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.
|Fig Newton||Nigel Anthony|
|Mr Fabian||Ewan Bailey|
|Judge Oliphant||Stephen Critchlow|
|Chief Inspector||Stephen Critchlow|
|Mrs Fabian||Deborah Findlay|
|Liz Probert||Amy Morgan|
|Nicholas Rumpole||Max Pattison|