Hamish Macbeth (1995–1997)
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Wee Jock's Lament 

Distraught over his dog's death, Hamish charges after the two men responsible. Sure that he means murder, the men of Lochdubh try to reach him first.

Director:

Nicholas Renton

Writers:

M.C. Beaton (characters), Daniel Boyle (as Daniel Boyle)
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Patricia Ross Patricia Ross ... Susan Graham / Rose Hart
Billy McColl Billy McColl ... Francie McGilp
Ken Hutchison ... Harry Dobbs
Robert Carlyle ... Hamish Macbeth
Ralph Riach Ralph Riach ... TV John McIver
Brian Pettifer ... Rory Campbell
Anne Lacey Anne Lacey ... Esme Murray
Jimmy Yuill ... Lachlan McCrae
Stuart Davids Stuart Davids ... Lachie McCrae Jr.
Rab Christie Rab Christie ... Jimmy Soutar
Greig Guthrie Greig Guthrie ... Wee Boy
Duncan Duff ... Doc Brown
Dolina MacLennan Dolina MacLennan ... Flora
Shirley Henderson ... Isobel Sutherland
Michael Marra Michael Marra ... Jackie Dallas
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Distraught over his dog's death, Hamish charges after the two men responsible. Sure that he means murder, the men of Lochdubh try to reach him first.

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Comedy | Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Release Date:

23 April 1995 (UK) See more »

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Disquieting
26 April 2018 | by GunnersMateSee all my reviews

Wee Jock's Lament is a disquieting and surprisingly ultimately lovely tale of ghostly specters, premonitions, grief, and companionship (the latter in multiple forms). The viewer experiences each element from different perspectives throughout the episode and our constable is again challenged in his motivations and methodologies. As the title suggests, Wee Jock and lamentations go hand in hand, but the episode is ultimately spooky, sweet, and satisfying.


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