Dr. Finlay's Casebook is a television series that was broadcast on the BBC from 1962 until 1971.

Based on A. J. Cronin's novella entitled Country Doctor, the storylines centred on a general medical practice in the fictional Scottish town of Tannochbrae during the late 1920s.

The main characters were Dr. Finlay, the junior partner in the practice, played by Bill Simpson, Dr. Cameron, the craggy senior partner, played by Andrew Cruickshank and Janet, their unflappable housekeeper and receptionist at Arden House, played by Barbara Mullen. Other recurrent characters included Dr. Snoddie, Finlay's crusty detractor and Janet's admirer, played by Eric Woodburn and gossipy Mistress Niven (the district nurse), played by Effie Morrison.

Cast: Dr. Alexander Snoddie - Eric Woodburn; Andrew McGregor - Calum Mill; Mistress Niven - Effie Morrison; Sgt. Gilbey - Neil Wilson; Constable Dickie - David Macmillan; Matron - Molly Urquhart; Sister - Delia Paton; Galbraith - Bryden Murdoch; Mr. Gibson - Robert James; Mrs. Rae - Marigold Sharman; Dr. Alan Finlay - Bill Simpson; 'Hooky' Buchanan - James Copeland; Dr. Angus Cameron - Andrew Cruickshank; Mrs. Ballantyne - Helena Gloag; Janet MacPherson - Barbara Mullen; Lewis Gilbride - Leonard Maguire;

Network: BBC One (United Kingdom)
Premiered: 16.August.1962
Status: Ended