Hamish Macbeth (1995–1997)
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A Bit of an Epic 

A famous guide leads a company retreat up the steep Scottish hillsides, and Hamish comes along, suspecting trouble. Alex returns to Lochdubh but finds tragedy may have ended her chances with Hamish.

Director:

Sid Roberson

Writers:

M.C. Beaton (characters), Julian Spilsbury
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
James Faulkner ... Colonel Don Maxwell
Robert Carlyle ... Hamish Macbeth
Ralph Riach ... TV John McIver
Stuart McGugan ... Barney Meldon
Iain Lauchlan Iain Lauchlan ... Jimmy McCormack
Jake D'Arcy Jake D'Arcy ... Scott
Robert Willox Robert Willox ... Walker
Shirley Henderson ... Isobel Sutherland
Brian Pettifer ... Rory Campbell
Philip McGough Philip McGough ... George Standish
Susannah Hitching Susannah Hitching ... Jenny Carpenter
John Warnaby John Warnaby ... Mike Beardsall
Leda Hodgeson Leda Hodgeson ... Helen Wadlow (as Leda Hodgson)
Graeme Alexander Young Graeme Alexander Young ... Mark Glasson
Jon Croft Jon Croft ... Malkie Clunie
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A famous guide leads a company retreat up the steep Scottish hillsides, and Hamish comes along, suspecting trouble. Alex returns to Lochdubh but finds tragedy may have ended her chances with Hamish.

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Comedy | Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Awkward
26 April 2018 | by GunnersMateSee all my reviews

"Up there is where you find out what people are really made of." This quote is a selling point for a group of team builders (and a promise of things to come) to take a mountain trek with Isobel reporting and Hamish keeping an eye on things. The episode is oddly loud, uncomfortable, and downright awkward throughout. Relationships on and off the mountain take dramatic turns and frankly the ride was not worth the season-ending destination. The viewer is left feeling manipulated and unsatisfied, which is, to say the least, not a welcomed combination.


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30 April 1995 (UK) See more »

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