Year Dot

  • Episode 1

    Interactive education project following a group of 15 to 20-year-olds for a year. A 20-year-old street dancer sets up his own dance academy and a 19-year-old starts his own web business.

  • Episode 2

    Student Simon Jenkins has set his heart on becoming a successful stand-up comic.

  • Episode 3

    Eighteen-year old Chloe Spiteri wants to win Britain's first female Olympic wrestling medal.

  • Episode 4

    Gilly Flaherty and Jade Heusen have spent much of their lives in the pursuit of football and ballet.

  • Episode 5

    Jamal Haynes is 19 and comes from a pretty rough estate in Wellingborough. A father at 16 and with another baby on the way his plan is to build a happy and stable life for his family.

  • Episode 6

    Sixteen-year-old Sam Phripp wants to win the Eurovision song contest for Britain.

  • Episode 7

    Claire Hazelgrove has just turned 20 and is standing for Labour in the Tory stronghold of Skipton and Ripon

  • Episode 8

    Nineteen-year-old Josh Muggleton has Asperger's syndrome. Although he finds it difficult to socialise and make friends he is desperate to get in to St Andrews University.

  • Episode 9

    Eighteen-year-old Deborah Stevenson dreams of using poetry to help empower other young people, and 17-year-old Isobella Hatwell also wants to use her writing to improve her life.

  • Episode 10

    The Year Dot 15 meet each other for the first time. Is Year Dot going the way they'd hoped? Are they on their way to realising their ambitions?

  • Episode 11

    Channel 4's interactive education project follows a group of 15 to 20-year-olds for a year. Twenty-year-old Claire Hazelgrove is Labour's second youngest Parliamentary candidate.

  • Episode 12

    Twenty-year-old student Simon Jenkins wants to make it as a stand-up comedian, and 18 year-old Isobella Hatwell is trying to write and stage a play.

  • Episode 13

    Seventeen- year-old Gilly Flaherty plays football for Arsenal and England; and Nicolette Ester, also 17, is adjusting to a new life at boarding school after caring for her dad

  • Episode 14

    Sam Phripp (16) has set his sights on entering Eurovision; and Akilah Russell (19) is trying to make it as a journalist.

  • Episode 15

    Deborah Stevenson has just started university and is more determined than ever to put her creative skills to good use, and 19-year-old entrepreneur Tom Murse launches his own company.

  • Episode 16

    Nineteen-year-old Josh Muggleton has Asperger Syndrome, but can he overcome this to make an independent life for himself at St Andrews University?

  • Episode 17

    Nineteen-year-old Chloe Spiteri wants to wrestle for Great Britain at the Olympics, and Sheila Lord, 18, is starting to make it as a singer-songwriter.

  • Episode 18

    At 19 Jamal Haynes is the father of two sons. Can he juggle his family responsibilities, while working in a local community project with young kids and performing as an MC?

  • Episode 19

    Eighteen-year-old Jade Heusen is a final-year ballet student and determined to get her first professional contract, while Aaron Augustus is attempting to start his own dance academy.

  • Episode 20

    It's been a few months since the Year Dot 15 last got together, and this time they are joined by some of the teens who've been watching and talking to them online

  • Episode 21

    The interactive education project follows a group of 15 to 20-year-olds for a year. Here, they reflect on the last year, the challenges they've overcome and the successes they've had.

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