Defending The Guilty: Katherine Parkinson's comic lawyer who defends 'Paedo Nazis'


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It's the next wig thing in comedy ... a pacy BBC sitcom set in a barristers' chambers, packed with sharp dialogue and characters you'll love to hate especially one played by The IT Crowd star Katherine Parkinson
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