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Laura Gardner 18th March 2011 06:47 AM

Prisoner reunion on A Current Affair
 
Found this via the Talking TelevisionAU website.

Further down the page for 18th March there's a mention of a series of TV reunions on the show A Current Affair. To celebrate the start of the recent rerun on the Australian pay TVchannel 111 Hits, they did an item on Prisoner, which can be found and viewed online at their website. I can't post the url here but a google search for current affair prisoner reunion will get you close. It was broadcast on 3rd March.

It's also been put on on youtube, I think.

Great to see Patsy King in particular still going strong.

Stephen@Cult Labs 18th March 2011 07:40 AM

Here's a link to the story.

Prisoner reunion

Watching it hits home just how long ago Prisoner was first broadcast. Patsy King is in her 80's.

mr 420 18th March 2011 10:45 AM

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Originally Posted by Stephen@Cult Labs (Post 136548)
Here's a link to the story.

Prisoner reunion

Watching it hits home just how long ago Prisoner was first broadcast. Patsy King is in her 80's.

This is essential viewing for any Prisoner fan. I really enjoyed it.:)

alanlsut 18th March 2011 01:09 PM

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Originally Posted by mr 420 (Post 136599)
This is essential viewing for any Prisoner fan. I really enjoyed it.:)

Will have to check this out, how long is it? I am in work so cannot look at mo...:mmph:

mr 420 18th March 2011 03:51 PM

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Originally Posted by alanlsut (Post 136665)
Will have to check this out, how long is it? I am in work so cannot look at mo...:mmph:

It's only about 10 mins long, but packs a lot into those minutes.

iluvdvds@Cult Labs 9th September 2011 02:35 PM

Fantastic stuff there, Laura. Great to see them doing so well - some haven't changed much, especially Bea.

J.R. 10th September 2011 03:47 AM

I haven't watched the link you are talking about, but the story that was on TV here in Australia recently seemed to be more about how the actress who played Bea Smith was the only one with a decent manager and she is the only actress getting royalties for the DVD releases!!

A sad state considering the love of this series...


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