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0101The First Brief1970060920190711 (BBC7)

Rookie barrister Roger Thursby unwittingly aids a habitual fraudster.

Published in 1955, Henry Cecil's comic legal novel Brothers in Law was adapted first for TV in 1962 by Frank Muir and Denis Norden. It provided the first regular starring role for Richard Briers, who later reprised his role of the idealistic young lawyer Roger Thursby for BBC Radio between 1970 and 1972.

Roger Thursby.... Richard Briers
Henry Blagrove.... Richard Waring
Sally Mannering.... Ann Davies
Grimes.... John Glyn-Jones

Special guest stars:
Green.... Kenneth Connor
The Judge.... John Le Mesurier

Other parts by Malcolm Hayes and Fredrick Treves.

Adapted for radio by Richard Waring from the BBC TV scripts.

Restored from BBC Transcription Service tapes - originally edited for sale abroad.

Producer: David Hatch.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in June 1970.

Richard Briers stars as Roger Thursby, a young barrister in his first year in chambers

Rookie barrister Roger Thursby unwittingly aids a habitual fraudster.

Starring Richard Briers as Roger Thursby, Richard Waring as Henry Blagrove and Ann Davies as Sally Mannering.

With guest stars Kenneth Connor as Green and John Le Mesurier as The Judge

Adapted for radio by Richard Waring from the BBC TV scripts.

Restored from BBC Transcription Service tapes - originally edited for sale abroad.

Published in 1955, Henry Cecil's comic legal novel Brothers in Law was adapted first for TV in 1962 by Frank Muir and Denis Norden. It provided the first regular starring role for Richard Briers, who later reprised his role of the idealistic young lawyer Roger Thursby for BBC Radio between 1970 and 1972.

Produced by David Hatch.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in June 1970.

Richard Briers stars as Roger Thursby, a young barrister in his first year in chambers

0102The Expert Witness1970061620190718 (BBC7)

Faced with a case involving osteoarthritis, rookie barrister Roger Thursby must bone up on his medical knowledge.

Roger Thursby.... Richard Briers
Henry Blagrove.... Richard Waring
Sally Mannering.... Ann Davies
Belkin.... John Bresslin
Rennell.... Robert Dorning

Guest stars:
Eagler.... Richard Caldlcot
The Judge.... John Le Mesurier

Other parts by Malcolm Hayes, Clifford Norgate and Frederick Treves.

Adapted for radio by Richard Waring from the BBC TV scripts.

Restored from BBC Transcription Service tapes - originally edited for sale abroad.

Published in 1955, Henry Cecil's comic legal novel Brothers in Law was adapted first for TV in 1962 by Frank Muir and Denis Norden. It provided the first regular starring role for Richard Briers, who later reprised his role of the idealistic young lawyer Roger Thursby for BBC Radio between 1970 and 1972.

Produced by David Hatch.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in June 1970.

Rookie barrister Roger Thursby must gear up for a medical case.

Richard Briers stars as Roger Thursby, a young barrister in his first year in chambers

Rookie barrister Roger Thursby must bone up for a medical case.

Starring Richard Briers as Roger Thursby, Richard Waring as Henry Blagrove and Ann Davies as Sally Mannering. With John Le Mesurier as The Judge

Faced with a case involving osteoarthritis, rookie barrister Roger Thursby must bone up on his medical knowledge.

Roger Thursby ...... Richard Briers
Henry Blagrove ...... Richard Waring
Sally Mannering ...... Ann Davies
Belkin ...... John Bresslin
Rennell ...... Robert Dorning

Guest stars:
Eagler ...... Richard Caldlcot
The Judge ...... John Le Mesurier

Other parts by Malcolm Hayes, Clifford Norgate and Frederick Treves.

Adapted for radio by Richard Waring from the BBC TV scripts.

Restored from BBC Transcription Service tapes - originally edited for sale abroad.

Published in 1955, Henry Cecil's comic legal novel Brothers in Law was adapted first for TV in 1962 by Frank Muir and Denis Norden. It provided the first regular starring role for Richard Briers, who later reprised his role of the idealistic young lawyer Roger Thursby for BBC Radio between 1970 and 1972.

Produced by David Hatch.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in June 1970.

Rookie barrister Roger Thursby must gear up for a medical case.

Richard Briers stars as Roger Thursby, a young barrister in his first year in chambers

0103Breach of Contract1970062320190725 (BBC7)

Rookie barrister Roger Thursby must defend a women being sued by a pop star over a pup.

Starring Richard Briers as Roger Thursby, Richard Waring as Henry Blagrove and Ann Davies as Sally Mannering. With guest stars Aimi Macdonald and Richard Wattis.

Adapted for radio by Richard Waring from the BBC TV scripts.

Restored from BBC Transcription Service tapes - originally edited for sale abroad.

Published in 1955, Henry Cecil's comic legal novel Brothers in Law was adapted first for TV in 1962 by Frank Muir and Denis Norden. It provided the first regular starring role for Richard Briers, who later reprised his role of the idealistic young lawyer Roger Thursby for BBC Radio between 1970 and 1972.

Produced by David Hatch.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in June 1970.

Rookie barrister Roger Thursby must defend a woman being sued by a pop star over a pup.

Richard Briers stars as Roger Thursby, a young barrister in his first year in chambers

0103Breach Of Contract1970062320190725 (BBC7)

Rookie barrister Roger Thursby must defend a women being sued by a pop star over a pup.

Starring Richard Briers as Roger Thursby, Richard Waring as Henry Blagrove and Ann Davies as Sally Mannering. With guest stars Aimi Macdonald and Richard Wattis.

Adapted for radio by Richard Waring from the BBC TV scripts.

Restored from BBC Transcription Service tapes - originally edited for sale abroad.

Published in 1955, Henry Cecil's comic legal novel Brothers in Law was adapted first for TV in 1962 by Frank Muir and Denis Norden. It provided the first regular starring role for Richard Briers, who later reprised his role of the idealistic young lawyer Roger Thursby for BBC Radio between 1970 and 1972.

Produced by David Hatch.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in June 1970.

Rookie barrister Roger Thursby must defend a woman being sued by a pop star over a pup.

Richard Briers stars as Roger Thursby, a young barrister in his first year in chambers

0104Judgement Summons1970063020190801 (BBC7)

Rookie barrister Roger Thursby finds himself defending a fortunate debtor.

Starring Richard Briers as Roger Thursby, Richard Waring as Henry Blagrove and Ann Davies as Sally Mannering.

With guest stars John Junkin as Mr Starling and Thorley Walters as Judge Perkins.

Adapted for radio by Richard Waring from the BBC TV scripts.

Restored from BBC Transcription Service tapes - originally edited for sale abroad.

Published in 1955, Henry Cecil's comic legal novel Brothers in Law was adapted first for TV in 1962 by Frank Muir and Denis Norden. It provided the first regular starring role for Richard Briers, who later reprised his role of the idealistic young lawyer Roger Thursby for BBC Radio between 1970 and 1972.

Produced by David Hatch.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in June 1970.

Richard Briers stars as Roger Thursby, a young barrister in his first year in chambers

Rookie barrister Roger Thursby finds himself defending a fortunate debtor.

Starring Richard Briers as Roger Thursby, Richard Waring as Henry Blagrove and Ann Davies as Sally Mannering.

With guest stars John Junkin as Mr Starling and Thorley Walters as Judge Perkins.

Adapted for radio by Richard Waring from the BBC TV scripts.

Restored from BBC Transcription Service tapes - originally edited for sale abroad.

Published in 1955, Henry Cecil's comic legal novel Brothers in Law was adapted first for TV in 1962 by Frank Muir and Denis Norden. It provided the first regular starring role for Richard Briers, who later reprised his role of the idealistic young lawyer Roger Thursby for BBC Radio between 1970 and 1972.

Produced by David Hatch.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in June 1970.

Rookie barrister Roger Thursby finds himself defending a fortunate debtor.

Richard Briers stars as Roger Thursby, a young barrister in his first year in chambers

0105Counsel's Opinion1970070720190808 (BBC7)

Can rookie barrister Roger Thursby stop a leak of confidential information?

Starring Richard Briers as Roger Thursby, Richard Waring as Henry Blagrove and Ann Davies as Sally Mannering.

Adapted for radio by Richard Waring from the BBC TV scripts.

Restored from BBC Transcription Service tapes - originally edited for sale abroad.

Published in 1955, Henry Cecil's comic legal novel Brothers in Law was adapted first for TV in 1962 by Frank Muir and Denis Norden. It provided the first regular starring role for Richard Briers, who later reprised his role of the idealistic young lawyer Roger Thursby for BBC Radio between 1970 and 1972.

Produced by David Hatch.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in July 1970.

Richard Briers stars as Roger Thursby, a young barrister in his first year in chambers

0106Special Damages1970071420190815 (BBC7)

New barrister Roger Thursby reckons he's got an easy case, but has he?

Starring Richard Briers as Roger Thursby, Richard Waring as Henry Blagrove and Ann Davies as Sally Mannering. With Patrick Cargill as Chapfield.

Adapted for radio by Richard Waring from the BBC TV scripts.

Restored from BBC Transcription Service tapes - originally edited for sale abroad.

Published in 1955, Henry Cecil's comic legal novel Brothers in Law was adapted first for TV in 1962 by Frank Muir and Denis Norden. It provided the first regular starring role for Richard Briers, who later reprised his role of the idealistic young lawyer Roger Thursby for BBC Radio between 1970 and 1972.

Produced by David Hatch.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in July 1970.

New barrister Roger Thursby reckons he's got an easy case, but has he?

Richard Briers stars as Roger Thursby, a young barrister in his first year in chambers

0107Separation Order1970072120190822 (BBC7)

Can Roger overcome a conflict of interests when his girlfriend asks for legal advice?

Starring Richard Briers as Roger Thursby, Richard Waring as Henry Blagrove, Ann Davies as Sally Mannering and James Beck as Fred Tanner.

With guest stars Liz Fraser as Mrs Trench and Frank Thornton as The Magistrate

Adapted for radio by Richard Waring from the BBC TV scripts.

Restored from BBC Transcription Service tapes - originally edited for sale abroad.

Published in 1955, Henry Cecil's comic legal novel Brothers in Law was adapted first for TV in 1962 by Frank Muir and Denis Norden. It provided the first regular starring role for Richard Briers, who later reprised his role of the idealistic young lawyer Roger Thursby for BBC Radio between 1970 and 1972.

Produced by David Hatch.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in July 1970.

Can Roger overcome a conflict of interest when his girlfriend asks for legal advice?

Richard Briers stars as Roger Thursby, a young barrister in his first year in chambers