Norika can't get her car started. A man helps who turns out to be the bogus repairman. Norika and Dave are on the beat together when they are told of a blind man who has been mugged by 3 men who had been drinking. Estate surveyor has been looking at the station so rumours start circulating. Dave Quinnan is trying to impress all the W.P.C.'s and asks June if he can buy her a drink later. She thinks it is a date. He solves a theft at a jewelers. Frazer is possibly up for an exchange trip to New York. Brownlow has an informal chat with Turnham who is spotted leaving by Quinnan who makes remarks about the Super's wife.
Penny complains to Munro about the alterations. They move to Barton Street temporarily. Brownlow is complaining about sharing a portacabin with Conway. The toilets are blocked. Burnside wants a child molester caught. Monro recognises the identikit as the man thrown out of the club by the bouncer. Monro wants a crime sheet of an assault that was not followed up by Quinnan. Quinnan knows the bouncer who did the assault. Dashwood and Tosh catch a wanted man and get a ticket.
Martella is called to a solictor's house where one of his clients has come to see if he will keep his promise to marry her. The client has made threats to kill the solictor's wife and later attempts to run her down in a car park. June and Tony investigate a barking dog. Just after Tony breaks the glass in the door, the neighbour tells them she has a key. Conway thinks there are backhanders between the contractors and the clerk of works. Brownlow tries to get Conway to take leave.
Jane also works hard at repressing her feelings for Rochester. St John does some research into her background and finds that she has an inheritance. He also discovers her relationship with Rochester. He proposes that they get married and become missionaries.Watch Now:Amazon
Rumpole defends a radical lecturer accused of murdering an unpopular university official - but his client refuses to give critical information in his own defence. Hilda takes offense, after Rumpole gives Ballard and Erskine-Brown advice on the keeping of secrets from their lady wives.Watch Now:Amazon
Before Mr Justice Guthrie Featherstone, Rumpole defends a trade unionist on charges of recklessly causing the death of a truck-driver who was crossing a union picket-line. Guthrie is thinking about a strike of his own, to hit back at new rights of audience for mere solicitors in court. Meanwhile, chez Rumpole, Hilda declares she is going on strike herself.Watch Now:Amazon
Jane leaves Thornfield Hall, heartbroken and penniless. She lays down on the moors to await her fate, no longer wishing to live. She is found by St John Rivers, a local clergyman. He and his two sisters care for Jane.
Mr Briggs, a lawyer, interrupts Jane and Mr Rochester's wedding, claiming that Rochester is already married.
Rumpole defends Tony Timson on charges of attempted murder - with Tony's wife, April, claiming he tried to drown her - while sexist remarks by Mr Justice Guthrie Featherstone give the press a field day and, more importantly, upset the Lord Chancellor. 'She Who Must Be Obeyed' decides it's time for her to begin her own career in the legal profession.Watch Now:Amazon
After the funeral she returns to Thornfield Hall. There staff still expect the wedding to take place between Blanche and Rochester. Rochester and Jane go for a walk and finally she admits that she cares for him. He also loves her and proposes marriage.Watch Now:Amazon
The van brings in a Reverend with a sheath knife after a fight. Burnside has been after the Reverend for a long time. Reg recognises the law clerk send to represent the Reverend. He has to released and Burnside is not happy when he finds out. Taffy hears of an old lady possibly breaking in . The lady is concerned about a friend of hers who hasn't taken in his milk. It is a sudden death.
Young Nigel Timson has moved on from the world of East End villainy and is now working in financial services in the City of London. Rumpole is called on to defend Nigel against charges of insider trading. Meanwhile, Henry, the clerk in Rumpole's chambers, is thinking of running off to Australia with Dianne, the typist, and he turns to Rumpole for advice.Watch Now:Amazon