Hamish searches for a missing friend and the stolen Stone of Destiny.
Lochdubh prepares for the annual shinty match against Dunbracken -- the team that has won 19 years in a row.
Esme is shocked to learn that the council plans to close Lochdubh Primary School.
The villagers hope Frankie Bryce wins the Willie McGraw Trophy for treble singing, but sabotage threatens the contest.
Hamish's former love returns, bringing two Glaswegian friends who are on the run from ruthless villains.
Hamish, holidaying alone on Laggan-Laggan Island, is drawn to a 20-year-old mystery that poisoned the community.
Maclean and his fiancee return from vacation; Hamish trains Anne Patterson.
Lachie Jr. is hired by the undertaker to investigate the disappearance of a body from the burial ground.
A personal tragedy leads Hamish to a remote island, leaving his replacement to deal with the lawbreakers.
A pirate radio station inspires philosophical debate; Hamish confesses his love for Isobel.
Isobel takes incriminating photos; Hamish is concerned about Isobel's new love interest.
The disappearance of a seafarer leads Hamish into an underwater adventure.
Hamish's reputation is undermined by a local religious fanatic.
Isobel and Hamish accompany a climbing expedition; near death, Isobel reveals her feelings for Hamish.
Two escaped convicts injure Hamish's dog Wee Jock; TV John tries to stop Hamish from going after the convicts.
Hamish is convinced to perform in a local production of "West Side Story"; Rory bails Hamish out of financial trouble.
Robbers take a family's silver; tensions mount between Hamish and Alex.
Vicky Jeffreys receives threats when she tries to put villagers in touch with their Highland heritage.
Salt is stolen from Rory's shop; Geordie Robb mysteriously disappears; Alex unexpectedly visits Hamish.