New. 6/6; series five. Essex girl Shannon Chapman loves living the high-life, but her spiralling debt mountain is giving her altitude sickness. Can experts Jay Hunt and Benjamin Fry convince her to mend her ways?
Comedian Alex Riley plays pranks on the people he holds responsible for the UK's traffic and transport problems.
He and a team of workmen dig up the area outside the offices of a roadworks firm, before presenting a rail company with a cattle truck as a solution to overcrowding on trains.
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