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Monarch of the Glen

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Third in an eight-part drama starring Richard Briers , Susan Hampshire and Alastair Mackenzie. Archie's long-suffering girlfriend and business partner, Justine, has arrived from London to find out what he is up to. See Choice.
Written by Michael Chaplin and inspired by the Highland novels of Compton Mackenzie: Producer Nick Pitt ; Director Edward Bennett (S) (W)
Lairding it: page 18; Alison Graham 's TV Review: page 51

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Briers
Unknown: Alastair MacKenzie.
Written By: Michael Chaplin
Producer: Nick Pitt
Director: Edward Bennett
Unknown: Alison Graham
Hector: Richard Briers
Molly: Susan Hampshire
Archie: Alastair MacKenzie
Katrina: Lorraine Pilkington
Lexie: Dawn Steele
Duncan: Hamish Clark
Golly: Alexander Morton
Justine: Anna Wilson-Jones
Kilwillie: Julian Fellowes
Alan: Paul Goodwin
Geordie: Ralph Riach
Lachie Macsween: Malcolm Shields
Flora: Morag Siller
Older shepherd: Stephen Aintree
Rory: Graham Dakers
Shona: Elena Spinks






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