Notable Scottish Trials

Episodes

TitleComments
Genome: [r4 Bd=19690717]

Reconstruction of outstanding criminal cases where the jury's verdict does not eliminate ' reasonable doubt '

The Case of Madeleine Smith

Narrator, TOM FLEMING with Marjorie Dalziel

Ian Halliburton , lain

McDiarmid Aileen Salmon , Jean Taylor Smith and John Young

Script by J. S. CAMPBELL

Produced by ARCHIE P. LEE

Genome: [r4 Bd=19690717]

Narrator: Madeleine Smith

Narrator: Tom Fleming

Unknown: Marjorie Dalziel

Unknown: Ian Halliburton

Unknown: McDiarmid Aileen Salmon

Unknown: Jean Taylor Smith

Script By: J. S. Campbell

Produced By: Archie P. Lee

Dean of the Faculty: Duncan McIntyre

Lord Advocate: Henry Donald

Lord Justice Clerk: Paul KermacK

Madeleine Smith: Joan Fitzpatrick

Emile l'Angelier: Paul Young

Genome: [r4 Bd=19691023]

The Ardlamont Affair

In 1893 A. J. Monson , the tenant of Ardlamont House in Argyll, was indicted for the murder there of his ward, Cecil Hambrough. His trial was another example of the element of 'reasonable doubt' perplexing a jury. with CHARLES BAPTISTE , VICTOR CARIN JAMESON CLARK , CALLUM MILL

DOUGLAS MURCHIE , RODDY MCMILLAN JOHN SHEDDEN , GERARD SLEVIN and TOM SMITH

Narrator TOM FLEMING

Script by j. s. CAMPBELL

Produced by ARCHIE p. LEE

Genome: [r4 Bd=19691023]

Unknown: J. Monson

Unknown: Cecil Hambrough.

Unknown: Charles Baptiste

Unknown: Victor Carin

Unknown: Jameson Clark

Unknown: Callum Mill

Unknown: Douglas Murchie

Unknown: Roddy McMillan

Unknown: John Shedden

Unknown: Gerard Slevin

Narrator: Tom Smith

Narrator: Tom Fleming

Script By: J. S. Campbell

Produced By: Archie P. Lee

A J Monson: Jan Dewar

Solicitor General: Moultrie R. Kelsall

Comrie Thomson, QC: Bryden Murdoch

Lord Kingsburgh: Norman Fenwick