Coming Of Age. Image shows from L to R: Jas (Hannah Job), Ollie (Ceri Phillips), DK (Joe Tracini), Matt (Tony Bignell), Chloe (Anabel Barnston). Copyright: BBC
Coming Of Age

Coming Of Age

  • TV sitcom
  • BBC Three
  • 2007 - 2011
  • 23 episodes (3 series)

A bawdy, loud teen sitcom from writer Tim Dawson about a group of friends at college together in Abingdon. Also features Anabel Barnston, Tony Bignell, Hannah Job, Ceri Phillips, Joe Tracini and more.

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Series 3, Episode 3 - My Idiot Bf

Ollie believes he may be the next big thing in the art world as he bares his bottom art to the world, with the support of his muse, Jas.

Preview clips

Further details

Coming Of Age. Robyn (Minnie Ayres). Copyright: BBC

DK can't believe his luck with his dad Jim back in his life and things really starting to look up. Jim is a professional poker player and it looks like he may soon make enough to support DK and his mum. However, trouble may be afoot when he asks his trusting son for a favour.

Broadcast details

Date
Tuesday 1st February 2011
Time
10:30pm
Channel
BBC Three
Length
30 minutes

Repeats

Show past repeats

Date Time Channel
Wednesday 2nd February 2011 1:45am BBC3
Saturday 5th February 2011 12:45am BBC3
Monday 7th February 2011 2:30am BBC3
Sunday 27th November 2011 2:50am BBC3

Cast & crew

Cast
Anabel Barnston Chloe
Tony Bignell Matt
Hannah Job Jas
Ceri Phillips Ollie
Joe Tracini DK
Ellen Thomas Principal
Matthew Earley Mr De Wilde
Minnie Ayres (as Minnie Crowe) Robyn
Guest cast
Daniel Peacock Jim Karrimor (DK's Dad)
Roxanne Ricketts Sixth Former
Graham Stothard Sixth Former
Writing team
Tim Dawson Writer
Susan Nickson Script Editor
Production team
Ed Bye Director
Simon London Producer
Anne Gilchrist Executive Producer
Richard Halladay Editor
Jim Holloway Production Designer
Kate Goes Composer
Ben Hales Composer

Videos

Say Something Weird

Jas and Chloe spookily keep saying the same words at the same time, will it ever end?

View this clip on the BBC website

Featuring: Anabel Barnston (Chloe), Minnie Crowe (Robyn) & Hannah Job (Jas).

I'd Rather Not Hear About It, Dad

DK's Dad shares too much information...! But will DK be able to make a rap about it?

View this clip on the BBC website

Featuring: Joe Tracini (DK) & Daniel Peacock (Jim Karrimor).

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