Getting On. Image shows from L to R: Sister Den Flixter (Joanna Scanlan), Nurse Kim Wilde (Jo Brand), Doctor Pippa Moore (Vicki Pepperdine). Copyright: Vera Productions.

Getting On

BBC Four sitcom about nursing. 15 episodes (3 series), 2009 - 2012. Stars Jo Brand, Joanna Scanlan, Vicki Pepperdine, Ricky Grover and Cush Jumbo.

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Getting On - Series One, Two & Three

Getting On - Series One, Two & Three

Set in the geriatric ward of an NHS hospital, Getting On is centred around four brilliantly observed members of hospital staff - return-to-practice nurse Kim Wilde (Jo Brand), the lowest form of life on the ward after the lino; Sister Den Flixter (Joanna Scanlan), drowning in paperwork and beset by...

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Getting On - Complete Series 1 & 2

Getting On - Complete Series 1 & 2

Devised and written by its three principal cast, Getting On is a refreshing and part-improvised look at the staff 'getting on with it' in an overlooked corner of the health service: care for the elderly. It may be the least glamorous area of the hospital, but in this comedy of...

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Getting On - Series Three

Getting On - Series Three

The Bafta-award winning Getting On returns for more dark humour among the bedpans; set in the backwaters of the National Health Service this third series sees King Edward's closed and Den, Kim and Dr Moore transferred 12 miles to a newer ward. Cuts, restructuring and life events once again dominate...

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Getting On - Series Two

Getting On - Series Two

Devised and written by its three principal cast, Getting On is a refreshing and part-improvised look at the staff 'getting on with it' in an overlooked corner of the health service: care for the elderly.

It may be the least glamorous area of the hospital, but in this comedy of characters,...

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Getting On - Series One

Getting On - Series One

If The Office was set in a hospital...

Health care for the elderly is the least prestigious area of the medical service. The patients rarely make a fuss - often they're unable to - and for that reason bad practices slip through. But are they that bad? It's a tough world...

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