UK PREMIERE: David Tennant Appears On Very British Problems At School Tonight


Tonight sees David Tennant make a return to the TV cringefest Very British Problems as the new series launches on Channel 4 at 10pm. Famous faces discuss the nation's capacity for social awkwardness, whether it's avoiding eye contact or making small talk. David previously appeared on the show's Christmas special in December 2015.

Episode 1: Very British Problems At School.
Some of Britain's best-known comedians and famous faces share their anecdotal experiences and observations on the peculiar behaviour of Brits at school, with friends, and on holiday. To start the new series, Very British Problems at School includes 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, Javone Prince, Susan Calman and Rebecca Front. The show remembers sex education classes, the horror of mouldy PE kits, and how we became a nation of binge drinkers. While Catherine Tate remembers her first kiss, James Corden recalls his extreme pubic hair anxiety. School is where Brits are taught to do as we're told, to follow the rules, and to be anxious and emotionally stunted at every turn. Very British Problems at School explores how British people's peculiar ability to find confusion, embarrassment and social awkwardness at every turn begins at school and how we learn to decipher the unwritten codes and rules of behaviour the rest of the world doesn't understand.

Tune in to Channel 4 tonight from 10pm...

Watch a clip of David discussing his early love life problems below:

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