Trust Me I'm a Doctor - Netflix
Going behind the headlines to give you the definitive answers to your health questions. Can you be fat and fit? Could you improve your health by staying in bed longer? Should we all be taking an Aspirin pill to help us live longer? Michael Mosley is joined by a team of doctors who use their expertise to get to the bottom all those health claims.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Trust Me I'm a Doctor - Phil Hammond - Netflix
Philip James Hammond (born 1 January 1962) is a physician, broadcaster, comedian and commentator on health issues in the United Kingdom. He is best known for his humorous commentary on the National Health Service. He first came into the public spotlight writing a column for The Independent newspaper, where he wrote with a strong pro-patient rights line.
Trust Me I'm a Doctor - Performances - Netflix
He starred in his own show 59 Minutes to save the NHS at the Edinburgh Fringe and was one of two doctor-cum-comics who captained teams on a Channel Five medical quiz, Tibs and Fibs, hosted by Tony Slattery. As well as appearing on Channel 4's longest running programme, Countdown, Hammond has starred in the BBC Two TV series Trust Me, I'm a Doctor and in the BBC Radio 4 series Struck Off and Die and 28 Minutes to Save the NHS. He has appeared on the BBC TV news quiz Have I Got News for You, as well as the original and longer-running The News Quiz on BBC Radio 4 and The Now Show on the same station. He also writes the Medicine Balls column in Private Eye, under the pseudonym “M.D.” (use of pseudonyms is routine for Private Eye's regular columnists). He presents the Music Group on BBC Radio 4 and was a regular contributor to Gabby Logan's Sunday morning show on BBC Radio 5. He also has a Saturday mid-morning show on BBC Radio Bristol between 9 am and 12 noon. Hammond toured the UK between 2011 and 13 with “Dr Phil's Rude Health Show”, which was released on DVD in two parts; “Dr Phil's Rude Health Show” and “Confessions of a Doctor”. They were broadcast of BBC Radio 4 Extra in August 2011. He returned to the Edinburgh Fringe for the eighth time in 2011. In September 2013 he began touring the UK with a new show “Games to Play with Your Doctor”. Hammond did two shows at the 2016 Edinburgh Fringe - “Life and Death (But Mainly Death)” and “Dr Phil's NHS Revolution”. He is touring them together as “Dr Phil's Health Revolution” in 2017
Trust Me I'm a Doctor - References - Netflix