Hamish Macbeth (1995–1997)
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Destiny: Part 1 

TV John's brother Kenneth breaks out of jail and returns to Lochdubh in search of the Stone of Destiny. Hamish learns a great secret that he must protect.

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Sean Scanlan ... Kenneth McIver
Richard Marsella ... The Commandante
Kenny Ireland ... Torquil McFarquar
... Ava Grimm
... Hector Campbell / Rory Campbell
David Ashton ... Fergusson Maclean / Maj. Roddy Maclean
Billy Riddoch ... Angus McCrae / Lachlan McCrae
Ralph Riach ... Euan McIver / TV John McIver
... Hamish Macbeth
Stuart Davids ... Lachie McCrae Jnr
Stephen Henderson ... Frankie Brice
Anne Lacey ... Esme Murray
... Doc Brown
... Barney Meldon
Barbara Rafferty ... Agnes Meldon
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TV John's brother Kenneth breaks out of jail and returns to Lochdubh in search of the Stone of Destiny. Hamish learns a great secret that he must protect.

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27 April 1997 (UK)  »

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Penultimate Episode
3 May 2018 | by See all my reviews

The penultimate episode of Hamish Macbeth begins (and centers on) the search for the Stone of Destiny. An odd Indiana Jones-ish start (even for this series) as there is FAR too much emphasis on backstory and the current tale of a full roster of new characters. Add to that an impossible-to-swallow hypnotist element and it takes buckets of patience to see this curious tale through to the villagers of Lochdubh and our intrepid Constable. Some lovely personal interactions amongst our better known characters save Destiny: Part 1 from complete dregs, but it's a rough ride to get there. This is a part-one-of-two episode, so perhaps Destiny: Part 2 will pick up with the best bits and see them through to satisfaction. time will tell.


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