'I am so fond of him (Martin Clunes) and look forward to working with him because he makes the whole thing so much fun.
Needless to say, in real life, he is nothing at all like the Doc.
Band of Brothers - According to Roman records, the Iron Age Celtic peoples of Britain consisted of war-like tribes - but this could well be propaganda of the age.
There’s this amazing, expansive landscape, which feels so free and open, yet you’re constantly drawn back to the epicentre of the village, where you can’t even blow your nose without everyone knowing about it.
Various types of abuse are possible, including self-abuse and abuse of others.
From a practical and social point of view, abuse that harms other people or animals is worse than self-abuse.
And the fact that we only film it every two years makes it more so,' said Caroline Catz who plays Doc Martin’s on-again, off-again partner Louisa Glasson Caroline Catz seems as much a part of the stunning Cornish landscape in which we are snapping her today as the seagulls that squawk above the beach at Port Isaac or the fishing boats that bob across the blue horizon.
Although born and raised in Manchester – a place she describes as ‘all rain and pavements’ – she has become synonymous with this beautiful corner of rural England, thanks to her decade-long role as Doc Martin’s on-again, off-again partner Louisa Glasson.