Pips

It's Monday morning in Mrs Roberts' Dental Surgery in Swansea.

As cavities are filled, gums numbed and molars polished, one patient is nervous and grieving, another preoccupied with her own fertility, while the receptionist waits for the call that could change her life.

As they observe each other across the waiting room, appearances prove deceptive.

Gentle melancholic comedy by Stevie Davies.

In a dentist's waiting room in Swansea, one patient is nervous and grieving and another preoccupied with her own fertility.

The receptionist waits for the call that could change her life.

Episodes

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Broadcast
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  • aneirin....luke mcauliffe
  • ceri jones....Eirlys Bellin
  • dr eliza powell....Siriol Jenkins
  • magdalena....ella mcauliffe
  • mrs lilian rhys....olwen rees
  • mrs roberts....Helen Griffin
  • professor gwyn humphreys....glyn houston
  • by.... - - - - stevie davies
  • directed by.... - - - - kate mcall

  • aneirin....luke mcauliffe
  • ceri jones....Eirlys Bellin
  • dr eliza powell....Siriol Jenkins
  • magdalena....ella mcauliffe
  • mrs lilian rhys....olwen rees
  • mrs roberts....Helen Griffin
  • professor gwyn humphreys....glyn houston
  • by.... - - - - stevie davies
  • directed by.... - - - - kate mcall

  • 2006021020070903
    20080210 (RW)

    It's Monday morning in Mrs Roberts' Dental Surgery in Swansea.

    As cavities are filled, gums numbed and molars polished, one patient is nervous and grieving, another preoccupied with her own fertility, while the receptionist waits for the call that could change her life.

    As they observe each other across the waiting room, appearances prove deceptive.

    Gentle melancholic comedy by Stevie Davies.

    In a dentist's waiting room in Swansea, one patient is nervous and grieving and another preoccupied with her own fertility.

    The receptionist waits for the call that could change her life.

    2006021020070903
    20080210 (RW)

    It's Monday morning in Mrs Roberts' Dental Surgery in Swansea.

    As cavities are filled, gums numbed and molars polished, one patient is nervous and grieving, another preoccupied with her own fertility, while the receptionist waits for the call that could change her life.

    As they observe each other across the waiting room, appearances prove deceptive.

    Gentle melancholic comedy by Stevie Davies.

    In a dentist's waiting room in Swansea, one patient is nervous and grieving and another preoccupied with her own fertility.

    The receptionist waits for the call that could change her life.