From the comfort of armchairs in the studio, three amateur sleuths, they watch the drama play out as Mortcliff’s crack team of detectives make enquiries with the local residents. But in a show where everyone has a motive, it might prove harder to catch the culprit than you think. The Armchair Detectives are introduced to suspects, uncover vital clues and share their thoughts and theories as the story unfolds, before making their final accusation in a bid to win the golden magnifying glass trophy.
Featuring several of our BAA clients, watch the series every week day at quarter past 2 to find out WhoDunnit?
Inspired by conversations with care experienced individuals and sector professionals, Holding / Holding On interrogates the way society treats those in Scotland’s care system. Those who need care, and those…Read More
Celebrating its 20th anniversary, Glasgow’s acclaimed Shakespeare festival, Bard in the Botanics, returns to the Botanic Gardens on July 7th 2021. The Lost and Found season will feature new productions…Read More
Brennan Artists’ AJ/Julia Taudevin brings her exciting show, MOVE, to Silverknowes Beach this summer, in association with Slung Low and the Traverse Theatre. Weaving storytelling, choral soundscape and Gaelic song,…Read More
The latest series of Molly and Mack comes to CBeebies and BBC iPlayer on Monday 28th June. Featuring BAA clients Joshua Haynes, James Mackenzie, Maureen Carr, and Alison Peebles, the…Read More
The incredible Itxaso Moreno is featured in this powerful new film for lung cancer detection, produced by the Scottish Government and the Leith Agency. The campaign has been developed in…Read More
BAA’s Amy Kennedy plays Misty in The Honey Man, coming to socially distanced audiences at Exeter Northcott Theatre. The absorbing tale of an unlikely friendship that develops between an ageing West…Read More