Bad Education - Series 2

Release Date: 29 September 2014 | Certificate: Suitable for 15 years and over
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Bad Education is back for a new term but it appears Alfie Wickers still hasn’t learnt a thing.

Alfie Wickers (Jack Whitehall) returns as the self-styled maverick of Abbey Grove, attempting to teach his class something - anything - that requires zero effort. Although Alfie’s heart is always in the right place, his judgment is often clouded by the fact he is, in reality, a bigger kid than any of the kids he teaches.

The staff room politics aren’t getting any easier either. The apple of Alfie’s eye, Miss Gulliver (Sarah Solemani) is now seeing one of their female ex-students, Miss Pickwell (Michelle Gomez) is giving President Putin a run for his money and Fraser (Mathew Horne) is going to have to save the school after he makes the mistake of giving all of the school’s funds to ‘The Nigerian Minister of Finance’.

Added to all of this, series two features a furiously fought swimming gala, a drugs awareness day that ends in utter humiliation for Alfie, Fraser staging Abbey Grove’s own Take Me Out and Joe being shot in the bum.

With special guest appearances from Harry Enfield, Samantha Spiro, Jake Canuso, Frances Barber and Greg McHugh.
 

Release Date: 29 September 2014
Certificate: 15 - Suitable for Persons Aged 15 or Over
Catalogue No: BBCDVD3963