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Nothing Like the Son 

Tom is appalled by the informal way Arthur runs his practice but both men combine to try and talk sense into their cleaner Edie McClure, sister of pub landlady Phyllis, whom Edie disdains ... See full summary »

Writers:

Chris Chibnall, Nigel McCrery (creator)

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
James Bolam ... Dr. Arthur Gilder
Michael French Michael French ... Dr. Tom Gilder
Samuel J. Hudson Samuel J. Hudson ... Eddie Mills
Maggie Steed ... Phyllis Woolf
Clive Swift ... Reverend Brewer
John Henshaw ... Wilf Bradshaw
Jenna Russell ... Deborah Gilder
Denise Welch ... Edie McClure
Charlotte Salt ... Helen Gilder
Milton Johns ... Ernest Gilles
Ross Little Ross Little ... Michael Gilder
Polly Thompson Polly Thompson ... Catherine Gilder
Cameron Earley Cameron Earley ... Phillip Gilder
Jacob Earley Jacob Earley ... Phillip Gilder
Tracey Childs ... Linda Cosgrove
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Tom is appalled by the informal way Arthur runs his practice but both men combine to try and talk sense into their cleaner Edie McClure, sister of pub landlady Phyllis, whom Edie disdains for giving up on her marriage. Edie has a weak heart but is determined,against doctors' advice, to see through her seventh pregnancy as she has six daughters and is desperate for a son. Matters are taken out of her hands when she miscarries but reconciliation with Phyllis follows. Eddie,the hunky garage mechanic ,asks for advice from scrap-dealer Jean about dating Tom's teenaged daughter Helen but Jean misunderstands and assumes he wants to date her whilst Tom's son Michael gets revenge on a bullying schoolmaster. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Genres:

Drama

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 April 2002 (UK) See more »

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