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Summary

Brian Cox stars as McLevy with Siobhán Redmond as Jean Brash and Michael Perceval-Maxwell as Mulholland in these BBC Radio 4 full-cast dramatisations.

Inspired by the real-life memoirs of a Victorian Inspector in Scotland, James McLevy prowls the dark streets of 1860s Edinburgh bringing criminals to justice, with the assistance of Constable Mulholland.

In Series 6, the episodes are: A Bolt from the Blue, End of the Line, Jack O’ Diamonds and Queen of Spades. Directed by Patrick Rayner.

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What a great series.

Great story and great acting. Brian Cox is the only one to play the lead in this continuing series. I am waiting for the next in the series number 8 to be released.

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Delighted to Find These at Last.

What did you like most about McLevy: Complete Series 6?

The writing and cast combine to create a wonderful atmosphere in these stories. I first caught them on Radio 4Extra and am absolutely hooked on them.

What about Brian Cox’s performance did you like?

Brian Cox brings McLevy to life with all his complexities and shades. It's a great performance - as is Siobhan Redmond's. They play off one another so cleverly - humour one moment and a sense of danger the next.

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Well worth buying. I can listen to these stories again and again. Very high quality radio drama.