Oh, Doctor Beeching! is a BBC television sitcom written by David Croft and Richard Spendlove which, after a broadcast pilot on 14 August , ran for two Plot - Main cast - Guest appearances - Featured locomotive. With Paul Shane, Su Pollard, Jeffrey Holland, Barbara New. The trials and tribulations of the staff at Hatley railway station, who are all wondering if Dr Beeching. 10 Apr - 28 min Classic British TV Comedy with Paul Shane, S Pollard and Stephen Lewis Series 1 Episode 1.
11 Apr - 27 min Oh Doctor Beeching! Past Love S1 Ep7. 9 months ago3, views. Add to playlist. Classic.
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11 Apr - 28 min Oh Doctor Beeching! A Moving Story S1 Ep4. 9 months ago3, views. Add to playlist. 12 Apr - 28 min Oh, Doctor Beeching! No Milk for the Minister S2 Ep1. 10 months ago3, views. Add to. A description of tropes appearing in Oh, Doctor Beeching!. A Britcom created by David Croft and Richard Spendlove, which ran for two series from and.
20 Oct - 43 sec - Uploaded by DavidCroftcouk The opening titles and theme tune to David Croft and Richard Spendlove's sitcom "Oh Doctor. 18 Jun - 38 sec - Uploaded by Ulster Scot This is the full theme song of Oh, Doctor Beeching which sadly only ran for two series but. A Pregnant Pause. 5/10 May is worried that she might be pregnant, and Arnold fears he is about to get the sack. Love is a Very Splendid Thing. 4/10 Ethel has.
Comedy about Hatley, a s country railway station. : Oh Doctor Beeching: The Complete Collection [DVD]: Paul Shane, Su Pollard, Jeffrey Holland, Barbara New, Stephen Lewis, Roy Gould: Movies. Oh, Doctor Beeching! was a BBC TV sitcom consisting of a pilot episode broadcast on 14 August and two series broadcast between
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Oh, Doctor Beeching! is a BBC sitcom written by and R. Spendlove using many actors who had previously starred in Hi-de-Hi!, and You.
From Richard Spendlove, and David Croft, writer of Dad's Army and Hi-de-Hi!, Oh Doctor Beeching! has been a firm favourite with millions of British comedy fans.
A guide to the 20 episodes across the 2 series of Oh Doctor Beeching!.
'OH DOCTOR BEECHING what have you done? There were a lot of trains to ride but soon there will be none. I'll have to buy a bike as I can't afford a. Buy The Complete Oh Doctor Beeching! - First and Second Series [DVD]  from Amazon's DVD & Blu-ray TV Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery. Oh, Doctor Beeching! cast list, including photos of the actors when available. This list includes all of the Oh, Doctor Beeching! main actors and actresses, so if.
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Now, I quite liked this series, I feel it was a bit more enjoyable than Hi-De-Hi and it was interesting to see Paul Shane and jeffrey Holland in. Oh Doctor Beeching! The year is , and the new station master at the rural outpost of Hatley has just been informed that many of Britain's less-used railway. Gloria Skinner is Jack and May's daughter. A rebellious teenager, very fond of short skirts and the company of older men. She has a crush on Cecil Parkin, the.
What's this then The obligatory meta bit. It's about Trains isn't it? It's mainly about slow trains. Go on then Dr Beeching's report is. Oh, Doctor Beeching! is a BBC television sitcom written by David Croft and Richard Spendlove which, after a broadcast pilot on 14 August , ran for two . Name, Originally Aired, Image. 0 · Pilot · 1 · All Change, 07/01/ 2 · Talking Turkey, 07/08/ 3 · The Train Now Standing, 07/15/ 4 · A Moving Story.
In his report, Richard Beeching recommended big cuts to the rail network - but since the s, rail has made a comeback, writes Shaun.1932 :: 1933 :: 1934 :: 1935 :: 1936 :: 1937 :: 1938 :: 1939 :: 1940 :: 1941 :: 1942 :: 1943 :: 1944 :: 1945 :: 1946 :: 1947 :: 1948 :: 1949 :: 1950 :: 1951 :: 1952 :: 1953 :: 1954 :: 1955 :: 1956 :: 1957 :: 1958 :: 1959 :: 1960 :: 1961 :: 1962 :: 1963 :: 1964 :: 1965 :: 1966 :: 1967 :: 1968 :: 1969 :: 1970 :: 1971