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Series 2, Episode 2

Famalam. Image shows from L to R: Vivienne Acheampong, John MacMillan
A group of friends duke it out for the Ultimate Prize, Scribbler P schools us on Black Military History, and competitive Aunties battle it out by a relative's death bed.

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Detective Mountree solves more crime with a new Chinese partner, a cosmetically enhanced woman has a wardrobe malfunction at a bus stop, and our favourite competitive Aunties battle it out by a relative's death bed.

Nollywood film giants Fantastic Egusi take on the heist genre, with a sneak peek of the latest binge-watch from Lagos; learn how not to greet a new colleague in the office; and garage MC Scribbler P schools us on Black Military History.

Plus, a group of friends duke it out for the Ultimate Prize...

Broadcast details

Sunday 31st March 2019
BBC Three


Show past repeats

Date Time Channel
Monday 3rd June 2019 10:35pm BBC1
Monday 3rd June 2019 11:35pm BBC1 Scot
Thursday 17th June 2021 10:40pm Dave
Sunday 24th October 2021 12:30am Dave
Tuesday 5th April 2022 11:15pm BBC3
Wednesday 6th April 2022 3:35am BBC3
Wednesday 5th October 2022 3:30am Dave
Wednesday 11th January 2023 2:30am Dave
Wednesday 15th March 2023 3:20am Dave
Sunday 7th May 2023 2:20am Dave
Thursday 15th June 2023 11:55pm BBC3
Friday 16th June 2023 2:30am BBC3

Cast & crew

Samson Kayo Various
Vivienne Acheampong Various
John MacMillan Various
Tom Moutchi Various
Gbemisola Ikumelo Various
Akemnji Ndifornyen Various
Roxy Sternberg (as Roxanne Sternberg) Various
Kieran Hodgson Ensemble Actor
Donna Preston Ensemble Actor
Guest cast
Demmy Ladipo Ensemble Actor
Phil Wang Ensemble Actor
Writing team
Tom Marshall Writer
Akemnji Ndifornyen Writer
Production team
Tom Marshall Director
Akemnji Ndifornyen Producer
Ben Caudell Executive Producer
Chris Sussman Executive Producer
Francis Gilson Line Producer
Gavin Buckley Editor
Martin Christopher Production Designer
Ross Marshall Director of Photography
Lynsey Moore Costume Designer
Nicola Coleman Make-up Designer
Samuel Karl Bohn Composer
Akemnji Ndifornyen Composer
Laurie Mahon 1st Assistant Director
Sarah Asante Commissioning Editor
Gregor Sharp Commissioning Editor


Black People in the Second World War

Garage MC Scribbler P schools us on black military history.

The Overprotective Boyfriend

Don't look at the cheese.

Featuring: Samson Kayo, John MacMillan & Donna Preston.

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