Opinionated and set in his ways, the portly and curmudgeonly Horace Rumpole (Leo McKern) powers forth in his daily quest for justice. In this second series, Rumpole successfully clears a vicar of a shoplifting charge, proves a case of mistaken identity and defends a known Fascist on a charge under the Race Relations Act. All the while answering to "She Who Must Be Obeyed".
Horace Rumpole (played by the late Leo McKern) is an untidy, ageing London barrister with one glass eye who defends in criminal cases. His clients rarely cut elegant figures. He is fond of red wine, poetry, and fair dealing, and is not looked on as a great success in life by his wife, Hilda ('She Who Must Be Obeyed'). Rumpole has had a few triumphs, and the Penge Bungalow murders are often on his mind.
Rumpole and the Younger Generation
Rumpole and the Alternative Society
Rumpole and the Honourable Member
Rumpole and the Married Lady
Rumpole and the Learned Friends
Rumpole and the Heavy Brigade
rumpole of the bailey,season 1 was in my opinion a good tv series that i thought was well written with a well thought out plot.
the level of acting was of a good standard with all lines delivered in a well timed manner and it was this and the story lines as well as the interesting characters which made this show enjoyable to watch
If you enjoy a well made tv series I think you will enjoy this tv series and it is recommended by me.