Dan Mcduff - Is On The Case

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01What's Cooking?2012120720121208

Dan McDuff finds out what links a chef, some vegetables, a jet ski and Feargal Sharkey.

Police Profiler Dan McDuff and his partner Leah McNay investigate the mysterious murder of a celebrity chef.

McDuff has a meticulously thorough approach to stepping inside the criminal mind, but it's an eccentric one. Whenever there's overwhelming evidence pointing in one direction, McDuff is sure to head off in completely the opposite one as he focuses his attention on one irrelevant detail after another.

Never keen to follow the obvious path, McDuff's vivid imagination leads him into unusual areas where his suggestible partner McNay is only too happy to follow. Add to that O'Shaughnessy, surely the grumpiest forensics man in history and a boss who will stop at nothing to do as little as possible and you have a team capable of not solving any case that comes their way.

In What's Cooking, it seems the killer may have a penchant for playing Scalextric and also be involved in criminal dealings in root vegetables, whilst the victim was fond of deep sea diving and had a penchant for Early Grey tea with milk. Forensics man Seamus O'Shaughnessy discovers that the victim's last meal was a car number plate while Detective Superintendent Wright is more interested in finding a former etch-a-sketcher. Meanwhile McDuff and McNay take a trip on a jet ski as the net closes in.

Dan McDuff David Kay

Leah McNay Victoria Balnaves

Seamus O'Shaughnessy Michael Redmond

D.S. Wright Moray Hunter

Dan McDuff is written by David Kay, produced by Mary Bell and Moray Hunter and directed by Marilyn Imrie. It is a North Inch Production for BBC Radio Scotland.

01What's Cooking?2012120720121208

Dan McDuff finds out what links a chef, some vegetables, a jet ski and Feargal Sharkey.

Police Profiler Dan McDuff and his partner Leah McNay investigate the mysterious murder of a celebrity chef.

McDuff has a meticulously thorough approach to stepping inside the criminal mind, but it's an eccentric one. Whenever there's overwhelming evidence pointing in one direction, McDuff is sure to head off in completely the opposite one as he focuses his attention on one irrelevant detail after another.

Never keen to follow the obvious path, McDuff's vivid imagination leads him into unusual areas where his suggestible partner McNay is only too happy to follow. Add to that O'Shaughnessy, surely the grumpiest forensics man in history and a boss who will stop at nothing to do as little as possible and you have a team capable of not solving any case that comes their way.

In What's Cooking, it seems the killer may have a penchant for playing Scalextric and also be involved in criminal dealings in root vegetables, whilst the victim was fond of deep sea diving and had a penchant for Early Grey tea with milk. Forensics man Seamus O'Shaughnessy discovers that the victim's last meal was a car number plate while Detective Superintendent Wright is more interested in finding a former etch-a-sketcher. Meanwhile McDuff and McNay take a trip on a jet ski as the net closes in.

Dan McDuff David Kay

Leah McNay Victoria Balnaves

Seamus O'Shaughnessy Michael Redmond

D.S. Wright Moray Hunter

Dan McDuff is written by David Kay, produced by Mary Bell and Moray Hunter and directed by Marilyn Imrie. It is a North Inch Production for BBC Radio Scotland.

02Vroom Vroom2012121420121215

An investigation leads McDuff on a microlight trip to track down a country singer.

Police Profiler Dan McDuff and his partner Leah McNay investigate the mysterious murder of the owner of a car dealership.

McDuff has a meticulously thorough approach to stepping inside the criminal mind, but it's an eccentric one. Whenever there's overwhelming evidence pointing in one direction, McDuff is sure to head off in completely the opposite one as he focuses his attention on one irrelevant detail after another.

Never keen to follow the obvious path, McDuff's vivid imagination leads him into unusual areas where his suggestible partner McNay is only too happy to follow. Add to that O'Shaughnessy, surely the grumpiest forensics man in history and a boss who will stop at nothing to do as little as possible and you have a team capable of not solving any case that comes their way.

In Vroom Vroom, it seems the killer may have had a penchant for sports cars and Stephen Hawking's view of the universe and enjoys playing subbuteo. Forensics man O'Shaughnessy discovers that the victim has a large collection of spanners and a terrible haircut, while D.S. Wright is more interested in finding a jilted motor mechanic with a grudge against caliper braking systems. Meanwhile McDuff and McNay take a trip to a music festival in a microlight aircraft as the net closes in.

Dan McDuff David Kay

Leah McNay Victoria Balnaves

Seamus O'Shaughnessy Michael Redmond

D.S. Wright Moray Hunter

Dan McDuff is written by David Kay, produced by Mary Bell and Moray Hunter and directed by Marilyn Imrie. It is a North Inch Production for BBC Radio Scotland.

02Vroom Vroom2012121420121215

An investigation leads McDuff on a microlight trip to track down a country singer.

Police Profiler Dan McDuff and his partner Leah McNay investigate the mysterious murder of the owner of a car dealership.

McDuff has a meticulously thorough approach to stepping inside the criminal mind, but it's an eccentric one. Whenever there's overwhelming evidence pointing in one direction, McDuff is sure to head off in completely the opposite one as he focuses his attention on one irrelevant detail after another.

Never keen to follow the obvious path, McDuff's vivid imagination leads him into unusual areas where his suggestible partner McNay is only too happy to follow. Add to that O'Shaughnessy, surely the grumpiest forensics man in history and a boss who will stop at nothing to do as little as possible and you have a team capable of not solving any case that comes their way.

In Vroom Vroom, it seems the killer may have had a penchant for sports cars and Stephen Hawking's view of the universe and enjoys playing subbuteo. Forensics man O'Shaughnessy discovers that the victim has a large collection of spanners and a terrible haircut, while D.S. Wright is more interested in finding a jilted motor mechanic with a grudge against caliper braking systems. Meanwhile McDuff and McNay take a trip to a music festival in a microlight aircraft as the net closes in.

Dan McDuff David Kay

Leah McNay Victoria Balnaves

Seamus O'Shaughnessy Michael Redmond

D.S. Wright Moray Hunter

Dan McDuff is written by David Kay, produced by Mary Bell and Moray Hunter and directed by Marilyn Imrie. It is a North Inch Production for BBC Radio Scotland.

03A Shaggy Cow Story2012122120121222

What links a murdered dairy farmer, Gibbon's Sunset Song, a quad bike and some cows?

3/4

Police Profiler Dan McDuff and his partner Leah McNay investigate the mysterious murder of a well known dairy farmer.

McDuff has a meticulously thorough approach to stepping inside the criminal mind, but it's an eccentric one. Whenever there's overwhelming evidence pointing in one direction, McDuff is sure to head off in completely the opposite one as he focuses his attention on one irrelevant detail after another.

Never keen to follow the obvious path, McDuff's vivid imagination leads him into unusual areas where his suggestible partner McNay is only too happy to follow. Add to that O'Shaughnessy, surely the grumpiest forensics man in history and a boss who will stop at nothing to do as little as possible, and you have a team capable of not solving any case that comes their way.

In A Shaggy Cow Story, it seems the killer may have a penchant for wearing Shetland jumpers, whilst the victim was running illegal bovine Jenga tournaments involving a herd of highly developed cows. Forensics man Seamus O'Shaughnessy discovers that the victim was living on a diet of frozen rats while Detective Superintendent Wright is more interested in the windsurfing habits of the victim's wife. Meanwhile McDuff and McNay take a trip on a quad bike as the net closes in.

Dan McDuff - David Kay

Leah McNay - Victoria Balnaves

Seamus O'Shaughnessy - Michael Redmond

D.S. Wright - Moray Hunter

Dan McDuff is written by David Kay, produced by Mary Bell and Moray Hunter and directed by Marilyn Imrie. It is a North Inch Production for BBC Radio Scotland.

03A Shaggy Cow Story2012122120121222

What links a murdered dairy farmer, Gibbon's Sunset Song, a quad bike and some cows?

3/4

Police Profiler Dan McDuff and his partner Leah McNay investigate the mysterious murder of a well known dairy farmer.

McDuff has a meticulously thorough approach to stepping inside the criminal mind, but it's an eccentric one. Whenever there's overwhelming evidence pointing in one direction, McDuff is sure to head off in completely the opposite one as he focuses his attention on one irrelevant detail after another.

Never keen to follow the obvious path, McDuff's vivid imagination leads him into unusual areas where his suggestible partner McNay is only too happy to follow. Add to that O'Shaughnessy, surely the grumpiest forensics man in history and a boss who will stop at nothing to do as little as possible, and you have a team capable of not solving any case that comes their way.

In A Shaggy Cow Story, it seems the killer may have a penchant for wearing Shetland jumpers, whilst the victim was running illegal bovine Jenga tournaments involving a herd of highly developed cows. Forensics man Seamus O'Shaughnessy discovers that the victim was living on a diet of frozen rats while Detective Superintendent Wright is more interested in the windsurfing habits of the victim's wife. Meanwhile McDuff and McNay take a trip on a quad bike as the net closes in.

Dan McDuff - David Kay

Leah McNay - Victoria Balnaves

Seamus O'Shaughnessy - Michael Redmond

D.S. Wright - Moray Hunter

Dan McDuff is written by David Kay, produced by Mary Bell and Moray Hunter and directed by Marilyn Imrie. It is a North Inch Production for BBC Radio Scotland.

04 LASTThe Stuffed Mongoose2012122820121229 (RS)

Dan McDuff investigates a murdered window dresser, a pencil, a parachute and a cardigan.

Police Profiler Dan McDuff and his partner Leah McNay investigate the mysterious murder of a well known dairy farmer.

McDuff has a meticulously thorough approach to stepping inside the criminal mind, but it's an eccentric one. Whenever there's overwhelming evidence pointing in one direction, McDuff is sure to head off in completely the opposite one as he focuses his attention on one irrelevant detail after another.

Never keen to follow the obvious path, McDuff's vivid imagination leads him into unusual areas where his suggestible partner McNay is only too happy to follow. Add to that O'Shaughnessy, surely the grumpiest forensics man in history and a boss who will stop at nothing to do as little as possible and you have a team capable of not solving any case that comes their way.

In The Stuffed Mongoose, it seems the killer may have been a parachuting expert who impersonated a window dresser using a 4B pencil as cover, whilst the victim was caught up in an illegal Connect 4 games ring. Forensics man Seamus O'Shaughnessy discovers that pandas live on a diet of mainly bamboo while Detective Superintendent Wright is more interested in the notorious Mongoose and Connect 4 killer from Jedburgh. Meanwhile McDuff and McNay take a trip to a jazz club on a micro scooter as the net closes in.

Dan McDuff David Kay

Leah McNay Victoria Balnaves

Seamus O'Shaughnessy Michael Redmond

D.S. Wright Moray Hunter

Dan McDuff is written by David Kay, produced by Mary Bell and Moray Hunter and directed by Marilyn Imrie. It is a North Inch Production for BBC Radio Scotland.

04 LASTThe Stuffed Mongoose2012122820121229 (RS)

Dan McDuff investigates a murdered window dresser, a pencil, a parachute and a cardigan.

Police Profiler Dan McDuff and his partner Leah McNay investigate the mysterious murder of a well known dairy farmer.

McDuff has a meticulously thorough approach to stepping inside the criminal mind, but it's an eccentric one. Whenever there's overwhelming evidence pointing in one direction, McDuff is sure to head off in completely the opposite one as he focuses his attention on one irrelevant detail after another.

Never keen to follow the obvious path, McDuff's vivid imagination leads him into unusual areas where his suggestible partner McNay is only too happy to follow. Add to that O'Shaughnessy, surely the grumpiest forensics man in history and a boss who will stop at nothing to do as little as possible and you have a team capable of not solving any case that comes their way.

In The Stuffed Mongoose, it seems the killer may have been a parachuting expert who impersonated a window dresser using a 4B pencil as cover, whilst the victim was caught up in an illegal Connect 4 games ring. Forensics man Seamus O'Shaughnessy discovers that pandas live on a diet of mainly bamboo while Detective Superintendent Wright is more interested in the notorious Mongoose and Connect 4 killer from Jedburgh. Meanwhile McDuff and McNay take a trip to a jazz club on a micro scooter as the net closes in.

Dan McDuff David Kay

Leah McNay Victoria Balnaves

Seamus O'Shaughnessy Michael Redmond

D.S. Wright Moray Hunter

Dan McDuff is written by David Kay, produced by Mary Bell and Moray Hunter and directed by Marilyn Imrie. It is a North Inch Production for BBC Radio Scotland.