Prisoner (1979–1986)
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Episode #1.359 

Doreen ushers Bea into a changing room to talk to her away from Dierdre's prying eyes. They arrange to meet at the cinema so Dor can give her money, but Dierdre ends up tagging along, and ... See full summary »

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Episode credited cast:
Elspeth Ballantyne ...
Meg Morris
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Betty Bobbitt ...
Judy Bryant
Ellen Cressey ...
Diane Henley (as Rhonda Cressey)
Lisa Crittenden ...
Maxine Daniels
Marina Finlay ...
Lainie Dobson
Sheila Florance ...
Lizzie Birdsworth
Nik Forster ...
Bill
Eve Godly ...
Mrs. Dennis (as Eve Godley)
Christine Kaman ...
Dierdre Makin (as Kristine Karman)
Patsy King ...
Erica Davidson
Maggie Kirkpatrick ...
Joan "The Freak" Ferguson
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Bea Smith
Colette Mann ...
Doreen Burns
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Colleen Powell
Barry McQueen ...
Mark Hayes
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Doreen ushers Bea into a changing room to talk to her away from Dierdre's prying eyes. They arrange to meet at the cinema so Dor can give her money, but Dierdre ends up tagging along, and Dor leaves the money for Bea to pick up, as well as a key to her flat. Nola plots to annoy the officers into stopping searching everything, by getting the girls to have loads of parcels sent in. The screws over-react madly, confiscating buy-up and tearing teddy bears apart. Erica gets them to tell the women their mail is no longer being censored (a lie), in the hope they will let something slip in their letters. Joan tells Nola this; she decides to make Maxine get out her dope order, through Lizzie, but Maxie doesn't know how to. Lainie recovers from burning her arms with the caustic soda. The Department knock back the tattoo programme, until Judy comes up with a cheaper way. Written by Anonymous

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Characters of inmates and prison staff are listed in the credits with their first name only. All other characters have their full names. See more »

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