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Big School: Series 2 2014

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The hilarious smash hit classroom comedy returns starring an award winning cast; David Walliams (Gangsta Granny, Mr Stink, Come Fly With Me, Little Britain), Catherine Tate (The Catherine Tate Show, Doctor Who), Philip Glenister (Mad Dogs, Ashes to Ashes, Life on Mars) and Frances de la Tour (Harry Potter, Rising Damp, Vicious) It may be the start of a new year at Greybridge School, but the teaching staff is as dysfunctional as ever. Series 2, written by David Walliams & The Dawson Bros. features an unwelcome visit from Ofsted, a challenging parents‚ evening and a member of staff goes to meet his maker‚¶

Starring:
Frances Da La Tour, Jimmy Akingbola
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Product Details

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  • Feature ages_15_and_over
Runtime 2 hours 45 minutes
Starring Frances Da La Tour, Jimmy Akingbola, David Walliams, Philip Glenister
Director Matt Lipsey
Genres Comedy
Studio 2 Entertain
Rental release 13 October 2014
Main languages English
Hearing impaired subtitles English

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Absolute genius. Second series better than the first. On some scenes I nearly choked with laughter. I am a teacher and enjoyed matching characters to current and former colleagues :-)
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An endearing if sometimes rambling comedy about teachers that behave more like unruly pupils with superb performances from Frances de la Tour who is more Gangsta than head teacher and Steve Speirs as the pathetic but very real ex teacher janitor.
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One of the funniest series Ive seen in a long time. Catherine Tate is outstanding as is the rest of the cast. Playing their roles to perfection.
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Was a christmas present for a family member and I watched a few episodes. While the laughs are great and well written I felt that in between those times there's no substance or anything gripping...just filler until the next laugh.
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Hilarious 2nd series , much funnier than the first .'Steve Speirs' steals the show . A lovely turn by 'Michelle Dotrice' in Episode 6.
Ensemble cast and very witty script . Love it , please write another .
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Reminds me of my school days with completely inadequate teaching staff. Not quite as good as the first series though because Mr Barber plays less of a role. Baaaa!
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This is hilarious! A must watch-Catherine Tate, David Walliams, Philip Glenister and Frances de la Tour are all exceptional. Anyone of any age or schooling can appreciate the hilarity of the school life depicted in this series tackling Ofsted, parents evening and an unfortunate death. Big School is brilliant! Coming home from a hard days work in a school makes light of any nightmarish day I've had! Sure to be a hit!
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Hello viewers, my name is Richard Hill.

Welcome to my product review of the second series of the BBC situation comedy of Big School.

Firstly, I have literally enjoyed watching the second series of Big School since Friday 29th August 2014 because I watched them live on BBC One on my computer at home and then I see them again during on Saturdays on the BBC iPlayer website because I feel that this keeps me entertained and I like watching these episodes in my opinion.

I feel that the actors that feature in the second series of Big School were superb because firstly David Walliams as his character of Keith Church - Deputy Head of Science did an excellent job, secondly I liked Catherine Tate as her character of Sarah Postern because she is a French teacher and she is funny in my opinion, and thirdly Philip Glenister as his character of PE teacher Trevor Gunn was genius because I know him from the backgrounds of the 2006 television series of Life On Mars with John Simm and indeed the 2008 to 2010 television crime drama series of Ashes to Ashes with Keeley Hawes.

The actress Frances De La Tour as her character of the headmistress Ms Baron was very good and I imagine that she has a natural role in terms of acting, though I am not sure what else she has been in.

Also, the actor Daniel Rigby was very good as his character of Mr Luke Martin in this series and the guest cast have been good.

So, yes, once again, I love the second series of Big School and I do hope that the BBC would make and broadcast a third series of this funny sitcom in the near future.

It's true.

Before I disappear, I just like to say thank you to Amazon.co.uk for all your hard work and for your reliable service.
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