This Country. Image shows from L to R: Kerry Mucklowe (Daisy May Cooper), Lee 'Kurtan' Mucklowe (Charlie Cooper). Copyright: BBC
This Country

This Country

  • Online sitcom
  • 2017 - 2020
  • 19 episodes (3 series)

Mockumentary series exploring the lives of young people in modern rural Britain. Stars Daisy May Cooper, Charlie Cooper, Paul Chahidi, Trevor Cooper, Michael Sleggs and more.

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The Aftermath, Episode 1

This Country. Image shows from L to R: Lee 'Kurtan' Mucklowe (Charlie Cooper), Kerry Mucklowe (Daisy May Cooper). Copyright: BBC
This one-off special investigates the fallout from Kerry's criminality.

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Further details

This one-off special investigates the fallout from Kerry's criminality.

During the second series, Kerry's trusting nature was taken advantage of and she became embroiled in a criminal enterprise with her devious father, Martin. As the police's net tightened around the Mucklowes, Kerry was left with a direct choice: save her father or save herself.

Eight months on, the crew returns to the Cotswolds to investigate what has happened to both the Mucklowe family and the village community as a whole.


On iPlayer from 10am on 10th October, and then shown on BBC One a week later.

Publication details

Wednesday 10th October 2018
30 minutes


Show past repeats

Date Time Channel
Saturday 13th October 2018 10:30pm BBC1
Sunday 23rd December 2018 11:45pm BBC1
Monday 24th December 2018 12:15am BBC1 Wales
Monday 24th December 2018 12:45am BBC1 Scot
Tuesday 18th August 2020 10:00pm Dave
Wednesday 19th August 2020 2:30am Dave
Wednesday 30th June 2021 10:00pm Dave

Cast & crew

Daisy May Cooper Kerry Mucklowe
Charlie Cooper Lee 'Kurtan' Mucklowe
Paul Chahidi Reverend Francis Seaton
Trevor Cooper Len Clifton
Michael Sleggs Michael 'Slugs' Slugett
Daisy May Cooper (as Ivy Woodcock) Sue Mucklowe (Voice)
Guest cast
David Hargreaves Arthur Andrews
Colin Wakeman Colin Cresswell
Holly Atkins Sandra Prounty
Dainton Anderson Marvin Mucklowe
Zachary Liddell Martin Mucklowe Jr
Mark Kempner Terry Clarke
Colin Mace Trevor Bagstone
Steve Knibbs Self
Writing team
Daisy May Cooper (as Daisy Cooper) Writer
Charlie Cooper Writer
Daisy May Cooper (as Daisy Cooper) Story
Charlie Cooper Story
Tom George Story
Simon Mayhew-Archer Story
Production team
Tom George Director
Matt Bell 1st Assistant Director
Simon Mayhew-Archer Producer
Stephen McCrum Executive Producer
Francis Gilson Line Producer
Chris Sussman Executive Producer
Craig Harbour Editor
Mo Holden Production Designer
Jane Ripley Casting Director
Nick Martin Director of Photography
Ashley Ann Andrews Costume Designer
Emily Bilverstone Make-up Designer
Tim Brockbank Graphics
Gregor Sharp Commissioning Editor


Kurtan on losing his job

The bowls club has hired a new bar manager and Kurtan isn't happy about it.

Featuring: Daisy May Cooper (Kerry Mucklowe) & Charlie Cooper (Lee 'Kurtan' Mucklowe).

Bonus Extra Scenes

Some scenes that were cut out of the special episode of This Country.

Featuring: Daisy May Cooper (Kerry Mucklowe) & Charlie Cooper (Lee 'Kurtan' Mucklowe).

Kerry's Crumpet Holes

Kerry is disappointed to find that her crumpets don't have holes.

Featuring: Daisy May Cooper (Kerry Mucklowe).

The Ultimate Car Singalong

Kerry Mucklowe and Reverend Francis Seaton sing along to Ten Black Spiders.

Featuring: Daisy May Cooper (Kerry Mucklowe).


This Country - the Aftermath review

This Country is funny. Not so much with the LOLs, but as a comedy of the silent squirm, it is unbeatable.

Alastair McKay, Evening Standard, 12th October 2018

This Country - the Aftermath review

Bawdy, witty, cruel... Shakespeare would be proud.

Sean O'Grady, The Independent, 10th October 2018

Review: This Country - The Aftermath

Writers/stars/real-life siblings Daisy May Cooper and Charlie Cooper are terrific as Kerry and Kurtan.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 10th October 2018

This Country: The Aftermath review

In a hilarious special episode, Kerry was forced to give up on her father, while Kurtan mourned his job at the bowls club.

Sarah Carson, i Newspaper, 10th October 2018

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