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"Doctor on the Go" is a musical composition published on the album Revolution Dub by Lee Perry & The Upsetters. It is based on Junior Byles recording of "Long Way".

It samples Doctor on the Go, a British television comedy series based on a set of books by Richard Gordon about the misadventures of a group of Doctors. The series follows directly from its predecessor Doctor at Sea, and was produced by London Weekend Television in 1975-77.

Writers for the Doctor on the Go episodes were Douglas Adams, Rob Buckman, Richard Laing, George Layton, Jonathan Lynn, ,Bernard McKenna, Steve Thorn and Paul Wolfson.



Series 1

  1. Keep Your Nose Clean
  2. When a Body Meets a Body
  3. It's the Thought That Counts
  4. Radio Activity
  5. A Run for Your Money
  6. Learning by Heart
  7. It's Just the Job
  8. What's Up Doc?
  9. Room for Change
  10. A Heart in the Right Place
  11. What's your Problem?
  12. Clunk Clink
  13. The Course of True Love

Series 2

  1. When Did You Last See Your Father?
  2. I Love Paris... When I Get There
  3. Money Spasms
  4. What's in a Name?
  5. The War of the Wards
  6. For Your Own Good
  7. Bunny Makes the World Go Round
  8. Loftus the Terrible
  9. A Turn for the Worse
  10. M*A*T*C*H
  11. California Girl
  12. Sunday Bleeping Sunday
  13. Happy Ever After

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