Condition Purple [P Division]

A four-part adaptation of Peter TURNBULL's novel about P Division in Glasgow.

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Chief Inspector Donoghue's men are on the case when the body of a prostitute is found in Blythswood Square - in the heart of Glasgow's prosperous business quarter.

Published in 1989, this is Peter Turnbull's sixth P Division novel about his Glaswegian cops.

Dramatised in four parts by Stephen Mulrine.

DC King …. John Buick
Diana …. Kay Gallie
DCI Donoghue …. Martin Cochrane
Dr Reynolds …. Gerard Slevin
Hazel …. Anne Marie Timoney
WPC Elka Willems …. Ann Louise Ross
Karen …. Gaylie Runciman
DS Ray Sussock …. Ralph Riach
Dino …. Alexander Morton

Produced at BBC Glasgow by Hamish Wilson.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in September 1993.

The cops are on the case when a prostitute's body is found in a prosperous part of Glasgow

Crime thrillers set in Glasgow, written by Peter Turnbull

Chief Inspector Donoghue's P-Division investigates the body of a prostitute found in a prosperous business area of Glasgow. Episode 1 of 4.

Recorded on 1990-07-09.

Peter Turnbull's cops are on the case when a prostitute's body is found in a prosperous part of Glasgow. Stars Martin Cochrane.

BBC Programme Number: 90DA6907

Producer: WILSON, H

Next in series: 13 September 1990

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A four-part adaptation of Peter TURNBULL's novel about P Division in Glasgow. Part 1: Chief Inspector Donoghue's men investigate the discovery of the body of a prostitute.

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

crime drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

06 Sep 1990 23:00-23:30 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Alexander Morton (Actor)

Ralph Riach (Actor)

Martin Cochrane (Actor)

John Buick (Actor)

Ann Ross (Actor)

Gerard Slevin (Actor)

Anne Timoney (Actor)

Kay Gallie (Actor)

Gaylie Runciman (Actor)

Stephen Mulrine (adap)

Peter Turnbull (Author)

Hamish Wilson (Producer)

Chief Inspector Donoghue's men are on the case when the body of a prostitute is found in Blythswood Square, in the heart of Glasgow's prosperous business quarter.

CAST:

Recorded in a BBC studio and on location in Glasgow.

Dramatised by Stephen Mulrine.

Producer: Hamish Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1993.

Glasgow's finest investigate the brutal knifing of a young prostitute.

Stars John Buick as DC King, Kay Gallie as Diana, Martin Cochrane as DCI Donoghue, Gerard Slevin as Dr Reynolds, Anne Marie Timoney as Hazel and Ann Louise Ross as WPC Elka Willems.

Crime thrillers set in Glasgow, written by Peter Turnbull

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Chief Inspector Donoghue's P-Division investigates the body of a prostitute found in a prosperous business area of Glasgow. Episode 1 of 4.

The cops from 'P-Division' grapple with some strange clues, in the case of the murdered prostitute. Episode 2 of 4.

The post-mortem shows that Stephanie Craigellachie had an I belong to Dino tattoo.

Who was Dino and what did he have to do with her death?

Recorded on 1990-07-13.

Chief Inspector Donoghue's cops grapple with some mysterious clues over a murdered prostitute in Glasgow. Stars Martin Cochrane.

BBC Programme Number: 90DA6908

Producer: WILSON, H

Next in series: 20 September 1990

Previous in series: 06 September 1990

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Part 2: The post-mortem shows that Stephanie Craigellachie had an I belong to Dino tattoo. Who was Dino and what did he have to do with her death?

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crime drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

13 Sep 1990 23:00-23:30 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Alexander Morton (Actor)

Ralph Riach (Actor)

Robert Trotter (Actor)

Frank Gallagher (Actor)

John Buick (Actor)

Martin Cochrane (Actor)

Ann Ross (Actor)

Alex Mcavoy (Actor)

Kay Gallie (Actor)

Gaylie Runciman (Actor)

Stephen Mulrine (adap)

Peter Turnbull (Author)

Hamish Wilson (Producer)

Inspector Donoghue's cops grapple with some mysterious clues over a murdered prostitute.

The police post-mortem has shown that prostitute, Stephanie Craigellachie had an 'I belong to Dino' tattoo. But who is Dino and what did he have to do with her murder?

Stars Martin Cochrane as DCI Donoghue, Ralph Riach as DS Ray Sussock, Gaylie Runciman as Karen, John Buick as DC King, Frank Gallagher as DC Montgomery and Alex McAvoy as Tuesday Noon.

Published in 1989, this is Peter Turnbull's sixth P Division novel about his Glaswegian cops.

Dramatised by Stephen Mulrine.

Producer: Hamish Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1993.

CAST:

DCI Donoghue …. Martin Cochrane
DS Ray Sussock …. Ralph Riach
Karen …. Gaylie Runciman
DC King …. John Buick
DC Montgomery …. Frank Gallagher
Tuesday Noon …. Alex McAvoy
Mr Keyes …. Robert Trotter
Mrs Olive Keyes …. Kay Gallie
WPC Elka Willems …. Ann Louise Ross
Dino …. Alexander Morton

Published in 1989, this is Peter Turnbull's sixth P Division novel about his Glaswegian cops.

Dramatised by Stephen Mulrine.

Producer: Hamish Wilson

Glasgow's finest investigate the brutal knifing of a young prostitute.

Peter Turnbull's story about his Glaswegian cops dramatised by Stephen Mulrine.

Produced at BBC Glasgow by Hamish Wilson.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in September 1993.

Crime thrillers set in Glasgow, written by Peter Turnbull

Crime thrillers set in Glasgow, written by Peter Turnbull

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While Dino remains as elusive as ever, the team continue their search for fresh evidence in the hunt for the killer of prostitute, Stephanie Craigellachie.

Peter Turnbull's dramatic story about his Glaswegian cops.

DCI Donoghue …. Martin Cochrane
DS Ray Sussock …. Ralph Riach
DC King …. John Buick
DC Montgomery …. Frank Gallagher
Collette …. Louise Beattie
WPC Elka Willems …. Ann Louise Ross
First Woman …. Wilma Duncan
Second Woman …. Mamie Stirling
Dino …. Alexander Morton

Dramatised by Stephen Mulrine..

Produced at BBC Glasgow by Hamish Wilson.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in September 1993.

As the Glasgow cops search for the killer, detective King tours the city's tattooists.

Crime thrillers set in Glasgow, written by Peter Turnbull

As the Glasgow cops search for the killer, detective constable King tours the city's tattooists. Stars Martin Cochrane.

While Dino remains as elusive as ever, the team continue their search for fresh evidence.

Recorded on 1990-07-17.

The team continue their search for fresh evidence, while DC King takes a tour round the city's tattooists.

BBC Programme Number: 90DA6909

Producer: WILSON, H

Next in series: 27 September 1990

Previous in series: 13 September 1990

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Part 3: While Dino remains as elusive as ever, the team continue their search for fresh evidence.

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

crime drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

20 Sep 1990 23:00-23:45 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Alexander Morton (Actor)

Louise Beattie (Actor)

Ralph Riach (Actor)

Frank Gallagher (Actor)

John Buick (Actor)

Martin Cochrane (Actor)

Ann Ross (Actor)

Wilma Duncan (Actor)

Mamie Stirling (Actor)

Stephen Mulrine (adap)

Peter Turnbull (Author)

Hamish Wilson (Producer)

Stars Martin Cochrane as DCI Donoghue, Ralph Riach as DS Ray Sussock, John Buick as DC King, Frank Gallagher as DC Montgomery and Louise Beattie as Collette.

Published in 1989, this is Peter Turnbull's sixth P Division novel about his Glaswegian cops.

Producer: Hamish Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1993.

CAST:

Published in 1989, this is Peter Turnbull's sixth P Division novel about his Glaswegian cops.

Dramatised by Stephen Mulrine.

Producer: Hamish Wilson

Glasgow's finest investigate the brutal knifing of a young prostitute.

The team continue their search for fresh evidence, while DC King takes a tour round the city's tattooists. Episode 3 of 4.

The cops from 'P-Division' grapple with some strange clues, in the case of the murdered prostitute. Episode 2 of 4.

Crime thrillers set in Glasgow, written by Peter Turnbull

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As the search for Dino and Jimmy 'The Rodent' Purdue continues, Donoghue receives a report of another murder. 'P Division' closes in.

Concluding Peter Turnbull's dramatic story about his Glaswegian cops.

DCI Donoghue …. Martin Cochrane
DS Ray Sussock …. Ralph Riach
Karen …. Gaylie Runciman
DC King …. John Buick
DC Montgomery …. Frank Gallagher
Tuesday Noon …. Alex McAvoy
Mr Keyes …. Robert Trotter
Mrs Olive Keyes …. Kay Gallie
WPC Elka Willems …. Ann Louise Ross
Dino …. Alexander Morton

Dramatised by Stephen Mulrine.

Produced at BBC Glasgow by Hamish Wilson.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in September 1993.

Just as progress is made in one investigation, Donoghue hears of another brutal murder.

Crime thrillers set in Glasgow, written by Peter Turnbull

Crime thrillers set in Glasgow, written by Peter Turnbull

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Just as some progress is made in one investigation, Chief Inspector Donoghue receives a report of another brutal murder on his patch. Stars Martin Cochrane.

Recorded on 1990-07-20.

Just as some progress is made in the investigation, Chief Inspector Donoghue receives a report of another murder on his patch.

BBC Programme Number: 90DA6910

Producer: WILSON, H

Previous in series: 20 September 1990

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Description

Part 4: Just as it appears that progress has been made in the investigation, Donoghue recieves report of another murder. P Division closes in - Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

crime drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

27 Sep 1990 23:00-23:30 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Alexander Morton (Actor)

Tom Smith (Actor)

Stuart Mcquarrie (Actor)

Daniela Nardini (Actor)

Ralph Riach (Actor)

Frank Gallagher (Actor)

John Buick (Actor)

Martin Cochrane (Actor)

Ann Ross (Actor)

Gerard Slevin (Actor)

Alex Mcavoy (Actor)

Martin Mccardie (Actor)

John Yule (Actor)

Stephen Mulrine (adap)

Peter Turnbull (Author)

Hamish Wilson (Producer)

Just as progress is made in one investigation, Donoghue hears of another brutal murder.

As the search for Dino and Jimmy 'The Rodent' Purdue continues, Donoghue receives a report of another murder. 'P Division' closes in...

Stars Ralph Riach as DS Ray Sussock, Martin McCardie as PC Hamilton, Gerard Slevin as Reynolds, Martin Cochrane as DCI Donoghue, Gaylie Runciman as Karen, John Buick as DC King, Frank Gallagher as DC Montgomery and Alex McAvoy as Tuesday Noon.

Published in 1989, this is Peter Turnbull's sixth P Division novel about his Glaswegian cops.

Recorded in a BBC studio and on location in Glasgow.

Dramatised by Stephen Mulrine.

Producer: Hamish Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1993.

CAST:

DCI Donoghue …. Martin Cochrane
DS Ray Sussock …. Ralph Riach
Karen …. Gaylie Runciman
DC King …. John Buick
DC Montgomery …. Frank Gallagher
Tuesday Noon …. Alex McAvoy
Mr Keyes …. Robert Trotter
Mrs Olive Keyes …. Kay Gallie
WPC Elka Willems …. Ann Louise Ross
Dino …. Alexander Morton

Published in 1989, this is Peter Turnbull's sixth P Division novel about his Glaswegian cops.
Recorded in a BBC studio and on location in Glasgow.

Dramatised by Stephen Mulrine.

Producer: Hamish Wilson

Glasgow's finest investigate the brutal knifing of a young prostitute.

The team continue their search for fresh evidence, while DC King takes a tour round the city's tattooists. Episode 3 of 4.

Just as some progress is made in the investigation, Chief Inspector Donoghue receives a report of another murder on his patch. Episode 4 of 4.

Just as some progress is made in one investigation, Chief Inspector Donoghue receives a report of another brutal murder on his patch. Stars Martin Cochrane.