Rumpole returns with relish to murder. His client is covered in the victim's blood, can barely utter a word in his own defence, and his nightclub-owning brothers seem convinced he is insane. Everything hangs on Rumpole's unrivalled knowledge of bloodstains and his old hat. Written by
Did You Know?
At the beginning Rumpole recites the poem "November" by Thomas Hood. See more
In November an old man's fancy likely turns to thoughts of indecent assault.
Opening credits prologue: 1977 See more
The Last Waltz
Composed by Barry Mason
and Les Reed
Performed by Colours Green See more