So far, "A Young Doctor's Notebook" has not received much attention in the US. It aired in the UK sometime ago but does not have an American air date as yet. However, when it does air in the US, Hartford, look out for it on BBC America which in Connecticut airs on Cablevision channel 101. "A Young Doctor's Notebook" is worth keeping an eye out for because it is a funny and interesting miniseries about the experiences of Russian writer Mikhail Bulgakov.
The miniseries consists of four thirty minute episodes starring Jon Hamm ("Mad Men") as the Older Doctor and Daniel Radcliffe ("Harry Potter") as the Younger Doctor. It is based off a collection of short stories called "A Country Doctor's Notebook" by Bulgaov. Both Hamm and Radcliffe do a fantastic job of presenting the doctor at two different stages of life. "A Young Doctor's Notebook" shows how seemingly mundane actions in youth can have massive implications on the future. The first two episodes play humorously on the plight of a newly licensed doctor sent to the Russian country side. Later it take a dark turn as the miniseries heads towards its conclusion.
Give "A Young Doctor's Notebook" a shot. It is a wonderful adaptation and collaboration from all involved.