Drop the Dead Donkey: Season 1, Episode 10

The Big Day (11 Oct. 1990)

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The news team achieves its ultimate aim and, as well as getting a late extension to the bar, they secure an interview with the Prime Minister.

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Michael Fenton Stevens ...
Gerry Gow
Jonathan Stratt ...
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Alister Cameron ...
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Karl Maddix ...
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The news team achieves its ultimate aim and, as well as getting a late extension to the bar, they secure an interview with the Prime Minister.

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Gerry Gow: The PM will require a glass of water.
Alex Pates: To drink or to walk on?
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