An Immigrant's Guide To Britain. Henning Wehn
An Immigrant's Guide To Britain

An Immigrant's Guide To Britain

  • TV comedy
  • Channel 4
  • 2015 - 2016
  • 4 episodes (1 series)

Henning Wehn leads an irreverent guide to life in Britain from the perspective of some of its most notoriously polarising inhabitants. Stars Henning Wehn, Mark Silcox, Veronika Szabo, Kwame Obosei and Kamil Lemieszewski

Episode menu

Series 1, Episode 3

In this episode, amongst other things, we find out whether telling a stranger that you have an angry rash on your testicles is too much information.

Preview clips

Further details

Henning meets an etiquette expert who becomes very frustrated with his uncouth laugh, Indian born Mark gets a dressing down at Bingo while Obosei tries a pie in a tin for the first time with unexpected results. Hungarian Veronika tries to work out how close is too close when it comes to invading someone's personal space and we find out whether telling a stranger that you have an angry rash on your testicles is too much information.

Broadcast details

Date
Monday 13th June 2016
Time
10pm
Channel
Channel 4
Length
30 minutes

Repeats

Show past repeats

Date Time Channel
Tuesday 14th June 2016 2:30am 4seven
Friday 17th June 2016 12:05am C4
Monday 20th June 2016 2:00am 4seven

Cast & crew

Cast
Henning Wehn Host / Presenter
Mark Silcox Self
Veronika Szabo Self
Kwame Obosei Self
Kamil Lemieszewski Self
Guest cast
Marie-Hélène Ferguson Guest
Production team
Benjamin Green Series Director
Benjamin Green Series Producer
Becky Timothy Producer
Emily Hudd Executive Producer
Iain Wimbush Executive Producer
Louise McGregor Producer/Director
Mike Bradley Producer/Director
Mus Mustafa Producer/Director
Christian Watt Producer/Director
Andy Linton Editor
Andy Kinnear Editor
Brian P Campbell Editor
Toby Knowles Composer

Video

Bad, Unwanted Business Advice

Mark approaches some small business with his own inventive ideas for them to prosper.

Featuring: Mark Silcox.

Press

This is a comedy series, but with the EU referendum debate becoming ever more poisonous it's often hard to see the funny side here. Presented by German comedian Henning Wehn, it's a humorous documentary telling newcomers how to fit into Britain. But for how long can we chuckle about Boris when he stands ready to pull Britain out of the EU before making a grab at becoming Prime Minister?

It's hard to push aside the awful image of PM Bo-Jo shaking hands with President Trump and that rather intrudes on this light-hearted show about the quirks of British life. But tonight, Wehn encourages us to forget our looming fears and laugh about British horrors such as tinned pies and bingo and the even greater terror of standing too close to someone.

Julie McDowall, The National (Scotland), 13th June 2016

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