A Country Practice

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A Country Practice is a multi-Logie award-winning Australian television soap opera/serial. It ran on the Seven Network for 1,058 episodes at 7.30 pm Monday and Tuesday nights, from 18 November 1981 to 22 November 1993. It was produced at both ATN-7's... read more

A Country Practice is a multi-Logie award-winning Australian television soap opera/serial. It ran on the Seven Network for 1,058 episodes at 7.30 pm Monday and Tuesday nights, from 18 November 1981 to 22 November 1993. It was produced at both ATN-7's production facility at Epping, New South Wales with exterior locations filmed in Pitt Town and Oakville in the outskirts of Northwest Sydney. Several of the regular cast members became highly popular celebrities through their roles in the series. It also featured a number of native Australian animals, particularly the iconic Fatso, the Wombat adding to its enduring appeal both domestically and internationally. After the series was cancelled by the Seven Network in 1993, a reworked version of the series ran briefly on Network Ten in 1994. At the time of its cancellation, A Country Practice was the longest running Australian TV drama; however, it was soon surpassed by Neighbours. At its height, the show attracted 8–10 million viewers weekly, when the population of the time was a mere 15 million, and was sold to 48 countries.

Original Release

11/01/1981

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Directors

Bob Meillon, Leigh Spence, Peter Maxwell, Bruce Best, Chris Adshead, Russell Webb, Peter Andrikidis, Viktors Ritelis, Graham Rouse, Brendan Maher, Mike Smith, Chris Martin-Jones, Greg Shears, Alister Smart, Bill Hughes, Geoffrey Nottage, Gary Conway, Peter Dodds, Vince Martin, Riccardo Pellizzeri, Mandy Smith, Richard Sarell, Graham Thorburn, Mark Piper, Mark Callen, Kevin James Dobson, Chris Thomson, Brian Lennane, Geoff Bennett, Marie Trevor, Juliana Focht, Aileen O'Sullivan, Denny Lawrence, David Boutland, Colin Tregenza, Igor Auzins, Tony Virgo, Steve Mann, Kevin Dobson, Nick Tate, Catherine Millar

Writers

Judith Colquhoun, David Boutland, Hugh Stuckey, Sheila Sibley, Leon Saunders, David Allen, Forrest Redlich, Anne Brooksbank, David Philips, Graeme Koetsveld, Agi Schreck, Bill Searle, José Luis Bayonas, Dave Worthington, Carol Williams, Ray Harding, Tony Morphett, Peter A. Kinloch, Shane Brennan, Tim Pye, Patricia Johnson, Marcus Cooney, Stephen Measday, Steve J. Spears, Ted Roberts, Sally Webb, Patrea Smallacombe, Tom Galbraith, Margaret Kelly, Michael Aitkens, Caroline Stanton, Terry Larsen, Michael Brindley, Jenny Sharp, David Marsh, Helen Scott, Roger Dunn, Gwenda Marsh, James Davern, Micky Beckett, Anthony Wheeler, Betty Quin, Howard Griffiths, Serge Lazareff, Suzanne Hawley, Linden Wilkinson, Ian David, Geoff Newton, Ro Hume, Galia Hardy, Cliff Green, Robyn Sinclair, Craig Wilkins, Foveaux Kirby, Denise Morgan, Chris Thomson, Christine Schofield, Katherine Thomson, Peter Neale, Bevan Lee, Michael Cove, Louise Crane, Christine McCourt, Chris Roache, David Sale, Lynn Bayonas, Susan Bower, Michael Freundt, Colin Free, Don Townshend, Mary Wright, Grant Fraser, Russell Webb, Brett Mitchell, Beverley Phillips, Bob Herbert, Terry Fogarty, Andrew Kennedy, Patrick Flanagan, Moya Wood, Graeme Ellis, Keith Thompson, Paul Spinks, Alister Webb

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Producers

Editors

Graeme Andrews, John Cameron, Robert Nicol

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