Brookside fans aim for TV rerun and more DVD releases.
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ATV Today’s Flashback takes a look at one of ITV’s ‘forgotten serials’ in Southern Television’s Together.
Following the success of the 30th anniversary Brookside DVD, fans of the long running Channel 4 soap are campaigning for more.
With the Prospect Park deal, to bring One Life to Live and All My Children to the internet, seemingly back on track we wonder which other fallen soap operas would you like to return with new episodes premiering online?
After years of campaigning by Lee Brady today sees the fan-effort finally pay off. From today you can buy a collection of classic episodes of Brookside on DVD for the first time in Brookside: Most Memorable Moments.
The director of Emmerdale‘s forthcoming live episode has been revealed.
After years of campaigning by the Brookside DVD Campaign, headed by Lee Brady, Channel 4 have finally confirmed the DVD is to be sold as part of the network’s 30th anniversary.
Fans of Brookside have launched a campaign on Facebook to get Channel 5 to revive the Liverpool based soap.
Former stars of Channel 4 soap Brookside are backing an internet campaign to bring out a “Best of” DVD. An online petition already has more than 4,500 fan signitures and now previous cast members are calling for episodes to be re-released including, Dean Sullivan, Louis Emerik, Suzanne Collins, Bryan Murray and more. Gritty storylines included Soaps first lesbian kiss and the murder of wife-beater Trevor Jordach who was