Hospital People: The Complete Series One DVD

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Comedian Tom Binns stars in multiple roles in this sharply scripted mockumentary following the lives of non-medical staff at a fictional NHS hospital trust none of whom have any business haunting the corridors of a hospital... Binns plays tragically inept, relentlessly upbeat hospital radio DJ Ivan Brackenbury ('the cheerful earful'), chaplain, devout Liverpudlian and misplaced comic Father Kenny Mercer, and porter and self-styled psychic healer Ian D. Montfort; a motley band of misfits working at the Brimlington Royal Infirmary and presided over by megalomaniac manager... Susan Mitchell (also played by Binns). Co-produced by Ash Atalla (The Office, Trollied) Hospital People includes guest turns from Russell Brand, Mark Williams, Alex Macqueen and Sally Phillips; this set features all six episodes. [show more]

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Released
17 April 2019
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
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Runtime
168 minutes 
Features
PAL, Widescreen 
Barcode
5027626479848 
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Tom Binns portrays several comedic characters in this hospital mockumentary series. The staff at Brimlington Hospital include determined manager Susan, awkward DJ Ivan, Father Kenny who fancies himself as a bit of a comedian, and porter Ian who has psychic abilities (all played by Binns). Follow the day-to-day lives of these colourful individuals as they go about their jobs. The episodes are: 'The Hospital Awards', 'The Security Threat', 'The Local Millionaire', 'The Health Guru', 'The New Ward' and 'The Charity Single'.