Look Out

Written by Robert Sproul-Cran

To young PC Andy, Midge is just an auld wifie stuck in her tenement flat watching the world pass her by. She might just be useful if she’s witnessed a dealer across the road getting thumped. And if she isn’t too dottled to remember.


But Andy may have misjudged things. And Andy may have seriously underestimated Midge. Because far from being powerless she seems to run the neighbourhood - watching and controlling everything.


Midge has seen and done more in her time than Andy can begin to imagine, and his eyes - and his mind - are about to be blown wide open…


Robert Sproul-Cran

Robert is a broadcaster and writer. He joined the BBC as a radio newsreader and announcer, then moved into production and management.


After ten years working across Scotland and the London networks he joined television as the BBC’s Scottish daytime features presenter. After two years on air he left to launch indy producer Northlight. There he produced and directed programmes for the BBC, C4 and Discovery. ‘In Search of the Tartan Turban’ for Channel 4 won him a BAFTA.


His short film ‘The Elemental’ was screened at the Edinburgh International Film Festival and represented Britain in international competition. As CEO of Tartan TV he directed and co-presented over a hundred shows promoting Scotland in North America.


He writes novels under the pen name of Zane Stumpo. Established a youth TV station in the Scottish Borders with ‘Voice of My Own’ (VOMO) to pass his expertise to a new generation.