Fresh Meat. Image shows from L to R: Kingsley (Joe Thomas), Vod (Zawe Ashton), Josie (Kimberley Nixon), JP (Jack Whitehall), Howard (Greg McHugh), Oregon (Charlotte Ritchie). Copyright: Objective Productions / Lime Pictures.

Fresh Meat

Channel 4 comedy drama. 30 episodes (4 series), 2011 - 2016. Stars Jack Whitehall, Joe Thomas, Charlotte Ritchie, Kimberley Nixon, Zawe Ashton, Greg McHugh, Tony Gardner and others.

Series 2, Episode 6

The Geography students go on a field trip, and Kingsley makes an official complaint when things don't go to plan.

Further details

Fresh Meat. Dan (Robert Webb). Copyright: Objective Productions / Lime Pictures.

Spurred on by a righteous sense of getting-his-money's-worth, Kingsley makes an official complaint, but when a field trip goes awry, things come to a head for him and JP.

Vod's future as a student is put in jeopardy unless she can find some clean urine, and Oregon begins to fall for Dylan.

Josie decides not to tell anyone that she has been kicked off her course and petitions to get back on.

Broadcast details

Date
Tuesday 13th November 2012
Time
10pm
Channel
Channel 4
Length
55 minutes

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    Cast & crew

    Regular cast
    Jack Whitehall JP
    Joe Thomas Kingsley
    Charlotte Ritchie Oregon
    Kimberley Nixon Josie
    Zawe Ashton Vod
    Greg McHugh Howard
    Jelka Van Houten Sabine
    Sophie Wu Heather
    Robert Webb Dan
    Ronan Raftery Dylan
    Guest cast
    Sanjeev Kohli Dr Minaj
    Joe Hughes Student
    Frog Stone Nurse
    Writing team
    Annie Griffin Writer
    Tony Roche Writer (Additional Material)
    Hannah Mackay Script Editor
    Production team
    Annie Griffin Director
    Rhonda Smith Producer
    Judy Counihan Executive Producer
    Phil Clarke Executive Producer
    Andrew Newman Executive Producer
    Sam Bain Executive Producer
    Jesse Armstrong Executive Producer
    Charlie Fawcett Editor
    Tom Sayer Production Designer
    Christian Henson Composer

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