Robert Louis Stevenson - Kidnapped

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012016112020161126 (R4)

David Tennant introduces Stevenson's gripping adventure story, dramatised by Chris Dolan.

1 / 2. David Tennant introduces RLS's gripping adventure story, dramatised by Chris Dolan.

In 1751 - in the aftermath of the Jacobite rebellions - young David Balfour, a staunch supporter of George II,

is newly orphaned and goes in search of his father's family near Edinburgh. When he is press-ganged on board

a ship bound for the slave plantations of America, he forges an unlikely alliance with the charismatic Highlander, Alan Breck.

Other parts played by the cast.

Producer/Director Bruce Young

BBC Scotland.

David Tennant introduces Stevenson's gripping adventure story, dramatised by Chris Dolan.

1 / 2. David Tennant introduces RLS's gripping adventure story, dramatised by Chris Dolan.

In 1751 - in the aftermath of the Jacobite rebellions - young David Balfour, a staunch supporter of George II,

is newly orphaned and goes in search of his father's family near Edinburgh. When he is press-ganged on board

a ship bound for the slave plantations of America, he forges an unlikely alliance with the charismatic Highlander, Alan Breck.

Other parts played by the cast.

Producer/Director Bruce Young

BBC Scotland.

022016112720161203 (R4)

Stevenson's gripping adventure story, dramatised by Chris Dolan.

2 / 2. Stevenson's gripping adventure story, dramatised by Chris Dolan.

After the murder of the Red Fox, Alan and David are pursued through the

Highlands by a troop of English soldiers. Hunted almost to the point of exhaustion

the pair decide to head south to confront Alan's treacherous uncle, Ebenezer.

Other parts played by the cast.

Producer/Director Bruce Young

BBC Scotland.

Stevenson's gripping adventure story, dramatised by Chris Dolan.

2 / 2. Stevenson's gripping adventure story, dramatised by Chris Dolan.

After the murder of the Red Fox, Alan and David are pursued through the

Highlands by a troop of English soldiers. Hunted almost to the point of exhaustion

the pair decide to head south to confront Alan's treacherous uncle, Ebenezer.

Other parts played by the cast.

Producer/Director Bruce Young

BBC Scotland.