LAST NIGHT'S VIEW.
I'M beginning to see Prisoner: Cell Block H in a new light. The Aussie soap about life in a women's prison was always considered a bit of a joke but it is quality drama compared with Bad Girls (ITV (1) See interactive TV.
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The only thing to be said in favour of the new series is that the sets don't shake.
HMP HMP - hybrid multiprocessing Larkhall was more like a holiday camp than a women's jail. The prison officers got the girls out of bed with a cheery "Wakey! Wakey!""
It reminded me of Butlin's and The Billy Cotton Bandshow. I don't know Don't know (DK, DKed)
"Don't know the trade." A Street expression used whenever one party lacks knowledge of a trade or receives conflicting instructions from the other party. what the dress code is for Holloway but at Larkhall inmates wore miniskirts and sexy tops.
It was too much for Principal Officer Jim Fenner James Graham "Jim" Fenner was a fictional character in the British television series Bad Girls. The character was played by Jack Ellis.
Fenner was the senior male prison officer at Larkhall Women's Prison, the setting for the series, and was a regular major character for (Jack Ellis) who turned out to be the chief screw in more ways than one.
The residents of G Wing were supposed to be an evil bunch but they didn't scare me.
The worst they did was force a young prisoner to give up her last fag and refuse her egg and sausage for breakfast.
New wing governor Helen Stewart (Simone Lahbib) got tough when the inmates kicked up a fuss over a girl who suffered a miscarriage in her cell.
Well she stamped her foot and cancelled their fashion show anyway.
The script was criminal and so was the acting. They should put producer Brian Park behind bars and throw away the key.
WHY Haringey Council were concerned about security at the home of madcap Mr Trebus in A Life Of Grime A Life of Grime (play on the expression A Life of Crime) is a BBC docusoap following the work of environmental health inspectors. Launched during an explosion of reality television, the idea found something of a cult following. (BBC BBC
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There was nothing to steal but rubbish.