Garrow’s Law: Dumbarton, we have a second series!

5 May, 2010 at 8:54 am 3 comments

The morning paper brought intriguing news for Mr. Garrow…

“Andrew Buchan will return as pioneering barrister William Garrow in another four-parter with creator Tony Marchant leading the writing team. The shoot – in Dumbarton – begins in the summer and you can expect it on BBC1 at the end of this year.”

– Feedback page, Radio Times (1 -7 May, 2010)

(Many thanks to Viktor’s Lady, Camille and Liz Hanbury for the heads-up!)

“I admit that there were moments of great worry concerning our future, Mr. Southouse. Whatever took them so long to make a decision? And pray tell, why only four episodes?”

“The BBC had to cut our budget in order to purchase more bow ties for The Doctor and hire bodyguards for Graham Norton.”

“In that case, I shan’t complain. Money well spent, I’d say!”

Meanwhile, at the BBC…

“Fine! Fine! I give in! You’ll get your second series of “Garrow’s Law”! Now let me go, you blasted womenfolk!”

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