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This brilliantly original second series has the same well-observed hilarious brand of humour as the first BAFTA nominated series and is presented by the very talented Jack Morgan (Robert Popper), Peter Packard (Peter Serafinowicz), Pam Bachelor (Olivia Colman) and Pealy Maghti (Josie D'Arby). In a blaze of 1980's big hair, sideburns, ra-ra skirts and jumpsuits, this series also features cameos from some of the UK's finest comedy performers including Harry Enfield, Matt Lucas, Simon Pegg and Sarah Alexander.
Each episode the team considers the future of music, health, sport, music, food and computers - much as they did in the original 'Tomorrow's World' series. Each week they are joined by guests, inventors and science specialists, looking at different inventions and testing out the latest technology.
The series culminates in a live final of the 'Look Around You Invention Of The Year Award' presented by HRH Sir Prince Charles. But with an excited live studio audience, a nervous group of contestants and one rather difficult and unpredictable guest, can the Look Around You team manage to keep everything going alright on the night?
The series sends up the school and college programmes of the past then onto the Blue Peter genre. Well written and brilliantly executed by the cast. Read morePublished 4 months ago by A Harsley
Another simply brilliant tv show, spoofing shows like tomorrow's world. Brilliantly observed!mand well worth for the dvd extras alone!Published 6 months ago by Simon Wall
Very disappointing compared to the first season. Trying too hard to be funny unfortunately.Published 8 months ago by BirdNerdSophie
At a time when most television comedy is either panel shows or predictable sitcoms, Look Around You is such a refreshing change. Read morePublished 10 months ago by C. Watt
It's good, but nowhere near as good as LAY One, although this series is a completely different concept.Published 11 months ago by Mr G J Cox
A very mental programme, but truly enjoyable. It just takes the mickey out of the schools programmes from the late 60's and early 70's. Enjoy it... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Mr. S. Cavalli