Harley Street (TV Series 2008– )


Harley Street (TV Series 2008– )

Recently graduated Dr. Robert Foster starts a London medical practice with a few study friends. Robert and Dr Martha Elliot have a love triangle with an upper class former university buddy Dr Felix Quinn, who rivals them for the prestigious client list of a society doctor about to retire, whose daughter 'in heat' may swing the deal. Meanwhile Robert shows admirable talent and dedication to patients, also in Dr Ross Jarvis's hospital ward, yet is bitterly discarded by his terminally ill father Mal.
IMDb   6.1 /10
Creator Marston Bloom
Release Date2008-07-17
Content Rating
CompanyCarnival Film & Television
Dr Robert Fielding / ... 6 episodes, 2008
Dr Martha Elliot 6 episodes, 2008
Dr. Ekkow Obiang 6 episodes, 2008
Dr Felix Quinn 6 episodes, 2008
Kim Medcalf
Kim Medcalf
Annie 6 episodes, 2008
Hannah 6 episodes, 2008
Dr Ross Jarvis 5 episodes, 2008
Tess Elliot 4 episodes, 2008
Mal Fielding 3 episodes, 2008
Dr Harvey Cost 2 episodes, 2008
Miranda Cost 2 episodes, 2008
Polly Maberly
Polly Maberly
Kate Fielding 2 episodes, 2008
Dr Powell 2 episodes, 2008
Grace 2 episodes, 2008

Harley Street (TV series)

Harley Street is a British television medical drama shown on ITV from 17 July to 21 August 2008.

The series was made by Carnival Films and was set in Harley Street, London. Created by Marston Bloom and written by Howard Overman, Jack Williams, and Nicole Taylor, the stories were about the lives of Harley Street specialists and the cases that were presented to them.


  • Paul Nicholls as Robert Fielding
  • Suranne Jones as Martha Eliot
  • Rosie Day as Tess Eliot
  • Lucy Brown as Maya
  • Oliver Dimsdale as Felix Quinn
  • Cush Jumbo as Hannah Fellows


Harley Street was shown on ITV at 9pm each Thursday. The first transmission on 17 July had an audience of 3.9m and an 18% audience share. It was also the first drama ITV has aired in high definition on ITV HD available to Freesat viewers. The final episode was shown on 21 August.

On 19 November 2008, ITV announced that the programme would not return due to poor figures.

DVD release

Harley Street was released in the UK on 25 August 2008.