July 14, 2005

Weird Welsh Villages Old Stones and Prisoners

Writing about web page http://www.theunmutual.co.uk/

Two of my favourite TV shows are Patrick Mcgoohan's "The Prisoner", and the early 70s show "Children of the Stones" which featured the real life stone circles of Avebury. I now have the wonderful opportunity to celebrate both those shows in August at an event being held in the wonderfully weird village of Portmeirion (where many of The Prisoners exteriors were filmed) at which Prisoner and Children of The Stones Director Peter Graham Scott will be speaking (he also directed many Dangerman and Avengers episdoes).

More details on this event for anyone else with an interest in such great 60s and 70s TV at:
http://www.theunmutual.co.uk/
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