Hand In Glove [Stephen Mulrine]

Stephen Mulrine's play set in Stirling in the 1920s, dramatised in three parts.

With Liam Brennan, Martin James, Jan Moffat, Eliza Langland, Meg Fraser, Paul Young, and Alyxis Daly.

Director Hamish Wilson.

Episodes

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0101A Good Shaking1996102119971117
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20200818 (BBC7)
Stephen Mulrine's play set in Stirling in the 1920s, dramatised in three parts.

With Liam Brennan, Martin James, Jan Moffat, Eliza Langland, Meg Fraser, Paul Young, and Alyxis Daly.

Director Hamish Wilson."

Dr Wallace is the town's chief pathologist.

He is called to examine the body of a three-month-old child, and his daughter - a medical student - becomes involved in the chain of events which follows."

Director Hamish Wilson.Dr Wallace is the town's chief pathologist.

Stephen Mulrine 's play set in Stirling in the 1920s, dramatised in three parts. 1: A Good Shaking. Dr Wallace is the town's chief pathologist. He is called to examine the body of a three-month-old child, and his daughter - a medical student - becomes involved in the chain of events which follows. with Jan Moffat , Meg Fraser , Grace Glover , Louise Beattie and Sybil Wintrope Director Hamish Wilson Repeat

The Chief Pathologist in the Scottish town of Stirling gets an urgent call out to the Dwyer family.

Dr Wallace must examine the body of their three-month-old child.

His daughter Barbara who is studying medicine also gets drawn into the investigation....

Set in 1920s Stirling, Stephen Mulrine's series about the town’s Chief Pathologist, Dr Wallace.

Wallace.... Martyn James
Barbara... Meg Fraser
DC Curran.... Liam Brennan
Mrs Dwyer... Alyxis Daly
Mr Dwyer... Owen Kavanagh
Mrs Wallace.... Jan Moffatt
Mrs Hamilton... Grace Glover
Dr Ibbotson... Louise Beattie
Crissie... Sybil Wintrope

Director: Hamish Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in October 1996.

A medical student is determined to find out more when a woman is accused of infanticide.

The casebook of Dr Wallace, Chief Pathologist in 1920s Stirling, stars Martyn James.

Dr Wallace must examine the body of their three-month-old child.

His daughter Barbara who is studying medicine also gets drawn into the investigation....

Set in 1920s Stirling, Stephen Mulrine's series about the town’s Chief Pathologist, Dr Wallace.

Wallace.... Martyn James
Barbara... Meg Fraser
DC Curran.... Liam Brennan
Mrs Dwyer... Alyxis Daly
Mr Dwyer... Owen Kavanagh
Mrs Wallace.... Jan Moffatt
Mrs Hamilton... Grace Glover
Dr Ibbotson... Louise Beattie
Crissie... Sybil Wintrope

Director: Hamish Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in October 1996.

1: A Good Shaking.

Stephen Mulrine 's new series is set in Stirling in the 1920s. When Dr Wallace, the town's chief pathologist, is called upon to examine the body of a three-month-old child, his daughter

Barbara is drawn into the chain of events that follows. with Meg Fraser , Grace Glover , Louise Beattie and Sybil Wintrope. Director Hamish Wilson

0102Fast And Loose1996102819971124
20200818 (BBC7)
20200819 (BBC7)
Two mysterious deaths, one in Glasgow and one in Stirling, occupy the Doctors Wallace.

To Wallace, sleeping pills seem simple, but Barbara's dry-cleaning fluid is less obvious.

Stephen Mulrine 's play set in Stirling in the 1920s, dramatised in three parts. 2: Fast and Loose

Two mysterious deaths, one in Glasgow and one in Stirling, occupy the Doctors Wallace. with Meg Fraser , Martyn James , Kern Falconer , Liam Brennan , Grace Glover , Billy Boyd ,

Louise Beattie , Maria Miller , Elaine Ellis and Barry Hunter. Director Hamish Wilson Repeat

Two mysterious deaths, one in Glasgow and one in Stirling, occupy pathologist Dr Wallace and his daughter Barbara.

To Wallace, sleeping pills seem a simple reason, but Barbara's theory on dry cleaning fluid is less obvious...

Set in 1920s Stirling, Stephen Mulrine's series about the town’s Chief Pathologist, Dr Wallace.

Wallace.... Martyn James
Barbara... Meg Fraser
Mrs Wallace... Jan Moffatt
Lady Archer... Eliza Langland
Kennedy...Kern Falconer
DC Curran... Liam Brennan
Mrs Hamilton... Grace Glover
Davidson....Billy Boyd
Dr Ibbotson... Louise Beattie
Celine....Maria Miller
Beth...Elaine Ellis
DC Norton... Barry Hunter

Director: Hamish Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in October 1996.

Mystery deaths in 1920s Glasgow and Stirling intrigue Dr Wallace and his daughter Barbara.

The casebook of Dr Wallace, Chief Pathologist in 1920s Stirling, stars Martyn James.

The Scottish pathologist Dr David Wallace and his daughter Barbara, a medical student, are intrigued by two suspicious deaths in Glasgow and Stirling. One is apparently due to an overdose, while the other might be connected with dry cleaning fluid. Drama by Stephen Mulrine set in the 1920s.

Mrs Wallace... Jan Moffatt
Lady Archer... Eliza Langland
Barbara... Meg Fraser
Wallace.... Martyn James
Kennedy...Kern Falconer
DC Curran... Liam Brennan
Mrs Hamilton... Grace Glover
Davidson....Billy Boyd
Dr Ibbotson... Louise Beattie
Celine....Maria Miller
Beth...Elaine Ellis
DC Norton... Barry Hunter

Directed by Hamish Wilson

Two mysterious deaths, one in Glasgow and one in Stirling, occupy pathologist Dr Wallace and his daughter Barbara.

To Wallace, sleeping pills seem a simple reason, but Barbara's theory on dry cleaning fluid is less obvious...

Set in 1920s Stirling, Stephen Mulrine's series about the town’s Chief Pathologist, Dr Wallace.

Wallace.... Martyn James
Barbara... Meg Fraser
Mrs Wallace... Jan Moffatt
Lady Archer... Eliza Langland
Kennedy...Kern Falconer
DC Curran... Liam Brennan
Mrs Hamilton... Grace Glover
Davidson....Billy Boyd
Dr Ibbotson... Louise Beattie
Celine....Maria Miller
Beth...Elaine Ellis
DC Norton... Barry Hunter

Director: Hamish Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in October 1996.

Stephen Mulrine 's series set in Stirling in the 1920s.

2: Fast and Loose. Two mysterious deaths, one in Glasgow and one in Stirling, occupy the Drs Wallace. with Liam Brennan. Grace Glover , Billy Boyd , Louise Beattie , Maria Miller , Elaine Ellis and Barry Hunter. Director Hamish Wilson

0103 LASTRights And Wrongs1996110419971201
20200819 (BBC7)
20200820 (BBC7)
A court case for malpractice finds Dr Wallace as a witness in court, while Barbara's experience in Glasgow's Royal Infirmary suggests that she is sometimes wrong to be right.

The conclusion of Stephen Mulrine 's play set in Stirling in the 1920s, dramatised in three parts.

A new series begins next Monday.

Rights and Wrongs. A malpractice suit finds Dr Wallace as a witness in court. with Meg Fraser , Jan Moffatt ,

Grace Glover , Andrew Conlan , Alec Heggie. Michael Perceval-Maxwell , Alex Harvey , Raymond Short , Bob Docherty and Louise Beattie Producer Hamish Wilson Repeat

DC Curran - Liam Brennan
Dr Wallace - Martyn James
Mrs Wallace - Jan Moffatt
Barbara - Meg Fraser
Mrs Hamilton - Grace Glover
Dr Ibbotson - Louise Beattie
Lorrimer - Paul Young
Sheriff - Andrew Conlan
Dr Randolph - Alec Heggie
Considine - Michael Perceval-Maxwell
McDaid - Alex Harvey
O'Donnell - Raymond Short
Martin - Bob Docherty

Written by Stephen Mulrine

A 1920s malpractice court case into the death of a child poses moral questions.

The casebook of Dr Wallace, Chief Pathologist in 1920s Stirling, stars Martyn James.

A court case for malpractice finds pathologist Dr Wallace as a witness in court.

Meanwhile his daughter Barbara's experience in the Glasgow Royal Infirmary suggest that she's sometimes wrong to be right.

Set in 1920s Stirling, Stephen Mulrine's series about the town’s Chief Pathologist, Dr Wallace.

Wallace.... Martyn James
Barbara.... Meg Fraser
Lorrimer.... Paul Young
Mrs Wallace.... Jan Moffatt
Mrs Hamilton.... Grace Glover
Sheriff.... Andrew Conlan
Dr Randolph.... Alec Heggie
Considine.... Michael Perceval Maxwell
McDaid.... Alex Harvey
O'Donnell... Raymond Short
Martin.... Bob Docherty
Dr Ibbotson.... Louise Beattie

Director: Hamish Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in October 1996.

Stephen Mulrine 's series set in Stirling in the 1920s.

3: Rights and Wrongs. Dr Wallace is a witness in a malpractice case. with Alex Harvey , Raymond Short , Bob Docherty and Louise Beattie. Director Hamish Wilson

0201Testing Times19971208DC Curran shows Dr Wallace his grim find from a flooded quarry. At Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Barbara finds that an old enemy has become a new friend. With Alec Heggie, Liam Brennan and Michael Perceval-Maxwell. Director Hamish Wilson.

Stephen Mulrine 's drama series continues with three new episodes. 1: Testing Times. DC Curran shows Dr Wallace his grim find from a flooded quarry, while at the Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Barbara finds that an old enemy has become a new friend. with Billy Boyd , Frank Gallagher , Meg Fraser , Jan Moffatt. Martyn James. Grace Glover , Fiona Danskin , Andrea McKenna and Peter Lincoln. Director Hamish Wilson

0202Win Some, Lose Some19971215A Lake District holiday beckons for Dr Wallace, but there is a tricky piece of evidence to be delivered at the end of it. For Barbara, the exams approach - as do an alleged case of poisoning, an interview in a trackside hut and an unexpected proposal. With Jan Moffatt and Martyn James. Director Hamish Wilson.

Stephen Mulrine 's drama series continues with three new episodes. 2: Win Some, Lose Some. A Lake

District holiday beckons for Dr Wallace, but there is a tricky piece of evidence to be delivered at the end of it. with Meg Fraser , Elizabeth Bechman-Murray. Michael Perceval-Maxwell. Finlay Welsh, Liam Brennan and Martin Docherty Director Hamish Wilson

0203 LASTNot Proven19971222An attempted suicide succeeds belatedly and sets a difficult puzzle for DC Curran and Dr Wallace. Barbara hears the results of her exams and finds herself having to make an unexpected career decision. With Michael Perceval-Maxwell, Billy Boyd and Meg Fraser. Director Hamish Wilson.

The last of three new episodes of Stephen Mulrine 's drama series. Not Proven. An attempted suicide succeeds belatedly and sets a difficult puzzle for DC Curran and Dr Wallace. with Meg Fraser , Frank Gallagher , Alec Heggie , Grace Glover , Liam Brennan , Martyn James. Jan Moffatt , Robin Thomson. Louise Beattie and Jane Hensey. Director Hamish Wilson