McCallum

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McCallum
Format Drama, forensic police procedural
Starring John Hannah
Country of origin United Kingdom
No. of episodes 9 hour-and-a-half-long episodes
Production
Running time 120 minutes
(including adverts)
Production company(s) STV Productions
(Scottish Television)
Broadcast
Original channel ITV
Original run 1995 – 1998
Chronology
Related shows Rebus (2000-2007)

McCallum is a British television series that was produced by STV Productions (Scottish Television) and ran from 1995 to 1998.

Dr Iain McCallum was the original lead character, played by Scottish actor John Hannah. McCallum is a forensic pathologist working in the morgue of St. Patrick's Hospital in London's East End,[1] who travels by Triumph Motorcycle, is generally charming and solves murders. The character has romantic involvements with two of the other principal characters, Joanna Sparks (played by Suzanna Hamilton), and later Dr. Angela Moloney (played by Zara Turner). The last episode did not include McCallum and Angela as the story stated that they had taken jobs in America. They were replaced by Dr. Dan Gallagher (Nathaniel Parker) and Dr. Charley Fielding (Eva Pope).

Episodes[edit]

  • Series 1 (i.e. in US English, Season 1)
    • 1. "The Key to My Heart" (28 December 1995, duration: 1'17")
    • 2. "Sacrifice" (13 January 1997, duration: 1'39")
    • 3. "Touch" (27 January 1997, duration: 1'39")
    • 4. "Dead But Still Breathing" (10 February 1997, duration: 1'39")
  • Series 2 (i.e. in US English, Season 2)
    • 1. "City of the Dead" (30 December 1997, duration: 1'39")
    • 2. "Harvest" (13 January 1998, duration: 1'39")
    • 3. "Dead Man's Fingers" (3 February 1998, duration: 1'40")
    • 4. "Running on Empty" (17 February 1998, duration: 1'39")
    • 5. "Beyond Good and Evil" (7 December 1998, duration: 1'42")

References[edit]

  1. ^ Show summary on TV.com. Accessed on 2 May 2014.

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