The Thick Of It

February 2018
30:00

Season 1, Episode 3

4.0 2 x
Social Services Minister Hugh Abbot's ownership of a second home threatens the credibility of his own Housing Bill, currently being debated in the House of Commons.
30:00

Season 1, Episode 2

3.0 5 x
When an unflattering story about the Minister for Social Affairs is published, accusing him of being 'out of his depth', his department decides that the best tactic of defence is a new policy announcement.
31:00

Season 1, Episode 1

4.0 5 x
The newly appointed Minister for Social Affairs has his work cut out for him. He's under intense media scrutiny and the potential wrath of the PM's Chief Political Advisor.
December 2015
31:00

Season 4, Episode 8

3.0 27 x
The final reckoning. Every dog has its day, but as the fallout from the inquiry takes its toll, the everyday problems of government continue unabated.
November 2015
31:00

Season 4, Episode 7

3.0 21 x
The Inquiry continues and everyone still has plenty of questions to answer about the leaking of information within the government, opposition and bureaucracy in general.
30:00

Season 4, Episode 6

3.0 23 x
Everyone has a lot of questions to answer about the suicide of a key worker after his flat was sold off.
30:00

Season 4, Episode 5

3.0 20 x
With Nicola Murray and Peter Mannion both on the back foot after the unravelling of the key-worker housing sell-off policy there's inevitably going to be a scramble for the moral high-ground.
31:00

Season 4, Episode 4

3.0 25 x
With Nicola safely on a train to attend the party's Here 2 Hear in far-flung Bradford, Malcolm is free to launch his latest plot.
October 2015
29:00

Season 4, Episode 3

3.0 25 x
Stewart Pearson is running 'Thought Camp' at a remote country house hotel, as the perfect way to re-engage the party with the creative cloudscape.
30:00

Season 4, Episode 2

3.0 25 x
With Glenn gone, Nicola Murray is busy breaking in her new policy advisor, Helen Hatley. When Helen is accidentally photographed holding notes from an ideas meeting, Nicola is understandably angry.
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