Doc Martin is distributed by American Public Television (APT), not PBS. APT can be contacted online at the following address: http://www.aptonline.org/aptweb.nsf/ContactUs?Readform&type=Viewers.

 

Our local member stations are individually owned and operated, and therefore schedule independently. This includes their ability to acquire programming from sources other than PBS, such as APT. As this is not a PBS distributed program, we do not have the streaming rights for Doc Martin on PBS.org or on Passport.


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