Surgical Spirit

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ITV (ended 1995)

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Surgical Spirit

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Surgical Spirit was a 1990s British Sitcom which revolved around a surgical team. The lead characters were consultant surgeon Sheila Sabatini, witty and sarcastic and never gladly suffering fools (played by Nicola McAuliffe), who develops a relationship with down-to-earth consultant anaesthetist Jonathan Haslam (Duncan Preston). Most of the humour came from the interaction of Sheila with the other characters, most of whom live in fear of her fierce temper. The supporting cast included hospital administrator Joyce (played by Marji Campi), sheila's son Daniel (Andrew Groves), scrub nurse Cheryl (Suzette Llewellyn), technician Michael (Beresford Le Ray), junior surgeon Giles (Simon Harrison) and fellow consultant surgeons Neil (Emlyn Price) and George (David Conville). Written by Peter Learmouth, Surgical Spirit was made by Granada for ITV and ran for 7 years.
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  • The adventures of a female surgeon, Sheila Sabatini, who is incisive in more ways than one.

    9.5
    This charming, if essentially slight, comedy series concerned a viper-tongued woman surgeon who is constantly coming up against the male chauvinsim (as well as the sheer boneheadedness) of her male colleagues at a British hospital. As the feisty Sheila Sabatini, Nicola McAuliffe gave a splendid performance and didn't sentimentalise her character one bit - although we did sense that she had a nice side, too. Duncan Preston played the anaesthetist who loves her, but can't stand being on the receiving end of her frequent tongue-lashings. The supporting cast included Simon Harrison, a former child actor (notably in "The Wind And The Lion") and son of Noel Harrison.moreless

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