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Paul Bowman is a fictional character in the BBC1 Scottish TV series Monarch of the Glen. Paul is played by Welsh actor Lloyd Owen. Image File history File links PaulBowman-MacDonald. ... BBC One (or BBC1 as it was formerly styled) is the oldest United Kingdom, and indeed, the world. ... Monarch of the Glen by Sir Edwin Landseer, 1851 Monarch of the Glen (with a conscious reference to the famous Landseer painting) is a British television drama, produced by Ecosse Films for BBC Scotland and transmitted on the BBC One network in the UK. The series premiered in 2000, and... Lloyd Owen (b. ...

Paul is the son of Hector MacDonald and half-brother to Archie MacDonald. Paul arrived in Glenbogle thinking Glenbogle's ghillie Golly Mackenzie was his father. However, Golly revealed this not to be true and told Paul and Archie the truth. Paul came to live in Glenbogle in series 5, and set up the Glenbogle Activity Centre. Paul had a short realtionship with local distillery chairwoman Amanda MacLeish. In series 6 Laird Archie went to live in New Zealand with wife Lexie MacDonald, and Paul became Laird. Lexie returned unhappy to Glenbogle and kissed Paul, but they decided not to further their relationship, and Lexie returned to her husband and New Zealand. Paul and local farmer Isobel Anderson always flirted, but didn't realise that they both liked each other. They eventually got together at the end of series 6, after Paul and his girlfriend Lucy Ford split up. Paul's lairdship was threatended at the end of series six when it was revealed that Paul's uncle Donald MacDonald was the rightful Laird because of Paul's illegitemacy. However in the end, Paul won the battle for lairdship against Donald and officially became Laird of Glenbogle. In the seventh series, Paul starts feeling like he is the Laird and that people now trust him, however, Paul finds that Glenbogle once again has financial problems. To make matters worse, beautiful shepherdess Iona Maclean tries to force money out of Paul to repair his tennants crofts. Paul falls for Iona but ends up burning down her house and to his delight she agrees to live at the Big House. Paul faces a battle against astronaut Victor Zinchenkke and his wife Catriona Zinchenkke who want to take over Glenbogle and turn it into a business venture. Hector was born in 1857 on the Black Isle, Scotland. ... Archie MacDonald is a fictional character in the TV Series Monarch of the Glen. ... Golly Mackenzie is a fictional character in the TV series Monarch of the Glen. ... Amanda MacLeish (left) with Paul Bowman Amanda MacLeish is a fictional character in the Scottish BBC drama TV Series Monarch of the Glen. ... Lexie MacDonald is a fictional character in the TV series Monarch of the Glen. ... Isobel Anderson is a fictional character in the TV series Monarch of the Glen. ... Lucy Ford is a fictional character in the TV series Monarch of the Glen. ... Donald MacDonald may refer to: Donald Ulyses MacDonald, a character in popular BBC1 TV series Monarch of the Glen portrayed by Tom Baker. ... Iona Maclean is a fictional character in the Scottish BBC1 TV Series Monarch of the Glen. ... Catriona is a fictional character in the TV series Monarch of the Glen. ...


Surnames

  • Series 4-5 - Bowman (his mother's surname)
  • Series 6 - Bowman-MacDonald (MacDonald added on due to becoming Laird)

Family Details of character

Hector Naismith MacDonald is a fictional character in the BBC TV series Monarch of the Glen. ... Molly MacDonald is a fictional character in the TV series Monarch of the Glen. ... Archie MacDonald is a fictional character in the TV Series Monarch of the Glen. ... James Jamie MacDonald is a fictional character in the BBC TV series Monarch of the Glen. ... Elizabeth Lizzie MacDonald is a fictional character who has appeared in three episodes in BBC Scottish Drama Monarch of the Glen. ...

Series Length

Series 4-7

  • Series 4: episodes 9-10.
  • Series 5: episodes 2-10 + Hogmanay Special.
  • Series 6: episodes 1-10 (all episodes)
  • Series 7: episodes 1-6 (all episodes)

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