The Loch (2017)
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Whist detective sergeant Annie Redford and husband Alan are at a curling match, their daughter Evie and her friends, Jonjo and Kieran, create a hoax construction of the Loch Ness monster to... See full summary »

Director:

Brian Kelly

Writer:

Stephen Brady
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jim McMeekin Jim McMeekin ... Michael Yuill
Laura Fraser ... Annie Redford
Simone Lahbib ... Mhari Toner
Gray O'Brien ... Alan Redford
William Ash ... Leighton Thomas
Shona McHugh ... Evie Redford
Jack Bannon ... Kieran Whitehead
Keiran Gallacher Keiran Gallacher ... Jonjo Patterson
Jordan McCurrach ... Niall Swift
Shereen Martin ... Kirsty Petrie
Alastair Mackenzie ... Craig Petrie
John Heffernan ... Dr. Simon Marr
Cherry Campbell Cherry Campbell ... Isla Marr
Euan Stamper Euan Stamper ... Crawford Baxter
Conor McCarry Conor McCarry ... Dessie Toner
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Storyline

Whist detective sergeant Annie Redford and husband Alan are at a curling match, their daughter Evie and her friends, Jonjo and Kieran, create a hoax construction of the Loch Ness monster to boost Alan's business taking tourists round the Loch. Annie is called in to investigate, but finds herself on her first murder case after college lecturer Craig Petrie finds the corpse of gay piano teacher Niall Swift. The victim's brain has been removed. To the annoyance of Annie's superior Frank Smillie, DCI Lauren Quigley is brought from Glasgow, along with forensic psychologist Blake Albrighton. When a human heart is found in Evie's fake monster, which the youngsters deny all knowledge of seeing, Blake believes a serial killer is at work. However Annie is compromised by Evie's actions and taken off the case. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Official Sites:

ITV Hub [United Kingdom]

Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

19 June 2017 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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The comment, 'Law degrees don't come free with "The Bunty"', is a reference to the British weekly comic of the same name. Published from 1958 to 2001, it was aimed at girls under 14 years old. See more »

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