Birds Of A Feather. Image shows from L to R: Sharon Theodopolopodous (Pauline Quirke), Dorien Green (Lesley Joseph), Tracey Stubbs (Linda Robson). Copyright: Alomo Productions / Retort
Birds Of A Feather

Birds Of A Feather (1989)

  • TV sitcom
  • ITV1 / BBC One
  • 1989 - 2020
  • 128 episodes (12 series)

Sitcom about mismatched sisters Tracey and Sharon, and their glamorous friend, Dorien. Stars Pauline Quirke, Linda Robson, Lesley Joseph, Charlie Quirke, Samuel James and more.

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Birds Of A Feather stars: 'We were the 1st Essex girls'

Twenty years before The Only Way Is Essex introduced the world to fake tan and vajazzles, millions of TV viewers were just as ­captivated by Sharon, Tracey and Dorien in the BBC's hit comedy Birds of a Feather. Now, 10 years after they filmed the final episode, they have signed up for a nationwide tour to bring the characters up to date.

Andrew Dagnell, The Mirror, 16th October 2011

Tearful live TV reunion for Robson and Quirke

They've not been together on screen for more than a decade. So it was a tearful reunion for Linda Robson and Pauline Quirke today as the Birds of a Feather stars came together again on TV.

Daily Mail, 20th July 2011

Birds Of A Feather to return - live on stage

Pauline Quirke has confirmed plans for a Birds Of A Feather live stage show in 2012.

British Comedy Guide, 17th May 2011

Interview: Birds Of A Feather

As the first two series of BBC sitcom Birds Of A Feather come to DVD, we caught up with two of the show's stars - Linda Robson and Lesley Joseph - to chat about the show...

Paul Johnston, Yahoo, 26th August 2010

Pauline Quirke eyes 'Birds of a Feather' return

Birds of a Feather actress Pauline Quirke insists she's ready to resume the role she's best remembered for - if it's in an old folks' home.

Paul English, Daily Record, 7th August 2010

Birds of a Feather set for comeback

TV smash-hit Birds of a Feather could make a comeback - as long as the scripts are great.

The Mirror, 4th March 2009

Birds of a Feather: please don't!

Oh good grief! Is there no end to this plundering of the archives for old shows to bring back? The latest wheeze, according to the Daily Mirror, is that some misguided TV production types are considering bringing back Birds of a Feather.

Mark Wright, The Stage, 4th March 2009

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