A Grannys Guide To The Modern World
Barry Humphries and a team of senior investigative reporters provide an outsider’s perspective of life in 2016, through reports, hidden camera experiments and comedy sketches. The results provide a fresh take on the mechanics of British society and culture, and a comedic look at the modern world’s attitude to the country’s burgeoning OAP population.
Strong and other language some may find offensive
In the first edition, best friends Trish, Margot and Daphne head to Amsterdam to try marijuana for the first time, while 94-year-old Bobby walks the tightrope of political correctness. Plus, octogenarian Laura June gets to grips with the semantics of swearing in 2016.
Ninety-four-year-old Bobby immerses himself in Soho’s gay community and learns the difference between a bear and an otter, while best friends Trish, Daphne and Margot learn how to play shooting video games. Ninety-one-year-old Helen tries to get herself a toy boy.
Octogenarian Laura June meets Geordie Shore’s Charlotte Crosby and gets to grips with modern fame, while Winston goes online dating. Bernard convinces unsuspecting members of the public that he was a founding member of the Jackson Five and the architect of Hadrian’s Wall.