On this episode of The Culture Swally, we are discussing the third and final series of the darkly comic Scottish drama from Neil Forsyth, Guilt. Starring Mark Bonnar and Jamie Sives, series three picks up a year after the end of series two, which saw Max heading to Chicago to join Jake. Roy Lynch was last seen on his balcony with Teddy and is presumed to be dead, leaving his widow Maggie Lynch to take charge of the family business. Series three sees the return of a whole host of characters from the previous two series and early in episode one, events lead to the brothers finding themselves back in Leith, but trying to avoid Maggie Lynch. Series three of Guilt was released in April this year and is available on BBC iPlayer.
In the news we cover a whirlpool of evil at Loch Ness, discuss a sexy advert on at 10am, meet an Elton John tribute act, who is perhaps taking it too far and discuss Trainspotting and The Singing Kettle at The Fringe.