Doctors titles series 3

Doctors title series 3, 1 Doctors titles series 3, 3 Doctors title series 3, 2



































































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These stills are taken from the titles sequence from the continuing drama series, Doctors, series 3, which went out Sept 2001 to May 2002, and consisted of 129 episodes.

Mal Young was the Exec Producer, Carson Black the Series Producer, and Will Trotter the producer.

The characters shown in the stills were played by the following actors:


  • Ben Kwarme – Ariyon Bakare
  • Jude Carlyle – Natalie J. Robb
  • Kate McGuire – Maggie Cronin
  • Faith Walker – Eva Fontaine
  • Katrina Bullen – Tabitha Wady


Thanks to the BBC Drama Village for sharing the stills.

Tabitha Wady leaving Doctors – photo by John Waldron

Tabitha Wady leaving Doctors













Photo by John Waldron, no reproduction without permission.

The photo includes Bev Dartnall (series producer), Tabitha Wady, Maggie Cronin, SJ Clarkson, Natalie Robb, Tom Butcher.

Actress Tabitha Wady played the part of receptionist, Katrina Bullen, on the BBC Birmingham continuing drama ‘Doctors’ from 2001-2.

The photo is of Tabitha’s leaving of ‘Doctors’.

Doctors filming at Pebble Mill






























Photos from John Waldron, no reproduction without permission.

The photos show shoots for the continuing drama, ‘Doctors’, taking place at the rear, and front entrances to Pebble Mill.

The Pebble Mill building proved ideal in providing multiple locations for ‘Doctors’. ¬†With a little dressing the corridors and exterior could be made to look like a hospital or police station.

The photos include: Kenny Ralston (swinging the boom in the second photo), Tabitha Wady, Natalie J. Robb, Tom Butcher, and Corrine Wickes.

The following comments were left on the Pebble Mill Facebook Group:

Andy Walters: ‘The first picture is of the back of Pebble Mill below the WM production office. The other two are of the front.’

Marie Phillips: ‘My Successor at CIN left after a year or so and I was asked to spend time with the next Co-ordinator to show her the ropes so to speak so I was not up to date with current programmes. On my way to the Photocopy Room one morning a very nice, smart gentleman asked me the way to Doctors. I thought “Oh Dear, he must be feeling poorly” and promptly escorted him to the Surgery to Gina the Nurse. “Oh No” he said, “I’m directing it!” I did feel silly and took him up to the set and I could hear raucous laughter as I sped away !!’