Coming to the UK's Sky Arts 1 on December 6th is the four-part mini-series A Young Doctor's Notebook, which stars Jon Hamm and Daniel Radcliffe as a doctor working alongside memories of his younger self in the small village of Muryovo at the dawn of the Russian Revolution in 1917. We have three photos and a piece of Sky Arts 1 promo art featuring both actors, which you can check out here, followed by the official synopsis. At this time, the mini-series has no set U.S. airdate, but you can expect to see it sometime in 2013.

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<strong><em>A Young Doctor's Notebook</em></strong> promo art

A Young Doctor's Notebook is a four-part comedy drama based on a collection of short stories by the celebrated Russian writer and playwright Mikhail Bulgakov. The drama recounts Bulgakov's semi-autobiographical experiences as a young doctor working in the small village of Muryovo at the dawn of the Russian Revolution in 1917.

Recounting from his notebooks, the Doctor considers his life and career as he tries to treat the patients of a village that is struggling to enter the modern age. Dealing not only with the superstitious and poorly educated patients but with his own inner demons, the doctor reveals doubts about his own competence and struggles with the immense burden of medical responsibility.

Jon Hamm takes on the role of the older doctor, who has a series of bleakly comic exchanges with his younger self, played Daniel Radcliffe.

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