Rumpole of the Bailey - Season 4

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  • Rumpole's Last Case
    2/23/87
    8.5
    The Timsons are in trouble and again need their favourite 'brief'. But as he fights his daily battles, Rumpole is wearying of it all. After a big win on the horses, he makes up his mind to hang up his wig for the last time.

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  • Rumpole and the Bright Seraphim
    2/16/87
    8.1
    Rumpole travels to West Germany to defend a British soldier facing a court-martial charged with the murder of his sergeant.
  • Rumpole and the Judge's Elbow
    2/9/87
    8.5

    Rumpole defends a man charged with running massage parlours as brothels, and his former colleague in chambers Mr Justice Featherstone finds himself in an embarrassing position. The prospect of appointment as a Judge is dangled in front of Rumpole - and it is suggested that he might wish to handle the defence of his present case with suitable discretion, so to speak… The troublesome Heathstoke is anxious to drive the Chambers at Number 3, Equity Court, into the twentieth century - and he tries to oust both Rumpole and Henry, the chambers clerk, into the outer darkness.

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  • Rumpole and the Official Secret
    2/2/87
    7.7
    Rumpole defends an elderly woman charged under the Official Secrets Act - she is claimed to have have leaked (so to speak) information revealing excessive British government expenditure on tea.
  • Rumpole and the Blind Tasting
    1/26/87
    8.4
    Yet another of the Timsons needs Rumpole's services as an advocate, this time to answer charges of fencing stolen liquor. Rumpole accepts Ms Liz Probert - a radical left-wing activist - as a pupil, though not without certain misgivings.
  • Rumpole and the Old, Old, Story
    1/19/87
    8.3

    Rumpole defends a business man who is accused of trying to murder his partner.

    After a squabble with 'She Who Must Be Obeyed', Rumpole finally leaves home - but Hilda doesn't seem to miss him very much

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