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Comedians and media personalities reveal what they really think of modern day issues.
Celebs remember sex education classes, mouldy PE kits, and how we became a nation of binge drinkers. Catherine Tate remembers her first kiss, and James Corden recalls his extreme pubic hair anxiety.
The second series of the show that looks at how Brits struggle with social awkwardness, narrated by Julie Walters. Some of Britain's best-known comedians and famous faces share their anecdotal experiences and observations on the peculiar behaviour of Brits with friends, including James Corden, David Tennant, Stephen Mangan, Danny Dyer, Vic Reeves, Bob Mortimer, Romesh Ranganathan and Rebecca Front. Britain is officially not very friendly, ranking way down as the 55th friendliest country in the world. While Americans have up to seven close friends, and the French have four, Brits can count their innermost circle on the fingers of... two fingers.
The final show in the series looks at the Very British Problems we take with us on holiday - those bizarre behaviours we display when we're out of our comfort zone and bombarded with language, customs and situations we just don't understand, as seen through the eyes of some of Britain's best-known faces: with contributions from James Corden, Jack Whitehall, David Tennant, Catherine Tate, Danny Dyer, Josh Widdicombe, Alex Brooker, Vic Reeves, Bob Mortimer, Grace Dent, Francesca Martinez, Rich Hall, Romesh Ranganathan, Nigel Havers, Javone Prince, Susan Calman, Rebecca Front, Katherine Ryan, Stephen Mangan, Ava Vidal, Rob Beckett and Aisling Bea. Grace Dent and Alex Brooker share their airport taxi abduction anxiety.
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