The Work Experience. Image shows from L to R: Shussi (Ryan Sampson), Joanna (Kate Miles), Susan (Diane Morgan), Colby (Sean Power). Copyright: 2LE Media.

The Work Experience

E4 comedy prank show. 6 episodes (1 series) in 2012. Stars Kate Miles, Sean Power, Ryan Sampson and Diane Morgan.

Press Clippings

Alan Davies interview

Alan Davies, 46, has returned to stand-up after a stint as a panellist on QI, but the comedian tells Metro the BBC does have plans to revive Jonathan Creek - albeit on a meagre budget.

Andrew Williams, Metro, 15th November 2012

Gromit 'grand trail' for Bristol Children's hospital

A "grand trail" of 60 Gromit statues are to grace the streets of Bristol for 10 weeks next summer.

BBC News, 15th November 2012

Last Night's Viewing: The Work Experience

The sitcom element of The Work Experience has to be very funny indeed to have any chance of outweighing the odiousness of the concept. Hilarious? Actually, Channel 4's "straight" documentary series The Model Agency was far funnier than this.

Gerard Gilbert, The Independent, 15th November 2012

Producer: We're not evil... everyone had a great time

It hurts me to see this E4 show besmirched by so many of my beloved lefty papers as a cheap reality TV format specifically manufactured to humiliate desperate young job seekers in an employment market so woefully set against them.

Samantha Martin, Chortle, 29th October 2012

The Work Experience exploits interns' real desperation

The E4 show's humiliation of people chasing job 'opportunities' at whatever cost isn't funny in this climate - it's cheap.

Ben Lyons, The Guardian, 25th October 2012

Review: The Work Experience

In theory, there's a lot of humour in ignorance; based upon the very simple idea that when people are ignorant, you laugh at them. Except when that behaviour is so consciously ignorant that it becomes intolerable.

Nick Arthur, On The Box, 25th October 2012

Mobo Award-winning grime rapper Lethal Bizzle puts in a cameo appearance in this new sitcom where the 'sit' lies in the chaos of a new fashion PR company and the 'com' lies in the fact everybody knows they're in a scripted TV show - except for two interns/victims each week. The artfully orchestrated set-ups within scripted storylines make for comedy of the toe-curling kind. With Kate Miles and Diane Morgan.

Larushka Ivan-Zadeh and Carol Carter, Metro, 24th October 2012