Britons and others of their followers in Europe especially have waited much too long for this series to become available into the public domain, 22 years in fact (as I write this comment today)!
Yes Prime Minister began in 1986 and has been a great success as a British offering of insightful humour and political finesse at telling it like it is.
With a trillion dollars (or Euros for that matter) spent on an unneeded war here and there, fifty billion dollars that Bill Gates is sitting on from an abusive monopoly, or half a billion over at MSLO (the Martha Stewart benevolent stock foundation), no one seems to care to do anything that would really contribute to some good in the enjoyment and understanding to the functioning of human affairs through appropriate programming material for edification and discussion.
Instead, just tell these folks you'd like to support someone who really really can run fast. faster than anyone in fact. And yes, that seems to do more for their sense of sanity in what is important to them. Some mistaken notions of egaletarian nirvana that an exertion of raw physical strength or pure stamina with no regard to the mindset that is instead supported over cultural contributions that have a higher threshold of measure of merit. And so we have sunk into the abyss and into the inane. It is because people have made the choices to make it so, not for any other reason. As a potential Prime Minister of Britain, I would have had no hesitancy whatever in making ALL BBC material available into the public domain for the entire world as an outreach fit for a better mindset of missionary that really does want to see a genuine improvement in such areas as standards of articulation etc. Instead, they goad in the French etc to make other contributions with them in a misguided attempt at improving some kind of schooling elsewhere using means they have only in their own minds seen as fit to better our world.
It would have been at a small cost to do. anyways, having waited long enough, and finding these programs very very scarce in the stores for some years now, I say enough1 Please have the stuff and share freely as these folks that make decisions are too inane to share where it costs them nothing to do, in fact. Compared to anything they are doing now, or would better do with intellectual resources that have no incremental cost to make available by such means as are employed here.
That said, I should point out that we have not included the extras from the DVD such as a full one hour episode from volume one that isn't shown in the list of episodes for the program run at the IMDB database on the internet. We instead have all 16 episodes here that are in fact listed, and in 720 x 480 on volume one followed by 640 X 480 on the remaining volumes to give you something to compare to without complaint we expect as there is no noticeable difference to the naked eye we find in most peoples minds. full audio at 128Kb. many converters that are easily enough downloadable will fit this entire program into an ipod for you. We like those that have a nicer (larger) screen than the usual model from Apple although apple has never let us down for quality otherwise, I can tell you from having spent many years in the software development business. Please enjoy! Michael Chessman (Robin Hood of a harmless sort as you will find no victims here. Merci!)