John Mortimer Presents - The Trials Of Marshall Hall

Episodes

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01The Black Trunk1996111920150727 (BBC7)
20150728 (BBC7)
20180430 (BBC7)
20180501 (BBC7)

Can Britain's most celebrated criminal barrister save Marie Herman from the gallows?

Tom Baker stars in reconstructions of dramatic courtroom tales from the past

TRUE CRIME: True stories of crime and trial in a bygone age, starring Tom Baker as Britain's celebrated barrister, Sir Edward Marshall Hall.

In his first case, fought in 1894, Sir Edward sets out to save Marie Herman from the gallows - a true story.

Introduced by Rumpole of the Bailey's creator John Mortimer. With Timothy Block, Zelah Clarke and Nicholas Farr.

Dramatised by Michael Butt. Directed by John Taylor.

A Fiction Factory production for BBC Radio 2 from 1996.

Can Britain's most celebrated criminal barrister save Marie Herman from the gallows? 1894 true story. Stars Tom Baker.

02The Camden Town Murder1996112620150728 (BBC7)
20150729 (BBC7)
20180501 (BBC7)
20180502 (BBC7)

Did Bob Wood really murder Emily Dimmock by slitting her throat?

Tom Baker stars in reconstructions of dramatic courtroom tales from the past

True stories of crime and trial in a bygone age, starring Tom Baker as Britain's celebrated barrister, Sir Edward Marshall Hall.

Did Bob Wood really murder Emily Dimmock by slitting her throat?

Introduced by Rumpole of the Bailey's creator John Mortimer. With Timothy Block, Kellie Bright, Nicholas Farr, David Glover and Jonathan Tafler.

Dramatised by Michael Butt. Directed by John Taylor.

A Fiction Factory production for BBC Radio 2 from 1996.

TRUE CRIME: True stories of crime and trial in a bygone age, starring Tom Baker as Britain's celebrated barrister, Sir Edward Marshall Hall.

Did Bob Wood really murder Emily Dimmock by slitting her throat?

Introduced by Rumpole of the Bailey's creator John Mortimer. With Timothy Block, Kellie Bright, Nicholas Farr, David Glover and Jonathan Tafler.

Dramatised by Michael Butt. Directed by John Taylor.

A Fiction Factory production for BBC Radio 2 from 1996.

TRUE CRIME: True stories of crime and trial in a bygone age, starring Tom Baker as Britain's celebrated barrister, Sir Edward Marshall Hall.

Introduced by Rumpole of the Bailey's creator John Mortimer. With Timothy Block, Kellie Bright, Nicholas Farr, David Glover and Jonathan Tafler.

Dramatised by Michael Butt. Directed by John Taylor.

A Fiction Factory production for BBC Radio 2 from 1996.

03A Hint Of Arsenic1996120320150729 (BBC7)
20150730 (BBC7)
20180502 (BBC7)
20180503 (BBC7)

The barrister is determined to prove Harold Greenwood innocent of killing his first wife.

Tom Baker stars in reconstructions of dramatic courtroom tales from the past

True stories of crime and trial in a bygone age, starring Tom Baker as Britain's celebrated barrister, Sir Edward Marshall Hall.

Sir Edward sets out to prove Harold Greenwood innocent of killing his first wife.

Introduced by Rumpole of the Bailey's creator John Mortimer. With Timothy Block, Robert Blythe and Zelah Clarke.

Dramatised by Michael Butt and directed by John Taylor.

A Fiction Factory production for BBC Radio 2 from 1996.

The barrister is determined to prove Harold Greenwood innocent of killing his first wife. Tom Baker stars.

04A Death At Christmas1996121020150730 (BBC7)
20150731 (BBC7)
20180503 (BBC7)
20180504 (BBC7)

The barrister faces a complex case over a troubled ex-soldier charged with murder.

Tom Baker stars in reconstructions of dramatic courtroom tales from the past

True stories of crime and trial in a bygone age, starring Tom Baker as Britain's celebrated barrister, Sir Edward Marshall Hall.

Sir Edward faces a complex case over a troubled ex-soldier charged with murder.

Introduced by Rumpole of the Bailey's creator John Mortimer. With Timothy Block, Robert Blythe and Jonathan Tafler.

Dramatised by Michael Butt. Director Michael Fox.

A Fiction Factory production for BBC Radio 2 from 1996.

TRUE CRIME: True stories of crime and trial in a bygone age, starring Tom Baker as Britain's celebrated barrister, Sir Edward Marshall Hall.

Sir Edward faces a complex case over a troubled ex-soldier charged with murder.

Introduced by Rumpole of the Bailey's creator John Mortimer. With Timothy Block, Robert Blythe and Jonathan Tafler.

Dramatised by Michael Butt. Director Michael Fox.

A Fiction Factory production for BBC Radio 2 from 1996.

05The Case Of The Green Bicycle1996121720150731 (BBC7)
20150801 (BBC7)
20180504 (BBC7)
20180505 (BBC7)

Did Ronald Light shoot a woman cyclist dead?

Tom Baker stars in reconstructions of dramatic courtroom tales from the past

True stories of crime and trial in a bygone age, starring Tom Baker as Britain's celebrated barrister, Sir Edward Marshall Hall.

Did Ronald Light shoot a woman cyclist dead? Sir Edward sets out to prove his innocence.

Introduced by Rumpole of the Bailey's creator John Mortimer. With Jonathan Tafler and David Alistair.

Dramatised by Michael Butt.

Director Michael Fox

A Fiction Factory production for BBC Radio 2 from 1996.

TRUE CRIME: True stories of crime and trial in a bygone age, starring Tom Baker as Britain's celebrated barrister, Sir Edward Marshall Hall.

Did Ronald Light shoot a woman cyclist dead? Sir Edward sets out to prove his innocence.

Introduced by Rumpole of the Bailey's creator John Mortimer. With Jonathan Tafler and David Alistair.

Dramatised by Michael Butt.

Director Michael Fox

A Fiction Factory production for BBC Radio 2 from 1996.