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Garrow's Law, Season 3

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Andrew Buchan stars as pioneering eighteenth century barrister William Garrow who returns to the Bailey along with his attorney, mentor and friend John Southouse (Alun Armstrong) to champion the rights of prisoners against the power of the State. Now living in an ‘irregular’ relationship with Lady Sarah Hill (Lyndsey Marshal), Garrow finds himself ostracised and impoverished. He must deal with the competing demands of domestic happiness and professional integrity. As the French Revolution turns Europe upside down: new philosophies, new passions and new demands sweep through England. Attempted regicide, industrial sabotage, colonial brutality, police intimidation and election rigging are all on trial as the Establishment battle to retain their grip on the status quo. William Garrow and British Law are severely tested.

Customer Reviews

I enjoy this!

This is a great series based on authentic court papers of the time.

Love it!

Absolutely love this show!

Just one question: where are the other episodes?

great Drama .

a great period drama, with a line of acting talent which is second to none.
scripts with twists and turns. an anti hero whom has a heart of gold.

villains abound, yet in some ways they where mere products of the time.

good entertaining shows. worth beginning with season 1 to truly get immersed into the characters. very enjoyable.

Garrow's Law, Season 3
View in iTunes £7.56
  • SD Version
  • Genre: Drama
  • Released: 13 November 2011

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