A BRAND-NEW crime drama filmed in Glasgow is being released by the BBC.

Granite Harbour is a three-part series shot across Glasgow and Aberdeenshire and set in Aberdeen.

It follows Lance Corporal Davis Lindo, played by Noughts and Crosses star Romario Simpson, who becomes a new recruit to Police Scotland after completing a tour with the military police. 

He stars alongside Murder Island star Hannah Donaldson, Holby City's Dawn Steele, Vigil star Gary Lewis and Shetland's Fiona Bell.

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Louise Thornton, Head of Commissioning at BBC Scotland says: “We are thrilled to have commissioned this new drama for the BBC Scotland channel and BBC One.

"Audiences will be treated to an intriguing and captivating story with strong characters that will play out against the dramatic cityscape of Aberdeen and the North East.

"We are delighted to be working with our colleagues in BBC iPlayer to bring high-quality content-based in Scotland to audiences across the UK as part of our co-commissioning strategy.”

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Granite Harbour will show on BBC Scotland, BBC iPlayer and BBC One and is made by LA Productions.

Gaynor Holmes, Executive Producer, BBC Drama added: “We’re delighted to be working with LA Productions on this exciting new show.

"I can’t wait to see the story brought to life in its stunning Aberdeen setting by this brilliantly talented cast and crew.”

Colin McKeown, LA Productions said: “As LA Productions is based in Liverpool we relish the opportunity of working in both Aberdeen and Glasgow as we feel it's such a cultural match for us as a regional company.”