Russell Brand's Ponderland
About the Show
The flamboyant comedian reviews some hilarious archive footage in this concoction of wit, bile and rambling lyrical tomfoolery
Series 2 Summary
The man in black is back to his spontaneous best in this second series of surreal musings on everyday subjects. Russell offers his unique perspective on a new set of themes, including pets, food, family and class.
Russell delves into the world of pets and uncovers a human obsession fraught with confusion. Meet the lady abused by her religious horse, and is it really possible to learn Kung Fu from a lion?
Russell's unique perspective on family, from the 12-year-old boy in control of a family, to the father who treats his eight-year-old like a mate, and the worst example of parenting ever.
The comedian is back at his spontaneous best with more unusual perspectives on diverse themes. Here he looks at food.
A look at education through Russell Brand's eyes, revealing his own poor attempts at truancy, one school's unusual approach to sex education and the easy way out of atomic fall-out.
Russell delves into the classic British obsession with class. No stone is left unturned as he ponders the romance of the working classes, the impact of the National Lottery and of hunting.
Russell Brand holds forth on all that is Christmas in this special episode, pondering the concept of Santa Claus and the requirements for playing the role.