About the Show
Hosted by straight-talking Anna Richardson, this series aims to improve the nation's carnal knowledge by offering candid advice on a wide range of sexual issues and problems
Series 3 Summary
With Britain top of the stats league when it comes to sex, but for all the wrong reasons, Anna Richardson gives teenagers across the UK some much needed, up front sex education lessons.
Latest stats in the UK show a record 41,000 teen pregnancies as well as over half of all sexually transmitted infections being in the 16 to 24-year-old age group. But a recent government bill that would have made vital aspects of sex education compulsory in schools was dropped. Teens still not only need, but want better sex education.
The four shows in this mini series asks the question every teenager asks at some point: am I normal? Along with sexual health expert Dr Radha Modgil, Anna visits schools and colleges across the country exploring the fact that it really is OK to be different.
The series features live interactive anatomy lessons, and examine a wide range of issues, from teen pregnancy and sexual health, to sex for people with disabilities, the overweight, and the aged.
Episode 1 - The Sex Education Show: Am I Normal?
...Am I Normal? First in a 4-part series with Anna Richardson and sexual health experts giving teens across the UK upfront sex education lessons, beginning with the male anatomy.
Episode 2 - The Sex Education Show: Am I Normal?
Anna and Dr Radha give teenagers live interactive lessons in female anatomy. And people with different physical disabilities tell Anna how they manage to have great sex.
Episode 3 - The Sex Education Show: Am I Normal?
...Am I Normal? Anna Richardson and Dr Radha Modgil are at Raines School in east London to give teens ground-breaking live anatomy lessons featuring elderly male and female models.
Episode 4 - The Sex Education Show: Am I Normal?
...Am I Normal? Anna Richardson and Dr Radha Modgil are at the Bourne Grammar School, Peterborough, to give teens ground-breaking lessons in sex education, with the focus on pregnancy.