March 2015

S1 Ep8 - Filthy, Dirty Sex

Expired 3.0 70 x
The final episode of the intimate and uncompromising documentary series in which the great British public and the casts of Channel 4 shows Cucumber and Banana share their filthiest, most outrageous sex stories – from a threesome with a mother and daughter, to BDSM with politicians and policemen. It’s sex, turned up to 11! ...

S1 Ep1 - Good Sex, Bad Sex

Expired 3.0 78 x
Do you know if you're good in bed? The British public, and casts of Cucumber and Banana, talk openly about the importance of cumming, whether size matters, and their most explosive sexual encounters.

S1 Ep2 - Sex Talk

Expired 3.0 90 x
The great British public, porn stars and casts of C4 & E4 original dramas Cucumber and Banana share their sex confessions and disastrous encounters while answering some probing questions.

S1 Ep3 - Not Having Sex

Expired 3.0 45 x
Sex is everywhere. But not everyone is getting it... Shirley, 58, is happily celibate, but Gary, 33, is haunted by the sex he's missing out on, and 19-year-old virgin Sarah blames herself.

S1 Ep4 - Coming Out

Expired 3.0 40 x
Does anyone still care if you're lesbian, gay, bi, trans, or queer? It still matters to 18-year-old Mark, who's about to come out as gay to 40,000 people on YouTube - and he's terrified.

S1 Ep5 - Teenage Lust

Expired 3.0 54 x
The great British public and the casts of Cucumber and Banana discuss the hormonal awakening of teenagers, and the adolescent crushes that never go away.

S1 Ep6 - Queer as F**k

Expired 3.5 48 x
The British public and the casts of Cucumber and Banana talk taste and decency, sexual politics, and sex on TV! Plus a look at Russell T Davies' groundbreaking drama, Queer as Folk.

S1 Ep7 - Instasex

Expired 3.0 62 x
Hook-up apps like Grindr and Tinder have given anyone with a smartphone instant access to casual sex in a way that websites, personal ads and real life (whatever that is) can only dream of. Sexual liberation at our fingertips! It’s straightforward… but is it sleazy? Dangerous, even? Should we rage against the machine, or e...