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Sutherland's Law

Sutherland's Law logoA Procurator Fiscal is a bit like an American District Attorney. In Scottish law the police don't prosecute. They take their evidence to the Fiscal who investigates it, then decides whether to lay the case before the Sheriff. He also holds Fatal Accident Enquiries, the equivalent of the Coroners Court in England. In this series Iain Cuthbertson stars as John Sutherland, Procurator Fiscal for the imaginary town of Glendoran and its surrounding countryside. Exterior scenes were shot in Oban, Argyll.

Sweet Sixteen

Sweet Sixteen logoWelcome to the Sweet Sixteen guide at TV Tome. This was a BBC series starring Penelope Keith and Christopher Villiers. It followed the the boss of a building company, Helen Walker (Keith) who was in love with and pregnant by her Architect (Villiers) who happened to be sixteen years her junior.

Sykes

Sykes logoUnmarried twins Eric and Hattie Sykes live at an end of terrace house, number 28, Sebastopol Terrace, East Acton. Eric is childish and accident-prone while Hattie is patient. Their neighbour is the snobbish unmarried Charles Brown, and Corky Turnbull is the local policeman.

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Tabloid Tales

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Talking Heads

Talking Heads logoA series of dramatic monologues written for BBC television by the acclaimed British playwright Alan Bennett.

Target

Target logoTarget was an action-packed police drama series based on the operations of the 13th Regional Crime Squad. The squad deals with large scale crimes ranging from drugs and murder to immigrant smuggling. It is led by Detective Superintendent Hackett, its tough and ruthless chief of operations.

Telford's Change

Telford's Change logoTelford had worked for many years in a bank, and had progressed to a senior role which involved him travelling overseas. He decided that he wanted a change, so he applied for the job of manager in a small provincial branch in Dover.

Terry Wogan's Ireland

Terry Wogan's Ireland logoAfter 40 years, Sir Terry Wogan returns to Ireland, stepping back into his past to explore how the country helped shape him, and looking at what it means to be Irish in the 21st century.
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