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Garrow's Law: Tales from theOld Bailey

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New series. 1/4. Polished legal drama written by Tony Marchant and starring Andrew Buchan and Alun Armstrong. In the late 18th century, young, idealistic barrister William Garrow is given his first criminal defence case at the Old Bailey.
Producer Dominic Barlow ; Director Peter Lydon Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel A legal precedent: page 25

Contributors

Written By: Tony Marchant
Unknown: Andrew Buchan
Unknown: Alun Armstrong.
Unknown: William Garrow
Producer: Dominic Barlow
Director: Peter Lydon
Garrow: Andrew Buchan
Southouse: Alun Armstrong
Lady Sarah: Lyndsey Marshal
Sir Arthur: Rupert Graves
Silvester: Aidan McArdle
Judge Buller: Michael Culkin
Court clerk: Anthony Bowers
Mr Sibley: Andy Linden
Forrester: Steven Waddington
Mary Pace: Frances Grey
Peter Pace: Finlay Robertson
William Grove: Jeremy Swift
Mrs Browning: Julie Hale
Mrs Tarling: Teresa Churcher
Elizabeth Jarvis: Tessa Nicholson
Magistrate: David Barrass
Dr Herring: Mark Tandy
Obstetrician: Martin Wimbush
Mary Langstaffe: Pauline Knowles
Eliza Radnell: Vicki Lidelle
Sowerby: Steven O'Neill

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Garrow's Law: Tales from theOld Bailey

BBC One London, 1 November 2009 21.00






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