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  • 2011
  • 1 Season
  • 7.2  (728)

Campus is a British television sitcom that was first broadcast on Channel 4 in 2009. The series revolves around the lives of staff and students at the fictional University of Kirke, a second-rate English university renowned for its lack of academic prowess. The show features an ensemble cast of talented actors, including Andy Nyman as the uptight Vice Chancellor, Joseph Millson as the charismatic and sleazy Head of Marketing, Sara Pascoe as the sardonic feminist lecturer, Will Adamsdale as the perennially single lecturer, Dolly Wells as the ditzy student liaison officer, Lisa Jackson as the aggressive HR manager, Jonathan Bailey as the arrogant and manipulative student union president, and Katherine Ryan as the abrasive Canadian lecturer.

The first season of the show opens with the arrival of new Vice Chancellor, Jonty de Wolfe, who is determined to turn Kirke into a world-class university. However, he faces a number of challenges from the outset, including a bumbling and unprofessional staff, apathetic students, and a series of scandals and mishaps that threaten to derail his plans.

Over the course of the season, viewers are treated to a raucous and irreverent look at university life, as the various characters navigate their way through a series of hilarious and often absurd situations. From a student protest that turns into a riot, to a talent show that descends into chaos, to a staff away day that ends with everyone getting drunk and revealing their deepest, darkest secrets, there is never a dull moment at the University of Kirke.

In addition to its comedic value, Campus also addresses a number of serious issues facing universities today, including the pressure to maintain high rankings, the increasing corporatization of academic institutions, the precarious position of casualised staff, and the challenges faced by women and minorities in academia.

Overall, Campus is a witty and engaging show that offers a unique perspective on the world of higher education. With its excellent ensemble cast, sharp writing, and irreverent tone, it is sure to appeal to anyone who has ever attended or worked at a university, and anyone who enjoys a good laugh.

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The Final Preliminary Report of Doom
6. The Final Preliminary Report of Doom
May 10, 2011
The Day of Reckoning. Stomachs and hearts are in knots as George prepares to deliver the bad news. 'The News" however, turns out to be not quite what they anticipated, leaving everyone with a new set of ever more complicated problems to unpick.
5. Post-Coital
May 3, 2011
As George puts the finishing touches to her Final Report, Matt is plunged into total crisis over his recent shenannigans and the thought that he might actually have genuine feelings for another member of the human race.
Come Together
4. Come Together
April 26, 2011
Philandering English Professor, Matt Beer, is on a mission to woo icy business consultant George into knee-trembling, resolve-weakening, book-cooking submission.
Hurricane George
3. Hurricane George
April 19, 2011
The arrival of a restructuring guru, in the shapely shape of George Bryan, sends a chill wind up many a Kirke trouser leg.
The Culling Fields
2. The Culling Fields
April 12, 2011
Jonty is forced to make huge spending cuts and the Kirke University rumour mill goes into paranoid overdrive. No one's job is safe, it seems. Apart from those whose jobs are safe, of course.
Publication, Publication, Publication
1. Publication, Publication, Publication
April 5, 2011
According to Vice Chancellor Jonty De Wolfe, Kirke University's bank balance and academic reputation both need a bit of a boost.
  • Premiere Date
    April 5, 2011
  • IMDB Rating
    7.2  (728)