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0101Privileged20180117

Rhys James Is... Privileged

Comedian Rhys James explores different aspects of himself through live stand up, spoken word poetry and interview clips. In this first episode he examines his privileged status and chats to his mum and dad.

Written and performed by... Rhys James
Rhys' mum and dad... Rhys' mum and dad
Music by... Steve Dunne
Sound by... David Thomas
Produced by... Carl Cooper

This is a BBC Studios production.

Comedian Rhys James explores different aspects of himself.

Rhys James explores aspects of himself through stand-up, spoken word and interview clips

0102Rhys James Is... 'irresistible'20180124

Rhys James Is... 'Irresistible'

Comedian Rhys James explores different aspects of himself through live stand up, spoken word poetry and interview clips. In this episode Rhys examines his relationships and reluctantly speaks to Carmen, who is a girl he had a crush on in school.

Written and performed by... Rhys James
Carmen... Carmen
Music by... Steve Dunne
Sound by... David Thomas
Produced by... Carl Cooper

This is a BBC Studios production.

Comedian Rhys James explores different aspects of himself.

Rhys James explores aspects of himself through stand-up, spoken word and interview clips

0103Rhys James Is... Wise20180131

Rhys James Is... 'Wise'

Comedian Rhys James explores different aspects of himself through live stand up, spoken word poetry and interview clips. In this episode Rhys explores the topic of wisdom.

Written and performed by... Rhys James
Music by... Steve Dunne
Sound by... David Thomas
Produced by... Carl Cooper

This is a BBC Studios production.

Rhys James Is... 'Wise'.

Rhys James explores aspects of himself through stand-up, spoken word and interview clips

0104Rhys James Is...20180207

Rhys James Is...

Comedian Rhys James explores different aspects of himself through live stand up, spoken word poetry and interview clips.

In this final episode Rhys reads a letter he wrote to his future self when he was 10.

'You don't need to find out who you are. It's about finding out who you is".

Last in the series.

Written and performed by... Rhys James
Rhys' mum and dad... Rhys' mum and dad
Music by... Steve Dunne
Sound by... David Thomas
Produced by... Carl Cooper

This is a BBC Studios production.

Rhys reads a letter he wrote to his future self when he was ten.

Rhys James explores aspects of himself through stand-up, spoken word and interview clips

0201Rhys James Isn\u2019t\u2026 "A"20191210

In an attempt to become more politically engaged, comedian Rhys James tries on opinions like clothes to see how they fit. This week he’s putting his left leg in first.

Dressed as a wishy-washy liberal Rhys asks: why are we not doing more to save the planet… Why is it taking so long to teach LGBT+ issues in schools… Why doesn’t everywhere have gender-neutral toilets… And why are we letting Facebook spy on us?

This is what he thinks this week, but next week he’ll be a week older and more right wing…

Written and performed by – Rhys James
Produced by – Carl Cooper

Production Co-ordinator – Gwyn Rhys Davies

A BBC Studios production

Over 2 episodes comedian Rhys James will try on some opposite opinions to see how they fit

Rhys James explores aspects of himself through stand-up, spoken word and interview clips

0201Rhys James Isn't... "a"20191210

In an attempt to become more politically engaged, comedian Rhys James tries on opinions like clothes to see how they fit. This week he’s putting his left leg in first.

Dressed as a wishy-washy liberal Rhys asks: why are we not doing more to save the planet… Why is it taking so long to teach LGBT+ issues in schools… Why doesn’t everywhere have gender-neutral toilets… And why are we letting Facebook spy on us?

This is what he thinks this week, but next week he’ll be a week older and more right wing…

Written and performed by – Rhys James
Produced by – Carl Cooper

Production Co-ordinator – Gwyn Rhys Davies

A BBC Studios production

Over 2 episodes comedian Rhys James will try on some opposite opinions to see how they fit

Rhys James explores aspects of himself through stand-up, spoken word and interview clips

0202Rhys James Isn\u2019t\u2026 "B"20191217

In an attempt to become more politically engaged, comedian Rhys James tries on opinions like clothes to see how they fit. This week he’s putting his right leg in first.

Last week he was a wishy-washy liberal. Now a week older and more right wing, Rhys asks: can we really be arsed to save the planet… Is it actually woke to teach LGBT+ issues in schools… Are gender-neutral toilets worth it… and Is Facebook really spying on us or do people just want to feel important?

Written and performed by – Rhys James
Produced by – Carl Cooper

Production Co-ordinator – Gwyn Rhys Davies

A BBC Studios production

Over 2 episodes comedian Rhys James will try on some opposite opinions to see how they fit

Rhys James explores aspects of himself through stand-up, spoken word and interview clips

0202Rhys James Isn't... "b"20191217

In an attempt to become more politically engaged, comedian Rhys James tries on opinions like clothes to see how they fit. This week he’s putting his right leg in first.

Last week he was a wishy-washy liberal. Now a week older and more right wing, Rhys asks: can we really be arsed to save the planet… Is it actually woke to teach LGBT+ issues in schools… Are gender-neutral toilets worth it… and Is Facebook really spying on us or do people just want to feel important?

Written and performed by – Rhys James
Produced by – Carl Cooper

Production Co-ordinator – Gwyn Rhys Davies

A BBC Studios production

Over 2 episodes comedian Rhys James will try on some opposite opinions to see how they fit

Rhys James explores aspects of himself through stand-up, spoken word and interview clips