Taggart (1983–2010)

TV Series   |  Crime, Drama, Mystery


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The Maryhill CID investigates gruesome murders against the bleak backdrop of the city of Glasgow.

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  • Blythe Duff and Alex Norton in Taggart (1983)
  • Colin McCredie and Alex Norton in Taggart (1983)
  • Paul Ellard in Taggart (1983)
  • Alex Norton in Taggart (1983)
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Creator:

Glenn Chandler

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18 June 2006 | evil_but_cute13
9
| There's been a... Murder...
Fantastic, really a quality drama. I can't believe it's been going for 21 years! Hell it's older than me!

I watch Taggart religiously, for the sole purpose of hearing: 'There's been a MURDER!' Really, it brightens up my day when I hear that iconic phrase...

Blythe Duff is a brilliant actress, I think she is truly talented. The dynamics between the cast are excellent, they play off each other very well.

Best ever episode: Bloodlines. It features lesbians, an aquarium and a guest appearance by the great goddess Michelle Gomez.

In summary: Taggart is one hell of a drama series!

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