Satirical comedy series The Revolution Will Be Televised is returning to BBC Three for a second series.
Heydon Prowse and Jolyon Rubinstein once again bash a variety of arrogant, puffed-up people over the head with an inflated pig’s bladder, on behalf of anyone who has stared open-mouthed at the arrogance, hypocrisy, corruption and greed of the various politicians, avaricious multinationals and tax-shy corporations who have been taking the British public for a ride for years. Now it’s their turn to be outraged, deceived, inconvenienced and humiliated.
There are lots of treats for our viewers in this new series. Even if our mug shots are up in the guardhouse at Sandhurst and we have been on the wrong end of a few too many machine guns, we still managed to get into the most extraordinary places and confront all sorts of people and institutions.
It has been fascinating getting up close and personal with public figures and watching the public facade drop as they realise who we are. David Cameron, Nigel Farage, Ed Miliband, Nick Clegg, Jeremy Hunt, Alex Salmond, Jack Straw – we got to them all. – Jolyon Rubinstein