BAA’s Natali McCleary features in Guilt, the first drama commission for BBC Scotland’s new digital channel.
This new four-part drama series is written by Neil Forsyth and features Mark Bonnar and Jamie Sives as brothers Max and Jake, who unwittingly run over and kill an old man. Their attempts to cover it up trigger consequences neither of them could ever have imagined.
Set in Edinburgh, Guilt is a stylish, contemporary drama with riveting plot twists and a strong vein of black humour throughout. The series will premiere on BBC Scotland’s digital channel and follow on BBC Two later this year.
Premieres Thursday 24 Oct on the BBC Scotland channel at 10pm.
Catch every episode on BBC iPlayer
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