Two Way Cut [P Division]

Episodes

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011993061020210216 (BBC7)
20210217 (BBC7)
Discovering a corpse early one morning on Glasgow's Maryhill Road is not out of the ordinary - but one that PC Hamilton finds very different.

Stars Martin McCardie as PC Phil Hamilton, Jake D'Arcy as DS Sussock, Crawford Logan as DI Donoghue, Edith Ruddick as Mrs MacIntyre and Joyce Falconer as Mrs Douglas,

Published in 1988, this is Peter Turnbull's fifth 'P' Division novel about his Glaswegian cops.

Dramatised by Stephen Mulrine.
Producer: Hamish Wilson
First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1993.

The Glaswegian cops are on the case when a corpse is discovered on Maryhill Road.

Crime thrillers set in Glasgow, written by Peter Turnbull

021993061720210217 (BBC7)
20210218 (BBC7)
A headless body without a speck of blood on it has Glasgow's 'P' Division cops puzzled. Just who was the strange hunched figure that PC Hamilton saw running along by the canal...?

Stars Alec Monteath as DCI Finnlater, Crawford Logan as DI Donoghue, Andrew Conlan as DC Tony Abernethy and Robert Carlyle as DC King.

Published in 1988, this is Peter Turnbull's fifth P Division novel about his Glaswegian police force.

Dramatised by Stephen Mulrine.
Producer: Hamish Wilson
First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1993.

A headless body puzzles the Glaswegian cops - there's not a speck of blood on it.

Crime thrillers set in Glasgow, written by Peter Turnbull

031993062420210218 (BBC7)
20210219 (BBC7)
Samuel Lurinaky was a law abiding accountant and deeply in love with a lady from the Orient. So why was he murdered and what does the owner of the Zambesi nightclub have to do with it?

Stars Eliza Langland as WPC Elka Willems, Jake D'Arcy as DS Ray Sussock, Frank Gallagher as DC Malcolm Montgomery, Paul Morrow as PC Wanless, Sedhar Chozam as Chi Chiu Lorinksi and Crawford Logan as DI Donoghue.

Published in 1988, this is Peter Turnbull's fifth P Division novel about his Glaswegian cops.

Dramatised by Stephen Mulrine.
Producer: Hamish Wilson
First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1993.

Police probe an accountant's killing in Glasgow. Why was Samuel Lurinsky decapitated?

Crime thrillers set in Glasgow, written by Peter Turnbull

041993070120210219 (BBC7)
20210220 (BBC7)
Donoghue has enough evidence to arrest Stein - but where is he? Louise wants to make a statement about the murder and Elka Willems is going to tell Mrs Salisbury about her daughter's illness.

Stars Frank Gallagher as DC Malcolm Montgomery, Robert Carlyle as DC King, Eliza Langland as WPC Elka Willems, Ginni Barlow as Mrs Sailisbury, Mary Ann Reid as Mrs Steen, Jake D'Arcy as DS Ray Sussock and Crawford Logan as DI Donoghue.

Published in 1988, this is Peter Turnbull's fifth P Division novel about his Glaswegian cops.

Dramatised by Stephen Mulrine.
Producer: Hamish Wilson
First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1993.

Glaswegian detective Donoghue closes in on Lurinsky's killer, but where is he?

Crime thrillers set in Glasgow, written by Peter Turnbull