Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Described by one wag as "BBC's Scotland Sheepfest," the weekly, 50-minute dramatic series Strathblair was set in the 1950s. Derek Riddell and Francesca Hunt starred as Scottish couple Alec and Jennifer Ritchie, who did their best to make a go of a small farm that they'd purchased. Also on hand was Ian Carmichael as tut-tutting country squire Sir James Menzies. Created by Bill Craig, Strathblair made its BBC1 bow on May 3, 1992, running for two years and 16 episodes.