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This satirical comedy created by Andy Hamilton and Guy Jenkin is written just hours before transmission and stars Jack Dee, Claire Skinner, Kevin McNally, Andy Nyman, Archie Panjabi and Amelia Bullmore.
Power Monkeys follows both sides of the EU referendum, along with some of the most prominent international politicians on Donald Trump's campaign plane and inside Vladimir Putin's Presidential office. Highlighting the follies and foibles of contemporary politics, creators Andy Hamilton and Guy Jenkin write much of the show in the hours leading up to transmission.
With just over a week until the vote, tensions are high in the EU referendum camps. In the Unity Unit the PM is coming to visit and Ruby is making cheesecake, while the Brexit team have their suspicions about Malgosia. Oleg reminisces about Angela Merkel, and the Trump team attempt to woo women.
This innovative satirical comedy created by Andy Hamilton and Guy Jenkin grapples with politics in an up-to-the-minute way and stars Jack Dee, Claire Skinner, Kevin McNally, Andy Nyman, Archie Panjabi and Amelia Bullmore. There's one day left for the EU referendum camps to sway the waverers. In the Unity Unit, Sara is trying her best to manage conflict and in the Brexit camp, Jackie wants to be eaten by eagles. Brett is practising his best interpretive flamenco, and Team Putin are putting world leaders in their place.
The down-to-the-wire comedy series from Andy Hamilton and Guy Jenkin offers an up-to-the-minute spin on political satire. The results are in, the UK's fate has been decided. Tony is keen to begin the healing process, Preeya departs into government, and the David Cameron fudge has morphed into a sad metaphor. Over on Trump's plane, Bea and the team are in operation damage control while over in the Kremlin, Oleg is in operation elk control.
The topical comedy series created by Andy Hamilton and Guy Jenkin that illustrates the dynamic nature of contemporary politics by having content written in the hours leading up to transmission. The dust has settled in both EU referendum camps. Spencer has moved onto scolding the Premier League and zigzag haircuts, while Tony endeavours to save his marriage... to the Tory party. Alexei wants everyone to know he has a sledgehammer, and Donald Trump is having another bad hair day.
The closing episode of Andy Hamilton and Guy Jenkin's topical comedy series, much of which is written hours before transmission, offers satire exhibiting the trials, tribulations and train wrecks of current affairs. The Unity Unit has resorted to violence, Oleg has resorted to betrayal, Bea has resorted to tyranny and Gerry learns the healing power of the truth, all on Spencer's wedding day!
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