Trust Me

Trust Me

26.1. 04:30
JOJ Cinema
90 minutes
2013
United States Comedy

Trust Me, I'm a Doctor was a BBC Two television programme, looking at the state of health care in Britain with a combination of factual reporting and satire. It was presented by Dr. Phil Hammond, and ran for three series between 1997 and 1999. A book by Hammond, also entitled Trust Me, I'm a Doctor accompanied the series. The message of both book and series was that doctors were not infallible and you should learn as much about your own healthcare as possible.

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Czech slo
2013
United States Comedy

Trust Me, I'm a Doctor was a BBC Two television programme, looking at the state of health care in Britain with a combination of factual reporting and satire. It was presented by Dr. Phil Hammond, and ran for three series between 1997 and 1999. A book by Hammond, also entitled Trust Me, I'm a Doctor accompanied the series. The message of both book and series was that doctors were not infallible and you should learn as much about your own healthcare as possible.

Creators

Clark Gregg, Mark Kilian

Cast

Allison Janney, Amanda Peet, Felicity Huffman, Molly Shannon, Clark Gregg, David Fernandez Jr., Gareth Williams, Griffin Gluck, William H. Macy, Sam Rockwell, Boyd Kestner, Saxon Sharbino, Paul Sparks, Niecy Nash, Danielle Macdonald, Randall Yarbrough, Virginia Montero, Ben Hernandez Bray, Brian Gattas, Lela Brown, Stella Gregg
Trust Me

Trust Me

26.1. 04:30
JOJ Cinema
90 minutes
2013
United States Comedy

Trust Me, I'm a Doctor was a BBC Two television programme, looking at the state of health care in Britain with a combination of factual reporting and satire. It was presented by Dr. Phil Hammond, and ran for three series between 1997 and 1999. A book by Hammond, also entitled Trust Me, I'm a Doctor accompanied the series. The message of both book and series was that doctors were not infallible and you should learn as much about your own healthcare as possible.

More information
Record

Similar shows

Serial (Bad) Weddings 2
The Distinguished Citizen
An Ocean Blue
Escape from Polygamy

About show

Czech slo
2013
United States Comedy

Trust Me, I'm a Doctor was a BBC Two television programme, looking at the state of health care in Britain with a combination of factual reporting and satire. It was presented by Dr. Phil Hammond, and ran for three series between 1997 and 1999. A book by Hammond, also entitled Trust Me, I'm a Doctor accompanied the series. The message of both book and series was that doctors were not infallible and you should learn as much about your own healthcare as possible.

Creators

Clark Gregg, Mark Kilian

Cast

Allison Janney, Amanda Peet, Felicity Huffman, Molly Shannon, Clark Gregg, David Fernandez Jr., Gareth Williams, Griffin Gluck, William H. Macy, Sam Rockwell, Boyd Kestner, Saxon Sharbino, Paul Sparks, Niecy Nash, Danielle Macdonald, Randall Yarbrough, Virginia Montero, Ben Hernandez Bray, Brian Gattas, Lela Brown, Stella Gregg