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From: Nick Mansell

Saturday 04 Jun 2005 at 13:46

I think this website is Excellent

well, by far the best and favorite BBC Comedy ever. ronnie is a comic genius. manse

From: Paul

Thursday 12 May 2005 at 21:12

I think this website is Excellent

Wot a great site!!!  I'm a great fan of this exellent programme got all dvd.  So now I'm going to NAFF OFF :)

From: Dave Crawford

Thursday 12 May 2005 at 13:32

I think this website is Good

I just wanted to say that Curtis Watts is using your site to research and ask me silly questions about Porridge and he'd better get on with some work and not waste time like this!  I know more about the episodes than he ever will so he'd best concede defeat now.  In fact he's rubbish.  Ya boo sucks !

From: Shane

Tuesday 26 Apr 2005 at 22:14

I think this website is Good

Helena, Going Sraight is on UK Gold starting tomorrow night (April 27).  I only found out tonight it existed.  Hoping to try get it on video.  In the episodes section it says Prisoner & Escort is available on the series 2 DVD but I have that and it isn't on it. Note from porridge Webmaster.  On the Series 2 DVD of Porridge, the episode "Prisoner & Escort" appears in the special features menu.  Here is the proof:

From: Kim

Saturday 23 Apr 2005 at 20:42

I think this website is BLANK

I'm eleven but I still think porridge is cool + Ronnie Barker is a brill actor!

From: Ian Russell

Friday 22 Apr 2005 at 14:55

I think this website is Excellent

I am now 39 and used to watch porridge with my parents when i was a kid.  when i grew up i watched them again and now i love them, including going straight.  uktv gold are constantly showing them and a porridge day is on very soon.  would like to hear from porridge fans to have a chat perhaps.  good looking females welcome.  no scrotes(as fletch would say).

From: Stephen

Friday 22 Apr 2005 at 13:36

I think this website is Excellent

Going straight was on uk gold not to long ago im sure the will repeat it again at some point.

From: Matt

Friday 22 Apr 2005 at 03:23

I think this website is Excellent

Thank you soooooo much for the recording of "free inside" what a song, I am a total fletch fanatic! =), re; helena, I watched Porridge growing up and it was only recently I even heard about Going Straight, I had to have it, I watched it with dread "how could it be as good?", after one episode, I had the same warm feeling, it was like I had more fletch I never knew existed, like he'd never been away, altho slightly bleaker, fletch is still fletch, with godber, mclaren, mackay and ingrid in episodes it almost makes up for not having the rest of the nick with him, and watch out for nicholas lyndhurst (superb as young raymond), and btw gr8 site, i will be back =)

From: Stu Johnson

Thursday 21 Apr 2005 at 13:29

I think this website is Excellent

Fantastic website.  Can someone tell me which episode the following dialogue was in: [Godber] - You really get up my goat sometimes Fletcher. [Fletch] - No Godber, I may get your goat, I might get up your nose, I may even get on your wick, but I do not get up your goat. I love that line. Genius. Note from porridge Webmaster.  Those lines were taken from the movie of Porridge.

From: Ryan Abbot

Wednesday 20 Apr 2005 at 16:26

I think this website is Excellent

The best show ever! Does anyone know who the barman was in the movie?  He is the spitting image of our QA guy at work and would love to track down a picture of him?

From: Mark

Monday 18 Apr 2005 at 00:41

I think this website is Excellent

Great Acting And Great Writing, Porridge Is One Of The Best Comedies Ever Made.

From: Jade

Sunday 17 Apr 2005 at 13:38

I think this website is Excellent

From: Helena

Thursday 07 Apr 2005 at 18:57

I think this website is Good

Does any1 hav any idea if Going Straight is going 2 be shown on telly again?  I have comments from my family that it isn't half as good as Porridge but I'd still luv 2 c it 2 judge 4 myself.  Any ideas?

From: Helena

Thursday 07 Apr 2005 at 18:48

I think this website is Good

I am 12 years old but I have loved Porridge since I saw my very first episode a few years ago and I think that, along with Only Fools and Horses, it is one of the best programmes ever made.  Ronnie Barker is a brilliant actor but it's a pity there aren't more episodes.  I enjoyed the Porridge @ 30 weekend on UKTV Gold, but I have never seen Going Straight as i don't think they are showing reruns of it on any channel.  This website is good, but it would be better if it had a few Quizzes and Games to brighten it up!

From: Ryan

Saturday 02 Apr 2005 at 01:47

I think this website is Blank

I'm 17 but I discovered Porridge on UKGold around a year ago.  My two favourite programs are Porridge and Auf Wiedersehen Pet, and I was surprised to find out they're written by the same people. I have a question: Does Ronnie Barker do the voiceover ("Norman Stanley Fletcher, you have pleaded guilty to the charges...") at the start of Porridge? Note from Porridge Webmaster - In answer to Ryan's question the answer is yes, it is Ronnie Barker sentencing himself.

From: John Dair

Sunday 13 Mar 2005 at 13:16

I think this website is Excellent

Dear sir, after reading through your website I am greatly impressed by the amount of data you have gathered.  I was "Crusher" in the series, and although I am not in the best of health, I would love to answer any questions you may have.

From: Mark Roberts

Thursday 10 Mar 2005 at 22:05

I think this website is Excellent

Fantastic site.  Love the programme.  Currently looking for the DVD box set of the series.

From: Graham Collom

Thursday 10 Mar 2005 at 12:27

I think this website is Excellent

Excellent site for an excellent programme.

From: Stevo Shipp

Tuesday 08 Mar 2005 at 13:48

I think this website is Excellent

Porridge best comedy ever.

From: Rob Lewis

Monday 28 Feb 2005 at 14:38

I think this website is Excellent

Website: I am a long standing fan of Ronnie Barker in his many different shows.  So this site was a treat.  I don't know if many readers know, but Ronnie did a half hour show with Roy Castle (as Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy), it was a brilliant tribute to Stan and Ollie.  We published and interview with Ronnie in a recent Laurel and Hardy Magazine.

Porridge | The Unofficial Homepage of the BBC Sitcom and its sequel, Going Straight