It was 2012 and the country was still on a brutal comedown from the heady high of Cleggmania. Suffice it to say, politics was a little blander back then and young people were in the grips of a deep apathy. We were determined to engage them politically in a way that hadn’t been done before.
How to make politics interesting to a BBC3 audience that was more interested in Lee Nelson than Nelson Mandela.
Balls to the wall satire that stuck it to the man.
We created a TV sensation that made satire feel relevant and exciting again to a whole new generation. It brought home a sweet, sweet Bafta and received another nomination again the following year.
1. TV BAFTA winner Best Comedy in 2012
2. TV BAFTA nominated Best Comedy in 2013
One of our top Creatives has made a film with BBC3!
Save The Children
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