By Stephen Mulrine , based on characters created by Peter Turnbull , in the six-part series set in Glasgow. 2: Suffer the Children. A suicide is one thing, but an imported one makes the cops in P Division think again. with Liam Brennan , Jake D'Arcy ,
Janette Foggo , Crawford Logan , Eliza Langland ,
Jan Moffatt , Martin Heller , Joanna Tope , Rebecca Hawking, Stewart McQuarrie , Billy Strachan and Jennifer Black. Director Hamish Wilson
By Jimmy Murphy. The Indian com which Sir Robert Peel sent over to Ireland to alleviate the famine of the 1840s proved inedible and the Irish cursed it with the name Peel's Brimstone. with Stella McCusker , Peter O'Meara , Michelle Forbes , Niamh Ljneham , Michele Simms , David Wilmot , Noel McGee , Paddy Scully , Emma O'Neil , Trevor Moore , Cathy Brennan. Patrick Rtzsymons and Dan Gordon. Director Pam Brighton
A six-part serial by Alan McDonald. 2: Following from in Front with Dominic Grounsell , Helen Roberts , David Thorpe , Kim Wall and Dominic Letts. Music by Peter Howell. DirectorTracey Neale
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