The Tally Ho – Episode 12: A Change of Mind

Welcome to The Tally Ho, a podcast about the classic TV series The Prisoner. In this episode we look at A Change of Mind, the twelfth episode of The Prisoner.

Number 6 (Patrick McGoohan) is hauled before the Village committee on charges of being “unmutual”, an anti-social member of the community. Unable and unwilling to engage with the process that is expected to rehabilitate him, he faces the prospect of undergoing “instant social conversion” at the hands of the Village surgeons. But Number 2 (John Sharp) has his own plan in mind to try and get Number 6 to finally reveal why he resigned.

Join us as we discuss this episode which touches on political show trials, social isolation and mob mentality. And stay tuned for the news from the world of The Prisoner from Rick Davy of The Unmutual.


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2 thoughts on “The Tally Ho – Episode 12: A Change of Mind

  1. On “Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling” look out for the cast member it shares with Dunkirk (now that’s an acting career)

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