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The Indian Doctor to return for second series

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Laura Chamberlain Laura Chamberlain | 14:33 UK time, Friday, 25 March 2011

A second series of The Indian Doctor has been commissioned by Liam Keelan, the controller of BBC Daytime.

Sanjeev Bhaskar in The Indian Doctor. Photo: BBC/ Rondo Media/ Laurence Cendrowicz

Sanjeev Bhaskar in The Indian Doctor. Photo: BBC/Rondo Media/Laurence Cendrowicz

In a posting on the BBC TV blog, Liam writes: "There is a long way to go before The Indian Doctor hits your screens again - probably early next year - so we're still busy working out the new storylines. However, many of the characters will be returning."

The Indian Doctor is set in the Welsh mining village Trefelin, and explores the reactions of the residents after a new GP, played by Sanjeev Bhaskar, arrives. The first series was a hit with viewers, and recently won a Royal Television Society award.

Read about the other forthcoming daytime BBC shows on the BBC TV blog.

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