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McLevy The Collected Editions: Series 3 & 4 Radio/TV Program

McLevy The Collected Editions: Series 3 & 4: Nine episodes of the BBC Radio 4 series

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Brian Cox stars as the Victorian detective in a further nine episodes of the BBC Radio 4 series.

Inspired by the real-life memoirs of one of Scotland's first policemen, James McLevy prowls the dark streets of 1860s Edinburgh bringing criminals to justice, with the assistance of Constable Mulholland.

'Behind the Curtain': A theatrical landlady receives a chilling death threat.
'A Voice from the Grave': Summertime, and the heat is on as McLevy tracks a brutal killer.
'The Dark Shadow': A jewel theft brings an infamous criminal within McLevy's grasp.
'Servant of the Crown': The detective joins Her Majesty's protection squad to hunt an assassin.
'A Piece of Cake': A top chef is the toast of the city - but burglary and murder are on the menu.
'The Sea Change': There's something fishy about the Fair's star attraction, the lovely Little Mermaid.
'Sins of the Fathers': A runaway bridegroom and a blackmailer spell double trouble for McLevy.
'The Devil's Disguise': The devil comes a-calling for the detective on Halloween.
'Christmas Special': McLevy stalks a supernatural thief who is haunting the streets of Edinburgh.

Written by David Ashton, these atmospheric radio dramas costar Siobhán Redmond as Jean Brash and Michael Perceval-Maxwell as Constable Mulholland.

©2015 BBC Worldwide Ltd (P)2015 BBC Worldwide Ltd

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    Highlight 05/12/2016 Member Since 2016

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    "Another Mclevy Great"

    Own the full series of 6 & all are a pleasure to listen to over & over & definitely worth the credit.

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    J Peterborough, United Kingdom 19/06/2016
    J Peterborough, United Kingdom 19/06/2016 Member Since 2012

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    "love this series"

    brilliant as usual, beautifully performed by all parties only quibble it should be father Christmas

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    Christine 11/04/2016
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    "A crime series that stands out"

    It's the characterisations that make this series better than the average crime drama. The three main characters are written and played with real skill - plus McLevy and Mulholland are at times so very funny with their banter and bickering.

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    "Loved it!!"

    I really enjoyed the Scottish TONGUE gymnastics!! But I he real glue for me is the "coffee talk" between the Inspector and Jean.

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    "Once you get into the world, it's hard to get out"

    As I said before, if one wish to compared Mclevy with Holmes, one will be disappointed.

    The story has a different directions than Holmes. It provides more details in Victorian era's Edinburgh. It also has some humor. I couldn't stop laughing in the Christmas section of this drama. Mclevy is still Mclevy but slight soften a bit.

    Well done BBC. I tip my hat to you! Bravo!

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