The occasional series returns as Joey Essex goes on a mission to meet the Queen on her birthday. To help prepare him for a meeting of this magnitude, former royal correspondent Jennie Bond is on hand to school Joey in the ways of the Royal Family. He meets an elocution expert, a corgi trainer and learns to play polo, before a chance encounter with Prince Philip.
The hilarious occasional series returns. Joey tries his hand at politics once again as he travels the length and breadth of the UK to meet politicians including Boris Johnson, Jeremy Corbyn and Nigel Farage. Mr Essex hopes to learn about the upcoming EU referendum and encourage other young people to vote, but does he even know what a Brexit is, and if so, what does he think the UK should do?
The occasional series returns as Joey Essex faces his toughest challenge yet: to get a GCSE in general studies! Ten years ago, Joey left the world of education with just two exam passes. Now he is returning to school to prove to himself and the nation that he has the brain and the willpower to succeed. Helping him along the way is Countdown's Rachel Riley, but after badly failing his mocks, can he turn things around and achieve that all-important pass?