Hurrah - dust off the periwigs and the silks, the wonderful BBC TV series Garrow's Law returns for a third series this Sunday at 9pm!
The legal drama is inspired by the life of the pioneering 18th century barrister William Garrow. Episode 1 of Series 3 focuses on the true story of James Hadfield, accused of attempting to assassinate King George III. Garrow risks his reputation to defend the indefensible. And he changes British law forever.
Meanwhile, William and his beloved Lady Sarah are finally living together but things are not all rosy. Lady Sarah is desperate to see her baby son and starts a legal challenge to her jealous husband, Sir Arthur Hill.
William Garrow is played by Andrew Buchan, John Southouse by Alun Armstrong, Lady Sarah by Lyndsey Marshal, Sir Arthur Hill by Rupert Graves and John Silvester by Aidan McArdle.
You can find out more on the BBC website for Garrow's Law (including the real cases behind episode 1) and at Mark Pallis' blog. Mark is the Legal and Historical consultant for the show. There is also The Garrow Society website, which has information on Garrow's trials, family stories and web links.
Here's a fabulous taster for Series 3, but beware, spoilers ahoy ;0)