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Storyline

Dr. Martin Ellingham (Martin Clunes), a London-based surgeon, relocates to the picturesque seaside village of Port Wenn, where he establishes himself as the area's general practitioner. He grew up in the area, having been raised by his now-widowed Aunt Joan Norton (Stephanie Cole). His reasons for leaving London and the high-paid life of a surgeon are not clear initially but related to a phobia he has. He soon meets several of the locals and eccentricity abounds. Martin's situation is made more difficult by what can only be referred as an almost complete lack of an acceptable bedside manner. He is gruff, abrupt, and intolerant, not only in issues related to medicine, but to life in general. He and the headmistress of the local school, Louisa Glasson (Caroline Catz), are clearly attracted to each other and, despite their awkwardness, slowly develop a relationship.

Official Sites: Official IMDb, Official Facebook |  See more »

Country: United Kingdom

Type: Scripted

Status: Returning Series

Language: English

Release Date: September 2, 2004

Also Known As: ドクター・マーティン, ドク・マーティン |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (M, PG), Canada (PG, G) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

doctor
small village
general practitioner (gp)

Company Credits

Production Co: Buffalo Pictures, Homerun Productions

Cast

Daisy May Cooper
as Young Mum
Milly Toomey
as Bethany Degan
Emerald O'Hanrahan
as Nurse
John Macneill
as Landlord/Mr. Cleveland/Waiting Patient
Richard Johnson
as Colonel Gilbert Spencer/Colonel Spencer
Edsel Kragg
as Cornishman
Louise Delamere
as Carrie Wilson
Emily Bevan
as Dr. Rachel Timoney
Jaimee Colmer
as Delph
Finty Williams
as Debbie Sparrock
Caroline O'Neill
as Alice Bell
Nicola Duffett
as Poppy's Mum
Samantha Spiro
as Tina Collins
Richard Harvey
as Bob/Tim Barton
Ffion Jolly
as Anaesthetist
Andy Pointon
as Charlie the Florist
Ian McNeice
as Bert Large
Vincent Franklin
as Chris Parsons
Sarah Crowden
as Mrs. Kelleher
Laura Penneycard
as Customer/Mrs. Wead
Miles Roughley
as Harry
Claire Bloom
as Margaret Ellingham
Lewis Stillwell-Cox
as Baby Ellingham/James Henry
Jacob Horn
as Baby Ellingham/James Henry
Melanie Walters
as Heather Merchant
Claire Skelcey
as Waitress
Simon Paisley Day
as Neville Pote
Nia Jermin
as Laura
Marlene Sidaway
as Mary Rawlings
Paul Jacobs
as Senior Doctor
Noah Brewer
as Baby Ellingham/James Henry
David Haig
as Mr. Strain
Olly John Malcolm Gard
as Baby Ellingham
June Marlow
as Mrs Rudd/Ethel/Mrs. Chubbin
Simon Chandler
as Donald Abbott
Carol MacReady
as Ethel/Mrs. Beckett
Paul Moriarty
as Robert Campbell
Pippa Nixon
as Alice Taylor
Julia Deakin
as Gloria Rix
Claire Patrick
as Mrs. Soper/Patient
Ella Ainsworth
as Becky Trevean
Elizabeth Woodcock
as Carmen
Caroline Quentin
as Angela Sim
Jo Bowis
as A&E Doctor
Jeff Rawle
as Roger Fenn
Luca Frucella-Tildesley
as James Henry
Michael Hasler
as Club Kid
Aaron Dart
as Maitre D'
Mark Carey
as Patient 3
Julie Neubert
as Mrs. Harris/Mrs. Moore
Mathew Horne
as Ed Johnson
Kyle Borlase
as Ricky Willow
Charlotte Palmer
as Shopkeeper
Jemma Bateman
as Mel Collins
Lucy Russell
as Dr. Emma Ryder
T.J. Holmes
as Rundle
Hollie Burgess
as Kelly Sparrock
Robert Goodale
as Patient
Tom Mothersdale
as Bill Potter
Gemma Craven
as Molly O'Brien
Lia Williams
as Edith Montgomery
Anthony O'Donnell
as Mike Chubb
Jane Spurr
as New Patient/Patient
Alan David
as Mr. Jarvis
Jason Baughan
as Fisherman Gus/Gus
Archer Ray Gilliard Langridge
as Baby Ellingham
Angel Curran
as Caitlin Morgan
Derren Litten
as Tony
Mark Buffery
as Tom Bosman
Elliott John Quinn
as Young Martin
Shane Rawlings
as Fisherman/Patient
Lucy Punch
as Elaine Denham
Rebecca Callard
as Tricia Soames
Tom Goodman-Hill
as Mark Bridge
David Sterne
as Bellamy
Emma Handy
as Samantha Trappett/Estate Agent
Jonathan Aris
as Gavin Peters
Jean Trend
as Helen Pratt
James Patrick Cronin
as Sam Oakwood
James Lance
as Nathan Fowler
Debbie Chazen
as Alison Lane
Margaret Tyzack
as Muriel Steel
Katherine Tozer
as Pamela
Danny Huston
as Robert Brooke
Martin Clunes
as Dr. Martin Ellingham
Richard Lumsden
as Graham Hendy
Ewan Hooper
as Mr Routledge
Jamie Dispirito
as Justin
Ruby Pender
as Girl Student/Little Susie
Oliver Britten
as Tony Williams
Tony Cottrell
as Fisherman
Noah Frucella-Tildesley
as James Henry
Georgina Beedle
as Bevy Girl
Sophie Ayres
as James Henry Ellingham
Paul Ready
as Dr Milligan
Richard Derrington
as Tourist
Trevor Cuthbertson
as Fisherman Two
Daniel Ryan
as Steve Baker
Angela Curran
as Caitlin Morgan/Caitlin
Lauretta Gavin
as Mrs. Braithwaite
Sam Alexander
as Rob Hellier
Rosie Cavaliero
as Melanie
Nicholas Pegg
as Passer-by/Twitcher
Rebecca Lacey
as Tara Newcross
Alan McKenna
as Sergeant Pledge
Chris O'Dowd
as Jonathan
Irene Sutcliffe
as Janet
Richard Riddell
as Clemo Winton
Stephanie Leonidas
as Melanie
Olivia Darnley
as Amy Boyd/Nurse Amy
Christopher Fairbank
as Malcolm Raynor
Paul Worden
as Fisherman 1
Patricia Knight-Webb
as Villager
Annabelle Apsion
as Jennifer Cardew
Matthew Biddulph
as Craig
Elaine Claxton
as A&E Receptionist/Millie
Hamish Hamilton
as Marcus
Benjamin Symes
as Asbestos Remover/Delivery Man/Male Patient/Stu/Young Husband
Ella Kenion
as Boy's Mother
Maryann Turner
as Elderly Patient
Emily Head
as Poppy
Selina Cadell
as Mrs. Tishell
David Dawson
as Wallace
Paul Thornley
as Gerry
Kerry Howard
as Alexandra Lucas
Roger Lloyd Pack
as Phil Pratt
Keith Bartlett
as Dennis Thorpe
Olivia Elsden
as Ellie
Audra Mitcheson
as Sunbather
Nicola Vickery
as Woman in Street
Stephanie Fayerman
as Mrs. Simmons
Daniel Rose
as Florid Man
Andrea Riseborough
as Samantha
Nick Brimble
as Bruce Denham
Nigel Betts
as Tommy
Ronald Pickup
as John Moysey
Daniel Tuite
as Jerome Smith
Sasha Tilley
as Nikki/Theresa
Patrick Godfrey
as Mr. Cleary
Nathalie Pownall
as Becky
Finn Corney
as Frisbee Teenager
Del Synnott
as Paddy
Sidney Kean
as Maitre D'
Andy Robb
as Mick
Brian Abbott
as Headmaster
Julian Seager
as Fisherman/Fisherman Tom/Local Man
Doreen Mantle
as Marianne Walker
Celia Imrie
as Susan Brading
Jonathan Coy
as Mr Sands
Angela Terence
as Angie Grappy
Andy Cameron
as Neville
Joss Porter
as Barry
Andrew Lee Potts
as Michael Dunwich
Kelly Adams
as Erica Holbrooke
Tilly Standing
as Female Customer
Oliver Birch
as Tom
Gwen Taylor
as Mrs Selkirk
Bradley Hall
as Finbar
Howard Coggins
as Mr Elliot/Mr Elliott
Sian Brooke
as Claire
Yolanda Kettle
as Hannah Butler
Jamie Davis
as Michael Wilson
Roger Sloman
as Wild Bill
John Alderton
as John Slater
Richard Green
as Driver/Landlord
Polly Kemp
as Jean
Corrinne Wicks
as Radiologist
Kenneth Cranham
as Terry Glasson
Andrew Byrne
as Theo Wenn
Sofia Oxenham
as Ally
Rory Wilton
as Chippy Miller/Mr. Hubble
Eddie Webber
as Mover
Rosalie Craig
as Lorna Argyll
Hugh Coles
as Gerry Hammond
Justin Salinger
as Edward
Kai Owen
as Mr. Bawden
Ellie Gee
as Child
Mathew Baynton
as Junior Chef
Isabelle Barker
as Mrs. Potter/Patient 2
Jim Crago
as Pete
Fiona Mason
as Female Tourist/Mrs. Moorelands
Elliott Blake
as James Henry
Luke Neal
as Andy
Dan Ball
as Paramedic
David Ryall
as The Reverend/Vicar
Adam Jessop
as Joe
Dominic Coleman
as News Presenter
Roger Morlidge
as Uncle Jimmy
Antony James
as Sam
Stephanie Cole
as Joan Norton
Amy Marston
as Terri Oakwood
Frog Stone
as Village Crone 2
Judy Norman
as Mrs. Bell
Charlie Swift
as Steven Sidwell
Ingrid Oliver
as Radio Technician
Louise Jameson
as Eleanor Glasson
Ben Miller
as Stewart James
Lucas Gourley
as James Henry Ellingham
Susannah Fielding
as Mags Fowler
Steve Furst
as Inspector Salter
Sara Weymouth
as School Secretary
Jessica Emily Rose
as Mala
Felix Scott
as Mike Pruddy
Pameli Benham
as Mrs Wilson/Villager 2
David Ross
as Ted
Stewart Wright
as PC Mark Mylow
Robert MacPherson
as Waiter
Joanna Scanlan
as Dr. Diana Dibbs/Toni
Katherine Parkinson
as Pauline Lamb
Paul Copley
as Walter O'Donnell
Tim Faraday
as John - Paramedic/Paramedic
Kurtis O'Brien
as Peter Cronk
Nick Wilton
as Airport Security
Samuel Timson
as Adam Dawson
John Duttine
as Paul Hale
Poppy Roe
as Mother
Hannah Arterton
as Miss Grappy
Daisy Head
as Mandie
Georgie Glen
as Barbara/Mrs. Willow
Elizabeth Rider
as Lamorna Hammond
Joe Absolom
as Al Large
Sion Daniel Young
as George Pendrick
Tony Maudsley
as Dave/Dave the Postman
John Woodvine
as Christopher Ellingham
Mary Woodvine
as Mrs. Cronk/Joy Cronk
Nicholas Boulton
as Mr Branning
Mim Cardona
as A & E Nurse
Laura James
as A & E Nurse/Nurse
Gemma Jones
as Annie Winton
David Christian
as Bob
Phoebe Lyons
as Jessy Bawden
Hamza Jeetooa
as Dr. Khan
Colin Matthews
as Village resident/Birthday Greeter/Mike the Postman/Party Guest/Postman/Waiting Room Patient/Waiting room patient
Phyllida Law
as Mrs McLynn
Thomas Hare
as Radiographer
Hugh Lloyd
as Vernon Cooke
Alan Williams
as Alastair Tonken
Ruth Sheen
as Maureen
Natasha Barnes
as Celine
Vilma Hollingbery
as Mrs. Eddy
Nicholas Lumley
as Jim Winton
Leah Gayer
as Rose Tingley
Jill Greenacre
as Mrs. Mabyn
Jessica Ransom
as Morwenna Newcross/Wedding reception dancer
Bruce Alexander
as Paul Merchant
Sigourney Weaver
as American Tourist/Beth Traywick
Joanna Hole
as Passenger
Alana Ramsey
as Trace
Nicholas Le Prevost
as Robert
Peter Vaughan
as William Newcross
Brock Everitt-Elwick
as Jack
Beatrice Playfoot-Orme
as Bernie Holbrooke
Ian Drysdale
as Dermot Bell
Katie Lyons
as Karen Dodds
Anna Keaveney
as Mrs. Cooke
Austin Taylor
as Barney
Jason Squibb
as Taxi Driver/Man in Street
Boyd Rogers
as Fireman/Holiday Maker at Berts B&B
Thelma Barlow
as Beth
Scott Fleming
as Andy, Bailiff/Frank Sidwell/Mr. Tinner
Rupert Vansittart
as Professor Langan
Parth Thakerar
as Dr. Ray Howell
Stephen Ventura
as Eric the Fishmonger/Fishmonger
Neville Phillips
as Vicar
Anna Burnett
as Daisy Taylor
Katie Moore
as Janice
Robert Daws
as Gavin Dibbs
Olivia Poulet
as Julia Pote
Maggie Tagney
as Molly the Collie Owner/Mrs. Lumsden/Mrs. Pike/Mrs. Stapleton/Shopkeeper/Woman Patient
Miles Gourley
as James Henry Ellingham
Malcolm Storry
as Clive Tishell
Keith Bisset
as Dean
Harriet Raggett
as Baby Ellingham/James Henry Ellingham
Mark Hadfield
as Conductor
Martin Marquez
as Sam Penhale
Ricky Champ
as Paramedic
Louise Ford
as Mallory Wilson
Nicholas Tizzard
as Jerry
Miriam Margolyes
as Shirley Dunwich
Mackenzie Thorpe
as Courier
Christabel Muir
as Andrea Willis/Birthday Party Parent/Interview Woman/Mother/Mrs. Bollard/Mum/Patient/Village Crone 1
Dean Jeffrey
as Cameron Paris
Vivien Keene
as Jenn/Neighbour/Woman in Chemist
Christian Rodska
as Stu MacKenzie
Jacqueline Clarke
as Madge
Robert Putt
as Old Man
Kyla Goodey
as Doctor/Midwife/Nurse/Sunbather
Eileen Essell
as Mrs Averill
Sam Carrack
as Male Patient
Linda Broughton
as Lily O'Donnell
Martin Skews
as Little Kid 2
Nick Sampson
as School Governor
Claire Morrissey
as Teacher
Lucy Briggs-Owen
as Rosie Edwards
Ruth Gemmell
as Shirley Knott
Alfie Cane
as James Henry Ellingham/Baby Ellingham
Miguel Brooking
as Lifeguard
Angeline Ball
as Julie Mitchell/Julie
Liam Cutler
as Baby Ellingham/James Henry Ellingham
Julia St John
as Sandra Mylow
Penelope Beaumont
as Evelyn Pearce
Maverick William Bentley
as Baby Ellingham
Michael Attwell
as Alan Gibson
Art Malik
as John Rahmanzai
Sally Messham
as Emily/Emily Burnett
Preston Nyman
as Peter Cronk
Angela McGowan
as 1st Patient
Gerard Horan
as Eddie Rix
Julia Swift
as Lorna Gillott
Laurens Edmunds
as Club Kid
Sharon Sheehan
as Hospital Receptionist
Oriane Messina
as High Trees Careworker
Richard Cordery
as Dennis Dodds
Denise Black
as Dawn Lamb
Jimmy Gardner
as Eddie
Lily Laight
as Becky Wead
Miles Sloman
as Guy
Clara Salaman
as Aunt Jennie
Rupert Young
as Adrian Pitts
Kevin Doyle
as Jack Newcross
Adrian Jarvis
as Don
Tennyson Tunstall-Behrens
as Harry Soper
Callum Dixon
as 2nd Patient
Buffy Davis
as Pippa Woodley
Adam Bareham
as Fisherman/Fisherman One
Alec Nicholls
as Overalled Man
Nicholas Woodeson
as Victor
Caroline Catz
as Louisa Glasson/Louisa Ellingham
Liam Ward
as Baby Ellingham
Richard McCabe
as Trevor Dodds
Alexander King
as Bobby Richards
Karl Theobald
as Anthony Oakwood
Jack Riddiford
as Billy Pendrick
Darren Clarke
as Will
John Marquez
as PC Joe Penhale
Tristan Sturrock
as Danny Steel
John Larson
as Mr Lewis
Sophie Thompson
as Tasha
Regina Freedman
as Marigold
Lucy Hutchinson
as Ella
Stuart Davidson
as Ben Twilly
Chris Ashby
as Harry Pote
Jeremy Swift
as Miles Green
Rebecca Hulbert
as Young Wife
Roger Walker
as Publican
Lucas Robinson
as Baby Ellingham
Stephanie Parker
as Zoe
Sarah Buckland
as Shopkeeper/Local Lady/Mrs Clyde
Michael Wynne
as Mr Wishaw
Felicity Montagu
as Caroline Bosman/Caroline
Lucy Robinson
as Holly
Crystal Ward
as Baby Ellingham
Sophie Reid
as Ellie Bell
Sophie Gomis
as Jade/Waitress
Dave Hill
as Jim Selkirk
Zachary Hart
as Kieron
Melanie Downs
as Postwoman Steph/Maid/Worried Woman
Ellis Griffith
as Tray
Zane Dangar
as Baby Ellingham/James Henry
Letty Thomas
as Sarah Cardy
Michael Garner
as Mr Clyde
Benjamin Whitrow
as Mr McLynn
Andrew Greenough
as Michael
Julie Graham
as Maggie Reid
Amber James
as Audrey
Patrick Toomey
as Doctor
Rocco Peacock
as Toby
Simon Greenall
as Philip Rowe
Richard Hainsworth
as Arrested Patient/Fisherman/Mr. Price/Publican
Conleth Hill
as Dr. Edward Mullen
Kate van Dike
as Nurse 2
Hermione Gulliford
as Dr. Rebecca Hedden
Brian Knight
as Dom/Mick
John Hollingworth
as Professor Sam Bradman
Jason Gregg
as Rachel's Client
Morgan Val Baker
as Barman/Stuart Bryne
David Schaal
as The Butcher
Harry Morrison
as Andrew
Ben Callon
as Stu
Tom Conti
as Bernard Newton
Amanda Daniels
as Sarah - Paramedic
Marcus Cunningham
as Norman Tonken
Rosie Ede
as Mel Hendy/Mel/Mrs Paris
Molly Bolt
as Singer
Robyn Addison
as Janice/Janice Bone
Daniel Ferguson
as Villager
Gawn Grainger
as Graham Orchard
David Bamber
as Mr Porter
Steve Jacobs
as Man in Interview
Iain Marshall
as Postman/Local/Worried Man
Joseph Timson
as Garth Dawson
Eliza Collings
as Check-in Assistant
Tom Glenister
as Paul
Lyla Absolom
as Pupil
Kate Rawson
as Mother/Mum/Parent 1
Richard Dempsey
as Colin Westmore
Nick Cavaliere
as Room Service Waiter
Paul Rider
as Baker
Kate Bowes Renna
as Village Crone 3
Eileen Atkins
as Ruth Ellingham
Ashton Hinchliff
as James Henry Ellingham/Baby Ellingham
Dominic Howells
as Baby Ellingham/James Henry Ellingham
Miles Robinson
as Baby Ellingham
Dave Lamb
as Courier
Roy Wilson
as Fisherman 2
Clive Russell
as Ken Hollister
Vicki Pepperdine
as Mrs Richards/Mrs. Richards
Melody Hunter Evans
as Lorna
George Macbeth
as Club Kid
Brian Pettifer
as Mr. Coley
Finlay Robertson
as Ross
Graeme Rooney
as Cpl Harding/L
Anthony Calf
as Richard Wenn
Sian Thomas
as Paula Kemp
Bill Thomas
as Mr. Bell/Robin Thornton
Ethan Lawrence
as Dan Willis
Tipper Seifert-Cleveland
as Astrid Trappett
Emma Spurgin Hussey
as Clare Milson
Alex Palmer
as Bob Thomas
Tyler Mansell
as Baby Ellingham/James Henry Ellingham
Joe Sargent
as Joey
Harry Rossi Collins
as Baby Ellingham
Richard Pears
as Junior Doctor
David Charles
as Mr. Addo
Anne Reid
as Mrs. Dingley
Steve Bennett
as Mr. Gill/Mr. Russell
Sylvestra Le Touzel
as Juliet Wenn
Nicholas Day
as Dry Cleaner/Tom Giddens
Thomas Raggett
as Baby Ellingham/James Henry Ellingham
Natasha Starkey
as Bevy Girl/Crystal Lumsden
Elanor Parrett
as Nurse 3
Bessie Carter
as Amy Vincent
Luke Chipperfield-Outing
as Little Kid 1
Yasmin Wilde
as Min
Joe Reynolds
as Jake
Amanda Abbington
as Isobel
Joseph Morgan
as Mick Mabley
Dash Cole
as Boy at Fair
Beth Scott-Hewlett
as Nurse 1/Receptionist
Harry Long
as Dishwasher

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2004 | 6 Episodes

Season 2
Season 3
Season 4
Season 5
Season 6

2013 | 8 Episodes

Season 7
Season 8
Season 9
Season 10

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Awards

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British Comedy Awards 2004

Nominee

British Comedy Awards

Best TV Comedy Actor

Nominee

British Comedy Awards

Best New TV Comedy

Winner

British Comedy Awards

Best TV Comedy Drama

National Television Awards, UK 2005

Nominee

National Television Awards, UK

Most Popular Actor

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