBC"--Container.
Widescreen.
Contains all 5 episodes from Series 1 of the British period/medical drama series, originally broadcast on BBC in 2010.
Creation/Production Credits Note: A Rondo Media/Avatar production for BBC ; created by Tom Ware and Deep Sehgal ; written by Bill Armstrong, producer, Cliff Jones ; directed by Tim Whitby, Deep Sehgal.
Participant or Performer Note: Sanjeev Bhaskar, Ayesha Dharker and William Houston with Eria Eirian, Phydian Jones, Ifan Huw Dafydd, Mali Harries, Jacob Oakley, Alun ap Brinley and Dafyd Hywel.
Summary, etc.: "The Indian Doctor tells the story of Delhi graduate Dr. Prem Sharma (Sanjeev Bhaskar -- The Kumars at No. 42) who arrives in the UK in 1963 as part of the “first wave” of Indian doctors wooed by then health minister Enoch Powell. Prem and his dignified wife, Kamini, want to build a new life for themselves following a family tragedy -- but rather than finding a glamorous job as a high-flying consultant in London, Prem finds himself in the Welsh coal mining village of Trefelin, where apart from the culture shock, he quickly starts to realise that things are not quite as they should be."It's now 1966, three years after Dr. Prem Sharma and his wife Kamini's arrival and in their different ways, they have both become a part of the community. However, their lives and those of everyone in the village are about to change when Trefelin's highflying "prodigal sons", Basil and Robert Thomas, return to bring Trefelin its first taste of the Swinging '60s.
Terms Governing Use and Reproduction Note:
Home use only.
Awards Note:
Best Daytime Programme, Royal Television Society Awards.
Best Actress and Best Editing, BAFTA Wales Awards.
Subject: Physicians, Foreign -- Great Britain -- Drama
Coal miners -- Medical care -- Wales -- Drama
Culture conflict -- Drama
Genre/Form: Medical television programs.
Period dramas.
Television programs > Great Britain.
DVDs.
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