Porridge Guest Bookguest

Welcome to my guest book.  As this is a site that should be suitable for all ages I have decided to moderate this guest book.  Therefore there will be a delay of a day or two after your submission as I will read it before I decide to publish it.

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Saturday 12 April 2008 - 00:54

From: Paul Rolfe

Rating of this site: Excellent

ust came across this site when i googled 'porridge' and all i say is thank you so much for setting it up. I've always loved porridge and am now getting the episodes on DVD through the 'Ronnie Barker DVD collection'. My fave clip - it has to be ' Just desserts' - ' That is a plant' 'No it's not it's a tin of pineapple chunks' Brilliant!!


Wednesday 9 April 2008 - 00:54

From: Geln Fernandez-Garcia

Rating of this site: Excellent

Porridge is quite possibly the best British comedy of all time and I have to say your site is excellent. I was sad to hear about Brian Wilde, a truely genius comic actor sadly lost. Keep up the good work on the site.


Sunday 6 April 2008 - 18:28

From: Jake Hughes

Rating of this site: Excellent

I'm 17 years old and have watched every Porridge episode at least 10 times. I've got every 1 on dvd in the box set and the going straight series. Ronnie Barker was a comedy genius and there has been no one with this talent! I've got pretty much every sitcom and sketch he's done and I say Porridge wins hands down. It's just a shame that Ronnie died he was a true gentleman and I haven't seen a sketch like it even scrubs doesn't come close. By the way what a wicked site I never new that anyone shared as much love for his comedy as I do


Thursday 3 April 2008 - 07:12

From: Chris Horton

Rating of this site: Excellent

So sad about the recent death of Brian Wilde but his conrubuitin to Porrige will live on for future generations to laugh ,cry and enjoy.

Also thanks Porrige for the many eposodes of laughter you gave me as a child. And to my children when they watched it.


Sunday 30 March 2008 - 15:02

From: Fred Norman

Rating of this site: Excellent

Very sad to hear of Brian's death, I think the show is brilliant, and the show could teach many of today's comedy shows a lesson on true humour.
The whole cast made the show what it is, pure geniuse.
Ronnie, Fulton, Richard and now Brian were all true masters of comedy.


Thursday 27 March 2008 - 01:30

From: Matt W

Rating of this site: Excellent

Great site here mate.
Porridge was a fantastic sitcom. I agree with the fellow before me it seems these types of quality sitcoms have become redundant nowadays which is unfortunate.

Also saddened to hear of the death of Brian Wilde. He was a super character in Porridge.


Monday 24 March 2008 - 13:14

From: Geoff Forster

Rating of this site: Excellent

A wonderful website dedicated to most probably the greatest comedy show of em all.

Sir, I salute you.

Geoff Forster


Monday 24 March 2008 - 00:05

From: Collin Wimble

Rating of this site: Excellent

I'm so sad that Brian has passed away, but now he can rejoin Ronnie & Richard & Fulton for a few more laughs. I can only imagine the four of them back together again. If only we had a channel from up there with them on it! Time still down here would be much funnier. Back to the dvds! Rest in peace Brian and best wishes to his family at this sad time. x


Sunday 23 March 2008 - 21:29

From: Lewis

Rating of this site: Excellent

Sad to hear of Brian Wildes's death! Top actor!

R.I.P


Friday 21 March 2008 - 18:59

From: St Ives

Rating of this site: Excellent

My uncle "horrible Ives" nicest man I ever met


Friday 21 March 2008 - 00:42

From: Paul Reece

Rating of this site: Excellent

Website: www.flexiblesanders.co.uk

I am very sorry to hear of Brian's death, I'm 44 and grew up with the best of the British comedy sitcoms, through the 70's, 80's and 90's. From Dad's army, Porridge, Hi-de-hi, allo allo, minder, only fools and horses, the list goes on.........some truely excellent scripts,dialogue and characters ! The BBC used to show top notch comedy but I feel since the mid nineties comedy has become apathetic, I really can't think of a decent comedy sitcom since then that is entertaining and will stand the test of time with those mentioned above,..........where have all the decent script writers gone or is this country too PC these days?


Thursday 20 March 2008 - 23:19

From: Mike Yates

Rating of this site: Not Bad

I've stumbled upon your homepage by accident after hearing of Brian Wilde's death. I've looked down your cast list of Porridge and couldn't believe that Richard Beckinsale who played Godber isn't listed neither is Fulton Mackay the nasty prison officer with the Scottish accent these 2 actors were main characters of the show and to miss them out is stupid

Note from Porridge webmaster: The reason they are not on the page to which you refer is that those actors have their own pages which are referred to on the main cast list page. So to make it more clear I have added the links to the page with the other bios as well.


Thursday 20 March 2008 - 17:48

From: Jamie H

Rating of this site: Good

Brian Wilde was a master at playing a comedy role perfectly straight,and the timing and delivery of his lines were quite superb.
I'm not fond of Summer Wine but Wilde's performance and the scenery made it worth watching.


Thursday 20 March 2008 - 17:34

From: Andrew

Rating of this site: Excellent

I just heard about Brian Wilde passing and I came here to pass the news on but you're clearly ahead of me.
Hope he RIP, he was awesome as Barrowclough. Really played the nervousness well and made the character seem real. It's been said by many actors that he was a genuinely good and intellegent man. I wish I got the chance to meet him. RIP.


Thursday 20 March 2008 - 16:14

From: Simon Ladd

Rating of this site: Excellent

The passing of Brian Wilde is extremely sad but as Mr. Mackay would say "Pull youself together!". The positive thing that we his fans should always remember is that his professional life was spent making people smile. He certainly left this world happier than when he arrived. Another true gentleman has departed and we are all the poorer for it. My thoughts are with his family at this time.


Thursday 20 March 2008 - 15:12

From: Mick

Rating of this site: Excellent

brian greatly missed


Thursday 20 March 2008 - 14:45

From: Eddie Knipe

Rating of this site: Excellent

Website: groups.msn.com/EddieKnipe

Sad to hear of the death of a fine actor and the man who held the scallywags in order in Last of the Summer Wine. RIP Brian and thanks for all the laughs!


Thursday 20 March 2008 - 14:33

From: Misterduncan

Rating of this site: Excellent

Website: youtube.com/duncaninchina

Very sad to hear the passing of Brian Wilde. His roles in both "Porridge" and "Last of the Summer wine" will be watched and enjoyed by generations to come. Another Comedy treasure lost to us!


Thursday 6 March 2008 - 20:26

From: Ann

Rating of this site: Excellent

i have just started collecting the ronnie barker magazine. i have always loved porridge and have watched it over and over again, i find as funny now as i did the first time. there will never be anything so funny the comedy is so simple and dry,there will be no one like norman stanley fletcher,i love him


Thursday 28 February 2008 - 03:02

From: Andi Sadler

Rating of this site: Excellent

excellent presentation of a tribute to an excellent sitcom. porridge was in itself a legend never again to be repeated on british television.


Tuesday 26 February 2008 - 15:10

From: Heath Garrioch

Rating of this site: Good

Does anyone know which font was used for the opening titles?

Note from Porridge webmaster: The font used was Futura Display.


Sunday 24 February 2008 - 20:56:37

From: Veronica

Rating of this site: Excellent

Hey there,
Absulote Class, can't say anything but that,
Really love the website, Ronnie Barker was sheer class,
Keep up the good work
Veronica.


Saturday 26 January 2008 - 23:00:45

From: Russ Penska

Rating of this site: Excellent

I love porridge. Its so cool. I am gay, that will probably explain it. I have a very big nose.


Tuesday 22 January 2008 - 15:19:58

From: Trevor Wilkinson

Rating of this site: Excellent

How great that a ronnie barker tribute d.v.d and mag is out on dvd 1 there is a clip from blue peter on the porridge set talking to ronnie richard and fulton I hope that it is possible for you to add this blue peter clip to your site also I found the beyond the box clip of fletch in his pub on you tube this would also be great to see on this site, keep up the great work.


Tuesday 22 January 2008 - 11:05:00

From: Claire Wilson

Rating of this site: Good

i think that porridge website is reallyy goooodd and soo interestingg..


Tuesday 22 January 2008 - 02:57:37

From: Ronnie Forest

Rating of this site: Excellent

really good to know that ronnie wont be forgotten, Porridge is still my favourite sit com and always will,i have ronnies books dvds everything what a fantastic guy.


Friday 4 January 2008 - 20:56:37

From: Hrafnkell

Rating of this site: Excellent

Website: engjaskoli.is/kennsluforrit.htm

Many thanks for this brilliant site. I have been following Porridge on the BBC Prime Channel in Iceland. Just ordered the christmas specials from Amazon. A great tribute to a lovely TV programme.

Thanks,

Keli




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