S1 E101 - 43m 55s
High-flying Delhi graduate Dr. Prem Sharma and his wife Kamini first move to the UK after being wooed by dreams of riches and glamour, only to find themselves residing in a small Welsh mining village. While Prem strikes up new friendships and settles into life in the Valleys, Kamini wants them to leave as soon as possible.
S1 E102 - 43m 14s
Colliery manager Richard Sharpe (Mark Williams - Father Brown) is desperate to get hold of a mysterious diary left behind by Prem's predecessor Dr. Elwyn, and hires local street urchin Dan Griffiths to steal the book from the surgery. Meanwhile, the doctor has an emergency of his own to deal with when he is asked to make an unusual house call.
S1 E103 - 43m 29s
The Indian Doctor's wife, Kamini Sharma, is still desperate to leave the village of Trefelin. With the previous doctor's green leather diary found, Prem's friendship with Megan deepens as she translates it from Welsh into English and they realise that Dr. Elwyn's diary holds vital clues to the deteriorating health of the local miners.
S1 E104 - 43m 29s
When a rather unusual van arrives in the village, the driver, a well-known rugby player, creates a real stir and it looks like the doctor's luck is changing for the better. However, Richard Sharpe, the mine manager, is furious and does his best to turn the locals against the doctor and his X-ray van – although his wife, Sylvia Sharpe, is rather taken with the new driver.
S1 E105 - 43m 23s
A lot is going on behind the scenes as the fete preparations continue. Prem Sharma is preparing to leave the village and his wife Kamini goes in search of Dan who is missing. She finds more than she bargained for. Megan pleads with Prem to stay and help the miners fight for justice and for their health. Meanwhile, Sharpe finally gets the promotion he's been chasing.
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