CBBC brings an all-star cast to the screen with an adaptation of Kidnapped,
Robert Louis Stevenson's classic tale.
Iain Glen stars as Alan Breck and James Anthony
Pearson as Davie Balfour in Stevenson's tale of treachery,
romance and rebellion, along with Paul McGann as Colonel
MacNab, Adrian Dunbar as Uncle Ebenezer, Gregor
Fisher as James of the Glens and Kirstin Coulter Smith
Kidnapped - to be shown on BBC ONE - chronicles the adventures of Breck
and Balfour as they escape murder and shipwreck on a quest for justice,
all set against the fierce social and political backdrop of 1760s Scotland.
The BBC has worked with South Pacific Pictures, makers of the Oscar
nominated film Whale Rider. Kidnapped's executive producer for South
Pacific Pictures is Managing Director John Barnett.
Kidnapped has been adapted for the screen by Richard Kurti and Bev
Doyle, directed by multi award-winning Brendan Maher and produced by
The executive producers are Elaine Sperber and Jess Cleverly.