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Rumpole for the Prosecution

Horace Rumpole's client asks him to do something he has always sworn he will not do - appear for the prosecution.

Horace Rumpole's client asks him to do something he's always sworn he will not do - appear for the prosecution. It's a case where the injured party is dead and cannot speak for herself.

There's a piece of evidence that just doesn't add up and a literary reference which only Rumpole recognises as a clue.

Adapted for radio by Richard Stoneman
Directed by Marilyn Imrie
A Catherine Bailey production for BBC Radio 4.

45 minutes

Credits

Role Contributor
Rumpole Julian Rhind-Tutt
Hilda Jasmine Hyde
Ballard Michael Cochrane
Erskine-Brown Nigel Anthony
Fig Newton Nigel Anthony
Mr Fabian Ewan Bailey
Jago Ewan Bailey
Judge Oliphant Stephen Critchlow
Chief Inspector Stephen Critchlow
Mrs Fabian Deborah Findlay
Charmian Deborah Findlay
Liz Probert Amy Morgan
Nicholas Rumpole Max Pattison
Director Marilyn Imrie
Adaptor Richard Stoneman
Author John Mortimer

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