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Twitter feed Very British Problems is adapted for television. The show features different famous faces talking about the crushing weirdness and awkwardness of life as a Brit. Very British Problems is a Documentary & Biography series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (7 episodes). The series first aired on September 6, 2015. It has moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 7.2.

Very British Problems is available for streaming on the Channel 4 website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Very British Problems on demand at Tubi TV Amazon Prime, Tubi TV online.

Thursday at 09:00 PM et/pt on Channel 4
2 Seasons, 7 Episodes
September 6, 2015
Documentary & Biography
Cast: Julie Walters, Stephen Mangan, James Corden, Vic Reeves
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Very British Problems Full Episode Guide

  • Comics and celebrities share their problems with going on holiday, from unwanted vacation friends to the sheer relief at the vacation finally ending and being able to go home

  • Famous faces offer their views on issues faced while on holiday, talking about those bizarre behaviours Brits display when they're out of our comfort zone and bombarded with languages, customs and situations they just don't understand Grace Dent and Alex Brooker share their airport taxi abduction anxieties, while other topics raised include how to stop holiday friendships with other Brits developing and the collective sigh of relief when it's all over.

  • Celebrities including James Corden, Jack Whitehall, David Tennant and Catherine Tate offer their observations on Brits at school. Topics up for discussion include sex education classes, the horror of mouldy PE kits, and how the UK became a nation of binge drinkers.

  • Why is it Brits struggle to express emotions and feelings? From the inner rage kept to ourselves, to being totally unable to receive a compliment, the show revels in our national traits and oddities.

  • From the resentment we feel making tea for everyone at work, to the performance anxiety of packing your shopping in front of everyone at the checkout - why do we feel these oddities?

  • What are the rules of small talk? How many times can you ask someone to repeat themselves before giving up and hoping for the best? And what does James Corden mean when he offers to help wash up?

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