New six-part BBC comedy mockumentary exploring the lives of young people in modern rural Britain, focusing on cousins Kerry and Kurtan and their lives in the Cotswolds and written by and starring brother and sister Daisy May Cooper and Charlie Cooper.
Daisy May and Charlie play Kerry and Lee "Kurtan" Mucklowe, a pair of track-suited cousins washing about, bored to tears, in a fictional, dead-end Cotswolds village.
Based on Cirencester in Gloucestershire where Daisy May and Charlie grew up, it is the sort of place where so little happens that a scarecrow-making competition becomes one of the highlights of the year.
The tedium and the stifling lack of opportunity forces the characters, who are supposedly being filmed for a documentary exploring why young people in rural Britain "feel more marginalised than ever", to create their own daily dramas and myths. It is, by some distance, the funniest thing on television at the moment.
Here are some clips:
Anyone for Laser Quest?
Meet Big Mandy
Kerry and Kurtan's Blasphemy
Big Mandy's Tattoo Book
Kerry the Businesswoman
Matt LeBlanc and Chris Harris embark on an all-season US road trip in the latest convertible supercars from Lamborghini and Porsche, journeying from broiling desert to snowy mountain. Back at the test track, Rory Reid sets the toughest of driving challenges for Chris and the Alfa Romeo Giulia, while former Doctor Who actor David Tennant takes a spin in the new Reasonably Fast Car.
Chris Harris next to an Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio
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