The lives of people living in Glasgow, Scotland.
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Scott Vickers Scott Vickers ...  DC Will Cooper 302 episodes, 2006-2018
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21 May 2014 | by tigerbright-2See all my reviews

Like all soaps, you can love them or hate them, but River City has become I believe the most diverse soap on the box. From gangland activity to marriage issues, gay relationships to local community and of course the local boozer. Not only a home grown soap based around Glasgow, but one which takes you into the lives of every character, be it the local hairdresser Robbie, or gangster Lennie Murdoch, who can be ruthless, but also has a compassionate side when it comes to looking after his own. This is an hour out of reality once a week and if born/living or just love Scotland, then this soap's for you. BUT for all those who condemn it for whatever their reasons...hey turn the channel on your TV. and watch some American rubbish instead..


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