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Bruce Young has been Head of Radio Drama at BBC Scotland since February 2010. Previously he was editor of radio drama at BBC Scotland.[1][2]

Radio Plays[edit]

Radio Plays Directed or Produced by Bruce Young
Date first broadcast Play Author Cast Synopsis
Awards
Station
Series
1 June 1990
(Recorded on 8 May 1990)
The Interview Mary Gladstone Read by Gerda Stevenson BBC Radio 4 Morning Story
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19 February 2002 A Hundred Miles[3] Marty Ross Eric Barlow, Carol Ann Crawford, Alison Peebles, Jenny Ryan and Gerda Stevenson After 15 years in Scotland, Marina returns to Russia seeking forgiveness from the best friend she betrayed to the KGB. But her former friend is unwilling to forgive. BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play
25 August 2002 – 1 September 2002 The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie[4] Muriel Spark Gerda Stevenson, Carol Anne Crawford, Anne Scott Jones, Irene MacDougal, Grega Powrie, James Bryce, Vickie Liddel, Francis Thorbourne, Hannah Thornton, Jeannie Shawe, Gemma Straun, Kirstie Mackie, Callum Stuart, Keith McLeish and Irene Maccullum The tale of 1930s' school teacher Jean Brodie, her odd

teaching methods, narrow range of subjects, and misguided advice which led to her continued but unwanted spinsterhood, and tragedy for some of her pupils.

BBC Radio 4 Classic Serial
25 January 2003 – 1 February 2003 Rebus: The Falls[5] Ian Rankin dramatised by Bert Coules Ron Donachie, Paul Young, Gayanne Potter, Gerda Stevenson, Sarah Collier, John Shedden, Patrick Moy, Chris Young, Finlay Welsh, Alec Heggie, Joanna Tope and Frances Thorburn When a wealthy banker's daughter goes missing from Edinburgh University, Rebus has little to go on in his investigations. BBC Radio 4 The Saturday Play
31 March 2003 – 11 April 2003 Self-Control Mary Brunton dramatised by Gerda Stevenson Maureen Beattie, Gerda Stevenson, Bernard Horsfall, Phyllida Law, Andrew Wincott, Tom Goodman-Hill, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Tracy-Ann Oberman, Colette O'Neil, Thomas Arnold, David Timson, Stuart McGugan and Emma Woolliams Laura Montreville is loved by two men, a reckless libertine and a dignified but reserved landowner. In a world where polite society and sexual hypocrisy rub shoulders easily, can she choose wisely between passion and virtue? BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour Drama[6]
5 April 2004 – 9 April 2004 For the Love of Willie Agnes Owens dramatised by Gerda Stevenson Kate Donnelly, Edith Macarthur, Patricia Ross, Isabelle Joss, Liam Brennan, Gerry Mulgrew, William Barlow and Gerda Stevenson In a small west of Scotland town during the Second World War, young Peggy falls in love with her employer.

Thirty years later Peggy writes a novel about her life, revealing the unexpected outcome of her brief affair.

BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour Drama
26 June 2004 – 3 July 2004 Rebus: Resurrection Men[7] Ian Rankin dramatised by Bert Coules Ron Donachie, Gayanne Potter, Finlay Welsh, Neil McKinven, Lewis Howden, Sandy Neilson, Paul Young, Crawford Logan, Mark McDonnell, Sarah Collier and William Barlow As a murder inquiry begins into the death of an Edinburgh art dealer, Rebus throws a mug of tea at his boss so is taken off the case and ordered to undergo retraining.

It looks like the last chance saloon for Rebus, but it's a cover to allow him to investigate detectives who may have stolen £3 million from a drug dealer.

BBC Radio 4 The Saturday Play
16 May 2005 A Breath from Other Planets Marty Ross Simon Tait, Gerda Stevenson, Grant O'Rourke, John Kielty and Matthew Pidgeon The drama is based on real events in the life of composer Arnold Schoenberg in Vienna in 1907. Schoenberg's wife Mathilde begins an affair with his closest friend Gerstl, which inspires him to a revolutionary period of creativity. BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play[8]
25 February 2006 Christabel's Anarchist Patricia Hannah Gerda Stevenson, Crawford Logan, Gayanne Potter, Hazel Hall, John Kielty, Ralph Riach, Carol Ann Crawford, Simon Tait, Sheila Donald and James Bryce In the summer of 1876, Prince Peter Kropotkin escaped from imprisonment in St Petersburg, and for a few weeks he rented a room in Edinburgh under a false name. But what happened when the Russian anarchist prince met his Scottish Presbyterian landlady? BBC Radio 4 Saturday Play[9]
9 September 2007 – 16 September 2007 The Heart of Midlothian[10] Walter Scott dramatised by Gerda Stevenson Gerda Stevenson, Irene Allan, Ann Louise Ross, Pauline Knowles, Joanna Tope, Ralph Riach, Simon Donaldson, Robin Laing, John Buick, Joseph Arkley and Rose McBain Two sisters are caught up in political revolt in Edinburgh in 1737. When a smuggler is executed, a mob storms the Tolbooth Prison where young Effie Deans awaits trial for murder. BBC Radio 4 Classic Serial[11]
28 June 2008 – 5 July 2008 Rebus: Black and Blue[12] Ian Rankin dramatised by Chris Dolan Ron Donachie, Iain Robertson, Gayanne Potter, Simon Tait, Irene Allan, Simon Donaldson, Mark McDonnell, Natalie Bennett, John Kazek, Juliet Cadzow, Laurie Ventry and Stevie Hannan Investigating the violent death of a North Sea oil worker in Edinburgh, Rebus uncovers a variety of possible motives. His inquiries take him from Edinburgh to Glasgow and Aberdeen before he finds his investigation overlapping with a major hunt for a serial killer who has struck in all three cities. BBC Radio 4 Saturday Play
17 August 2008 – 24 August 2008 The Black Sheep[13] Honoré de Balzac dramatised by Chris Dolan Geoffrey Whitehead, Thomas Arnold, Mathew Pidgeon, Briony McRoberts, Phyllida Law, Lucy Paterson, Timothy Bateson, Jon Glover, Christian Rodska, Colette O'Neil, Alan Cox, Nyasha Hatendi, David Holt, Liz Sutherland and Chris Pavlo A tale of family rivalry and fortunes lost and won, set in 19th-century France.

After Napoleon's defeat at Waterloo, Philippe Bridau becomes a reckless gambler who steals from his mother to finance his obsession. She foolishly continues to idolise him, and it is left to his more dependable brother Joseph to rescue the family from destitution.

BBC Radio 4 Classic Serial
24 December 2008 Christmas Eve[14] Adam Beeson based on a short story by Nikolai Gogol Dave Anderson, Juliet Cadzow, Steven McNicoll, Paul Thomas Hickey, Mark McDonnell, Lucy Paterson, Crawford Logan and Ralph Riach As the snow falls on Christmas Eve in the Ukrainian village of Dikanka, the local witch is in league with a devil to steal the moon and the stars. Meanwhile, the witch's son goes on a magical night flight to St Petersburg to borrow a pair of shoes from Catherine the Great. BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play
7 August 2009 Blue Water in Helmand[15] Chris Dolan Joanna Tope and John Kazek Drama set during the current conflict in Afghanistan. When his helicopter is shot down, a wounded Scottish soldier is taken to a safe house where he meets a mysterious young girl. BBC Radio Scotland Drama[16]
19 October 2009 – 30 October 2009 The Dead Hour Denise Mina dramatised by Chris Dolan Amy Manson, Stevie Hannan, Simon Donaldson, Cara Kelly, Laurie Ventry, Paul Thomas Hickey, Finlay McLean, Patricia Kavanagh, Andrew Clark, Grant O'Rourke, Mark McDonnell, Stewart Porter, Andrew Byatt and Richard Conlon Cub reporter Paddy Meehan is called to a domestic dispute in a wealthy Glasgow suburb where a female lawyer has been injured. BBC Radio 4
31 December 2009 Happy New Year![17] Alistair Rutherford Ann Scott-Jones, Robin Laing, Kenny Blyth, Gayanne Potter, Simon Tait and Jackie Bird The Laing family gather for Hogmanay but fireworks erupt before the bells when some secrets and half-truths are revealed. BBC Radio Scotland Drama
24 March 2010 The Sensitive: A Nobody[18] Alistair Jessiman Robin Laing, Daniela Nardini, Iain Robertson, Sheila Donald, Simon Tait and Suzanne Donaldson Glasgow psychic detective Thomas suffers a crisis of confidence when he is asked to investigate a potential serial killer. An old girlfriend, Kat, persuades him to take a break, but when they drive north for a few days, Thomas soon becomes convinced that they are being followed. BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play
14 June 2010 – 18 June 2010 The House of Mercy[19] Bruce Young dramatised by Chris Dolan Melody Grove, David Rintoul, Sam Dale, Timothy West, Alexander Morton, Tracy Wiles, Laura dos Santos, Tony Bell, Alison Pettitt and Keely Beresford After her travels in France, Eliza Martins arrives in London in 1860 and is soon feted as a literary sensation when her novel becomes a best-seller. She meets a leading backbench MP who declares his admiration both for the novel and its author. But the secrets they both harbour lead to blackmail and murder. BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour Drama
7 August 2010 – 14 August 2010 Rebus: Strip Jack[20] Ian Rankin dramatised by Chris Dolan Ron Donachie, Andy Clark, Lisa Gardner, Gavin Kean, Liam Brennan, Douglas Russell, Robin Laing, Emma Currie, Lewis Howden, Monica Gibb, Laurie Brown and Maryam Hamidi When the Scots MP, Gregor Jack, is caught in an Edinburgh brothel during a police raid the media go to town. BBC Radio 4 Saturday Play
23 September 2010 The Second Mr Bailey[21][Note 1] Andrew Doyle Sam Swann, Richard Greenwood, Owen Whitelaw, Gerda Stevenson, Gabriel Quigley and James Bryce John is a young gay man living in Edinburgh in 1967. Homosexuality is about to be legalised in England, but not in Scotland. When John takes up lodgings with the enigmatic Mrs Margaret Bailey, he begins to experience what life as a conventional straight man could be like. But Margaret is no ordinary house-wife; she's slowly turning John into a replica of her husband. And John's beginning to like it. BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play
1 October 2010 Rain[22] Bruce Morton Ford Kiernan and James Young A black comedy about climate change and tabloid hysteria. When the latest deluge leaves Glasgow under several feet of water, Terry, an amateur sailor, decides to leave Scotland and head off into the unknown in his second-hand tugboat. He enlists the help of John, a young offender on community service - but as the unlikely pair head out to sea there is a dark secret in the hold of the boat that will terrify the young man out of his wits. BBC Radio Scotland Drama
10 November 2010 The Trenches Trip[23] Jonathan Smith Christian Rodska, Max Dowler, Tamzin Merchant, Leah Brotherhead, Pip Carter, Sam Swann and Tony Bell Unexpected conflicts emerge within a group of teachers and sixth-formers as they walk through the World War I trenches, tunnels and cemeteries of Flanders, trying to step into the boots of those who died there. BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play
17 December 2010 The Other Simenon: Striptease[24] Georges Simenon dramatised by Ronald Frame Claire Knight, Gayanne Potter, Simon Tait, Greg Powry, Leslie Hart, Kim Gerrard, James Anthony Pearson, Patricia Cavanagh and Nicola-Jo Cully The mistress of a nightclub owner in Cannes in 1958 faces a younger rival for her lover's affections when he hires a sensational new dancer. BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play
28 February 2011 Secrets: The Punter's Tale[25] Gerda Stevenson Julie Duncanson, Simon Tait, Gerda Stevenson, Alastair G. Bruce, Irene Allan and Kenny Blyth Two-part drama about an escort and her clients. When problems mount at home social worker John turns to an escort for company. BBC Radio Scotland Drama
2 March 2011 McLevy: The Firebrand[26] David Ashton Brian Cox, Siobhan Redmond, Michael Perceval-Maxwell, David Ashton, Colette O'Neil, John Kazek, Vicki Liddelle and Irene Allan McLevy investigates the kidnap of a women's rights campaigner. BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play
7 March 2011 Secrets: The Escort's Tale[27] Gerda Stevenson Julie Duncanson, Nicola Jo Cully, John Paul Hurley and Paul Morrow Two-part drama about an escort and her clients. Amy finds it increasingly difficult to keep her private life hidden from her teenage daughter. BBC Radio Scotland Drama
9 March 2011 McLevy: Dead Reckoning[28] David Ashton Brian Cox, Siobhan Redmond, Stella Gonet, Michael Perceval-Maxwell, David Ashton, Brian Pettifer, Sean Scanlan and John Kielty Inspector McLevy investigates a curious case of grave robbing. BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play
16 March 2011 McLevy: Prince Of Darkness[29] David Ashton Brian Cox, Siobhan Redmond, David Hayman, Michael Perceval-Maxwell, Colette O'Neil, David Ashton, Edith MacArthur, Grant O'Rourke and Kim Gerard Jean Brash is confronted by a former lover back from the dead. She had once poisoned him – fatally, or so she thought - and now he is out for revenge. Meanwhile, McLevy dreams of death by drowning. Is it a premonition or just the result of drinking too much coffee? BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play
23 March 2011 McLevy: A Distant Death[30] David Ashton Brian Cox, Siobhan Redmond, Michael Perceval-Maxwell, Crawford Logan, David Ashton, Kim Gerard, Stewart Porter and Kenny Blyth McLevy's dreams of death by drowning are about to become a reality when he and Jean Brash are trapped in a sea cave while the tide rushes in. Outside the cave a rifle marksman is ready to shoot them if they try to escape. BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play
9 June 2011 The Apple Tree[31] Gerda Stevenson Juliet Stevenson, Iain MacRae, David Walker, Carina MacLeod and Angus Peter Campbell Maria is an Englishwoman who has fallen in love with her husband Iain's Highland heritage – but there's a shock in store for them when they take a trip home to his mother's island croft. BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play
27 July 2011 The Other Simenon: In Case of Emergency[32] Georges Simenon dramatised by Ronald Frame Jimmy Chisholm, Lisa Gardner, Sarah Collier, Laura Smales and Kenny Blyth When her plan to rob a jeweller's shop goes wrong, Yvette – young, beautiful and dangerously impulsive – asks middle-aged lawyer, Lucien, to defend her in court. When he wins the case they begin an affair but he discovers that Yvette has a boyfriend who has no intention of giving her up. BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play
3 August 2011 The Other Simenon: The Little Man from Archangel[33] Georges Simenon dramatised by Ronald Frame Steven McNicoll, Crawford Logan, Francesca Dymond, Kenny Blyth, Eliza Langland and Gavin Kean When Gina fails to come home one night, bookseller Jonas Milk tells his inquisitive neighbours that she's visiting a friend. But the gossips in this small country town know Gina has been having flagrant affairs and when it becomes clear that she's disappeared Jonas is drawn into a nightmare of police enquiries and painful discoveries. BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play
10 August 2011 The Other Simenon: The Cat[34] Georges Simenon dramatised by Ronald Frame Christian Rodska, Joanna Tope, Irene Allan, Carol Ann Crawford and Mark McDonnell Conversation between Emile and Marguerite has given way to a mute exchange of vicious notes, a shared life to separate beds and separate larders. Meanwhile the sudden deaths of two cherished family pets – a poisoned cat and a murdered parrot – block all attempts at reconciliation. BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play
29 November 2011 McLevy: The Blue Gown[35] David Ashton Brian Cox, Siobhan Redmond, Michael Perceval-Maxwell, David Ashton, Iain Robertson, David Rintoul, Tracy Wiles, Jayne McKenna and Victoria Inez Hardy McLevy enlists the help of Jean Brash as he investigates the death of a young seamstress. BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play
6 December 2011 McLevy: Flesh and Blood[36] David Ashton Brian Cox, Siobhan Redmond, David Ashton, Michael Perceval-Maxwell, Colette O'Neil, Matthew Pidgeon, Colin Harris, Robert McIntosh and Simon Bubb A student is accused of murder after a tavern brawl. BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play
13 December 2011 McLevy: A Fine Deception[37] David Ashton Brian Cox, Siobhan Redmond, Michael Perceval-Maxwell, David Ashton, Alan Cox, Forbes Masson, Carl Prekopp, Alex Rivers, Tam Dean Burn and Ali Craig A stage magician arrives in town just before a jewel robbery at Edinburgh Castle. BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play
20 December 2011 McLevy: The Last Illusion[38] David Ashton Brian Cox, Siobhan Redmond, Michael Perceval-Maxwell, David Ashton, Colette O'Neil, Alan Cox, Tam Dean Burn, Daniel Portman, Ali Craig and Rikki Lawton McLevy sets out to prove a celebrated stage magician is a jewel thief. BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play
12 March 2012 – 16 March 2012 The Harpole Report[39] J L Carr dramatised by Jonathan Smith[disambiguation needed] Shaun Dingwall, Hattie Morahan, Christian Rodska, Sam Dale, Lesley Nicol, Jane Whittenshaw, David Holt and Susie Riddell Idealistic young teacher George Harpole decides to shake things up when he becomes acting head of a primary school - but he encounters stiff resistance from all quarters. BBC Radio 4 15 Minute Drama
26 May 2012 The Haunted Hotel[40] Wilkie Collins dramatised by Rod Beacham Harry Lloyd, Jasmine Hyde, Adjoa Andoh, Simon Bubb, Katherine Igoe, Alex Rivers, Josie Kidd, Gerard McDermott, James Lailey and Rod Beacham Wilkie Collins' gothic horror tale is a powerful combination of ghost story and detective mystery. In 1860, the formidable Countess Narona marries a rich young aristocrat in London – but shortly after travelling to Venice her husband dies, apparently of natural causes, leaving the Countess a rich woman. Years later, guests in a Venetian hotel encounter the terrifying apparition of a murder victim seeking revenge. BBC Radio 4 Saturday Drama
26 November 2012 McLevy: A Dangerous Remedy[41] David Ashton Brian Cox, Siobhan Redmond, Michael Perceval-Maxwell, David Ashton, Colette O'Neil, Lewis Howden and Carol Ann Crawford McLevy investigates a series of street attacks on clients of the Just Land – while Mulholland's Aunt Katie turns up unexpectedly from Ireland pursued by an angry neighbour. BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Drama
3 December 2012 McLevy: No Looking Back[42] David Ashton Brian Cox, Siobhan Redmond, Colette O'Neil, Michael Perceval-Maxwell, David Ashton, Gavin Mitchell, Jordan Young and Sarah McCardie When a corpse turns up in a fisherman's net, McLevy discovers the murdered man had last been seen at the Just Land. BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Drama
10 December 2012 McLevy: A Pearl In The Oyster[43] David Ashton Brian Cox, Siobhan Redmond, Michael Perceval-Maxwell, David Ashton and Alexander Morton A young prostitute falls in love and decides to leave Jean's employment - but she later returns to die on the doorstep of the Just Land. BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Drama
17 December 2012 McLevy: The Cross-Roads[44] David Ashton Brian Cox, Siobhan Redmond, Michael Perceval-Maxwell, David Ashton and Alexander Morton McLevy is kidnapped by a grieving father who seeks vengeance for the death of his son. Jean, Roach and Mulholland join forces in a desperate bid to find the Inspector before kidnap turns into murder. BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Drama
27 December 2012 The Strange Case of Dr Hyde[45] Chris Dolan, inspired by R.L. Stevenson David Rintoul, Jimmy Chisholm, Kenny Blyth, Wendy Seager, Nicola Roy, John Kielty, Liza Langland and Simon Tait A feature-length crime thriller set in present-day Edinburgh. Police enlist the help of the eccentric pathologist, Dr Hyde, when an unusually violent murder on the city's streets leaves them with a macabre mystery. BBC Radio Scotland Drama
27 December 2012 The Sensitive: Queen of the Dead[46] Alastair Jessiman Robin Laing, Julie Duncanson, Irene MacDougall and Steven McNicoll A grieving daughter finds hundreds of cassette recordings made by a woman obsessed with her late father, a Professor of English. Glasgow's psychic detective Thomas Soutar is hired to trace the identity of the woman behind the tapes – who styles herself the "Queen Of the Dead". BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Drama
25 June 2013 The Sensitive: Terma[47] Alastair Jessiman Robin Laing, Simon Tait, David Ireland, Lewis Howden, Julie Duncanson, Alasdair Hankinson and Lucy Hollis A journalist goes missing after building up a dossier on a powerful crime family. Thomas Soutar is brought in by police to investigate his disappearance. BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Drama
26 June 2013 The Sensitive: Black Island[48] Alastair Jessiman Robin Laing, Julie Duncanson, Steven McNicoll, Laurie Brown, Simon Tait and Haris Young Thomas and Kat go on holiday to the Western Isles. But Thomas is soon drawn into a dangerous game with a celebrated actor. BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Drama
21 July 2013 – 28 July 2013 Desolation Island[49] Patrick O'Brian dramatised by Roger Danes David Robb, Richard Dillane, Teresa Gallagher, Samuel Barnett, David Holt, Sam Dale, Jon Glover, Jonathan Tafler, Nick Underwood, Michael Bertenshaw, Hannah Wood, Lloyd Thomas and Gerard McDermott August, 1811. Jack Aubrey sets sail for Australia in his new command, HMS Leopard. His mission – to transport a group of convicts to Botany Bay, including a woman, Louisa Wogan, who has been spying for the Americans. Stephen Maturin joins Jack once again as ship's surgeon – but his real mission is to watch Mrs Wogan. When a fever breaks out among the prisoners and crew, Jack decides to head for Recife – but he is pursued through the South Atlantic by a powerful Dutch warship. BBC Radio 4 Classic Serial
14 October 2013 – 25 October 2013 Gillespie and I[50] Jane Harris adapted by Chris Dolan Phyllis Logan, Liam Brennan, Kate Dickie, Ann Scott-Jones, Helen Mackay, Paul Young, Sarah McCardie, Jimmy Chisholm, Steven McNicoll, Finlay Welsh and Robert Jack Victorian gothic mystery by Jane Harris. In 1888, Harriet Baxter, an art-loving Englishwoman, arrives in Glasgow for the city's International Exhibition. She meets the Scottish painter, Ned Gillespie, and his wife, Annie – but tragedy is about to strike the Gillespies. BBC Radio 4 15 Minute Drama
26 October 2013 Topaz[51] Lucy Gannon Brian Cox, Niamh Cusack, Sandy Grierson, Maureen Beattie, Stuart McQuarrie, Andrew Neil, Colette O'Neil, Sean Murray, Ali Craig and Amaka Okafor In the face of widespread ridicule at his lack of talent, the unfortunate 19th century poet, William Topaz McGonagall dreams of rescuing his reputation by seeking royal patronage. He decides to walk from Dundee to Balmoral to see Queen Victoria, accompanied by his long-suffering son, Billy. A desperate desire for fame and celebrity has almost destroyed McGonagall's life – but if he can meet her Majesty his fortunes would be transformed. BBC Radio 4 Saturday Play
1 February 2014 Seance on a Wet Afternoon[52] Mark McShane dramatised by Adrian Bean Caroline Strong, Robert Glenister, Carl Prekopp, Nick Underwood, Jasmine Hyde, Lizzy Watts, Gerard McDermott and Jane Whittenshaw Myra Savage conducts séances for a dwindling number of clients. If only there were some way of persuading the wider public of her paranormal abilities – then she'd enjoy the fame and wealth she deserves. She and her husband Bill plan a publicity stunt. They will kidnap the daughter of a prominent businessman. At the critical moment Myra will tap into her psychic powers, contact the distressed parents and provide the police with the vital clues they need to find the girl. What could go wrong? BBC Radio 4 Saturday Play
18 February 2014 McLevy: A Different Path[53] David Ashton Brian Cox, Siobhan Redmond, Michael Perceval-Maxwell, David Ashton, Sandy Grierson, Gayanne Potter, Simon Tait, James Young, Paul Young and Finlay McLean A turf war breaks out between rival factions in the Leith underworld. And a new Chief Constable turns up the heat on McLevy. BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Drama
25 February 2014 McLevy: The Cat's Claw[54] David Ashton Brian Cox, Siobhan Redmond, Michael Perceval-Maxwell, David Ashton, Cal MacAninch, Lesley Hart, Finlay McLean and John Shedden Derelicts in Leith are being attacked and killed in the street. McLevy investigates two cases where the victims have been scarred as if by the claw of an animal. BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Drama
4 March 2014 McLevy: A Sore Convulsion[55] David Ashton Brian Cox, Siobhan Redmond, Michael Perceval-Maxwell, David Ashton, Richard Greenwood, Emma Currie, Paul Young, Finlay McLean, Stewart Campbell and Patricia Kavanagh An expansion of the docks threatens to change Leith forever - and brings a visitor with painful revelations about Jean Brash's childhood. BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Drama
11 March 2014 McLevy: [56] David Ashton Brian Cox, Siobhan Redmond, Michael Perceval-Maxwell, David Ashton, [[]], [[]], [[]], [[]], [[]] and [[]] BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Drama

Notes:

  1. ^ Director: Bruce Young; Producer: Kirsty Williams

Sources:

References[edit]

  1. ^ Losing Patrick, Losing Lottie – Jeff Zycinski, Head of Radio at BBC Radio Scotland
  2. ^ Change of Scene at BBC Radio Scotland Drama Department – allmediascotland.com, 9 February 2010
  3. ^ Scottish Theatre Archive – A Hundred Miles
  4. ^ Radio – Scattered dreams – The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie – Sue Arnold, The Observer, 1 September 2002
  5. ^ BBC – The Saturday Play – Rebus: The Falls
  6. ^ BBC – Woman's Hour Drama
  7. ^ BBC – The Saturday Play – Rebus: Resurrection Men
  8. ^ BBC – Afternoon Play
  9. ^ BBC – Saturday Play
  10. ^ BBC – Classic Serial – The Heart of Midlothian
  11. ^ BBC – Classic Serial
  12. ^ BBC – Saturday Play – Rebus: Black and Blue
  13. ^ BBC – Classic Serial – The Black Sheep
  14. ^ BBC – Afternoon Play – Christmas Eve
  15. ^ BBC – BBC Radio Scotland – Blue Water in Helmand
  16. ^ BBC – BBC Radio Scotland – Drama
  17. ^ BBC – BBC Radio Scotland – Happy New Year!
  18. ^ BBC – Afternoon Play – The Sensitive: A Nobody
  19. ^ BBC – Woman's Hour Drama – The House of Mercy
  20. ^ BBC – Saturday Play – Rebus: Strip Jack
  21. ^ BBC – Afternoon Play – The Second Mr Bailey
  22. ^ BBC – BBC Radio Scotland – Rain
  23. ^ BBC – Afternoon Play – The Trenches Trip
  24. ^ BBC – Afternoon Play – The Other Simenon: Striptease
  25. ^ BBC – BBC Radio Scotland – Secrets: The Punter's Tale
  26. ^ BBC – Afternoon Play – McLevy: The Firebrand
  27. ^ BBC – BBC Radio Scotland – Secrets: The Escort's Tale
  28. ^ BBC – Afternoon Play – McLevy: Dead Reckoning
  29. ^ BBC – Afternoon Play – McLevy: Prince Of Darkness
  30. ^ BBC – Afternoon Play – McLevy: A Distant Death
  31. ^ BBC – Afternoon Play – The Apple Tree
  32. ^ BBC – Afternoon Play – The Other Simenon: In Case of Emergency
  33. ^ BBC – Afternoon Play – The Other Simenon: The Little Man from Archangel
  34. ^ BBC – Afternoon Play – The Other Simenon: The Cat
  35. ^ BBC – Afternoon Play – McLevy: The Blue Gown
  36. ^ BBC – Afternoon Play – McLevy: Flesh and Blood
  37. ^ BBC – Afternoon Play – McLevy: A Fine Deception
  38. ^ BBC – Afternoon Play – McLevy: The Last Illusion
  39. ^ BBC – 15 Minute Drama – The Harpole Report
  40. ^ BBC – Saturday Drama – The Haunted Hotel
  41. ^ BBC – Afternoon Drama – McLevy: A Dangerous Remedy
  42. ^ BBC – Afternoon Drama – McLevy: No Looking Back
  43. ^ BBC – Afternoon Drama – McLevy: A Pearl In The Oyster
  44. ^ BBC – Afternoon Drama – McLevy: The Cross-Roads
  45. ^ BBC – BBC Radio Scotland – The Strange Case of Dr Hyde
  46. ^ BBC – Afternoon Drama – The Sensitive: Queen of the Dead
  47. ^ BBC – Afternoon Drama – The Sensitive: Terma
  48. ^ BBC – Afternoon Drama – The Sensitive: Black Island
  49. ^ BBC – Classic Serial – Desolation Island
  50. ^ BBC – 15 Minute Drama – Gillespie and I
  51. ^ BBC – Saturday Play – Topaz
  52. ^ BBC – Saturday Play – Seance on a Wet Afternoon
  53. ^ BBC – Afternoon Drama – McLevy: A Different Path
  54. ^ BBC – Afternoon Drama – McLevy: The Cat's Claw
  55. ^ BBC – Afternoon Drama – McLevy: A Sore Convulsion
  56. ^ BBC – Afternoon Drama – McLevy: