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Hamish Macbeth


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Second of a six-part series, starring Robert Carlyle
In Search of a Rose. Whale-spotting trips and the disappearance of a local seafarer involve Hamish
Macbeth in a murky underwater investigation. See today's choices.
Written by Stuart Hepburn ; Producer Deirdre Keir
Director Mandie Fletcher
* Everyone's local hero: page 22


Unknown: Robert Carlyle
Written By: Stuart Hepburn
Producer: Deirdre Keir
Director: Mandie Fletcher
Hamish Macbeth: Robert Carlyle
Gavin Robb: Sam MacKenzie
Miss Meiklejohn: Anne Kristen
Esme: Anne Lacey
TV John: Ralph Riach
Alex: Valerie Gogan
Barney: Stuart McGugan
Isobel: Shirley Henderson
Lachie Junior: Stuart Davids
Agnes: Barbara Rafferty
Rory: Brian Petti Fer
Lachlan McCrae: Billy Riddoch
MrsMcLorg: Sarah Collier
Torquil: Craig Ferguson

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