John Thaw (Inspector Morse, The Sweeney) is Kavanagh Q.C., one of the most respected criminal advocates in London.
From a northern working-class background, James Kavanagh has climbed to the top of the elite profession through hard work and a love of the law.
About the Directors
Some of Charles Beeson's credits include the films : Second Sight, Four Minutes, Stranded, Cider With Rosie, Thursday 12th, and episodes of EastEnders, Spooks, Inspector Morse and Casualty. He has also worked on the American series Close to Home, Terminator : The Sarah Connor Chronicles, The Mentalist, The Vampire Diaries, Supernatural, Person of Interest, Fringe and Alcatraz. He attended Churcher's College. He is currently based in Los Angeles.
Jack Gold (born on 28 June 1930) is a British film and television director. He was part of the British Realist Tradition that followed Free Cinema. Gold was born in London, and was educated at University College London (UCL). After leaving UCL, he began his career as an editor on BBC's Tonight programme. Gold became a freelance documentary film maker, also making dramas as a platform for his social and political observations. He is best known for having directed films such as; The Visit (1959), The National Health (1973), The Naked Civil Servant (1975), Man Friday (1975), The Medusa Touch (1978), Charlie Muffin (1979) aka A Deadly Game (USA), The Chain (1985) and Escape From Sobibor (1987). His other works include the televised BBC/Lifetime version of The Merchant of Venice (1980) and Macbeth. (1983) The latter starring Nicol Williamson as well as the rare but effective made for TV adaptation of Graham Greene's The Tenth Man (1988), starring Anthony Hopkins. He also directed the final episode of Inspector Morse: "The Remorseful Day".
David Thacker (born 21 December 1950) is an English award winning theatre director. He is currently the Artistic Director at the Octagon Theatre Bolton. He has directed over 100 theatre productions including plays by William Shakespeare, Arthur Miller, Samuel Beckett, Henrik Ibsen, Anton Chekhov, Tennessee Williams, Tom Stoppard and Eugene O’Neill.
Approximate Running Time: 1020 minutes. 7 Disc Set.
Classification: M (Recommended For Mature Audiences - Moderate violence and themes)
Number of Discs: 7
Region: 4 (Australia & New Zealand)
Released: 27th November 2009
Running Time: 1020 mins