People Just Do Nothing. Image shows from L to R: Decoy (Daniel Sylvester Woolford), Steves (Steve Stamp), Grindah (Allan Mustafa), Beats (Hugo Chegwin). Copyright: Roughcut Television.

People Just Do Nothing

BBC Two and BBC Three and BBC Three (Online) sitcom about a pirate radio station. 28 episodes (pilot + 5 series), 2012 - 2018. Stars Allan Mustafa, Hugo Chegwin, Asim Chaudhry, Steve Stamp and others.

People Just Do Nothing. Image shows from L to R: Chabuddy G (Asim Chaudhry), Beats (Hugo Chegwin), Grindah (Allan Mustafa), Steves (Steve Stamp), Decoy (Daniel Sylvester Woolford). Copyright: Roughcut Television.

People Just Do Nothing

Mockumentary that follows the lives of people connected to the West London pirate radio station Kurupt FM

Genre
Sitcom
Broadcast
2012 - 2018
Channels
BBC Two, BBC Three, BBC Three (Online)
Episodes
28   (1 pilot + 5 series), plus 2 Comic Relief specials
Creators
Steve Stamp, Allan Mustafa and Hugo Chegwin
Starring
Allan Mustafa, Hugo Chegwin, Asim Chaudhry, Steve Stamp, Daniel Sylvester Woolford, Lily Brazier, Ruth Bratt, George Keywood and others
Writers
Steve Stamp and Allan Mustafa
Director
Jack Clough
Producers
Jon Petrie, Jack Clough and Ash Atalla

A mockumentary that goes behind the microphone of Kurupt FM - the second most popular pirate radio station in West London, receiving up to eight texts per show and playing the finest in UK garage and drum 'n' bass.

Co-founded by the MC Grindah and DJ Beats in 2002, the station has now built up a following of over a hundred people and has attracted the attention of the BBC who are making a documentary about the lives of those behind Kurupt FM.

Production Details

Part of

Feed My Funny 2012

Production company
Also known as
  • PJDN (Acronym)
  • Feed My Funny: People Just Do Nothing (Other official name)
  • Kurupt FM (Name of the radio station)
Laugh track
None

Broadcast details

First broadcast
Friday 17th August 2012 on BBC Three at 10pm
Last new broadcast
Monday 17th December 2018 on BBC Two at 10pm
Last repeat
Saturday 23rd September 2017 at 11:55pm on BBC1

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