Garrow’s Law – second season? And contest reminder

29 January, 2010 at 9:57 am 2 comments

“What are you working on at the moment, Mr. Marchant?”

“The next series of ‘Garrow’s Law’…”

Click on the link above to read the complete interview with writer Tony Marchant. Please note that this is not an official confirmation by the BBC that a second season of “Garrow’s Law” has been commissioned, but it sounds very, very promising – is William Garrow back in business? We sure hope so – hide the ladies, lock up the judges and order hair extensions!

Talking about “Garrow’s Law”: there’s still time for you to participate in our contest and win the DVD of the first series. Just send an email to

joyful_molly at yahoo.co.uk

and answer the following question:

“What is the name of Mr. Garrow’s courtroom nemesis?”


A) Tweety
B) Silvester
C) Daffy

Deadline: 4 February, 2010, midnight GMT.

Please read the following rules before you send off your mail.

RULES:

1. By participating in this contest, you confirm that you have read, understood and accepted the rules.

2. You have to be at least 18 years old to participate.

3. Please be fair: only send in one mail per person.

4. No cash pay-out of your prize.

5. No correspondence will be held over the outcome of the contest.

6. If you are the winner, you’ll have to provide us with your name and address.

7. We’ll send your prize out asap, but have no influence on the speed of your local postal services.

8. Should, for any reason beyond our control, one of the prizes not be available, we’ll replace it with a different prize of the same value.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Chelsea  |  29 January, 2010 at 3:25 pm

    Thanks for the link to that interview. I’ve really enjoyed your posts on the first series and will be keeping my fingers crossed that Garrow’s Law gets a second one!

    Reply
    • 2. Molly Joyful  |  30 January, 2010 at 1:10 pm

      You’re very welcome. I hope there really will be a second series, and I’ll definitely follow it as closely as I did with the last one. I promise screencaps galore!

      Reply

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