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Home Season 2 Episode 3 | Channel 4 | Wed 19 Feb 2020

Ep3.  Stars Rebekah Staton.

The comedy series created and written by Rufus Jones, about Sami (Youssef Kerkour) the Syrian asylum seeker. Sami finds new opportunities to make friends and influence people on the local bus, but Peter (Rufus Jones) persuades him that the gig economy is the future of getting out and about, to rebuild your sense of self-worth.

Meanwhile, Katy (Rebekah Staton) is summoned to face the music at school, and everyone is on edge as they wait for Elliot (Douglas Henshall) to arrive to discuss the mortgage on the house. All except John (Oaklee Pendergast), who can’t wait to see his dad for the first time in years.

Writer: Rufus Jones; Prod: Adam Tandy; Dir: David Sant; Prod Co: Jantaculum and Channel X. The full series is available, free to view or download, on All 4. The series also continues next week on Channel 4.

Airdate: Wednesday 19 February 2020 at 10.00pmn on Channel 4.

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Strikingly relevant, award-winning drama following a young Ukrainian gymnast pursuing a career in the sport while exiled in Switzerland. Olga (Anastasia Budiashkina), a 15-year-old from Kyiv, flees her home country when the Maidan revolution breaks out in 2014, leading to the overthrow of the nation’s government. A promising gymnast, she heads to Switzerland and joins the Swiss team, for which she qualifies through her dad. She excels in her new home, but difficulties with the language barrier and, more importantly, the frightening news coming through from Ukraine – where her family still are – leave her with intense feelings of anxiety, guilt and anger. Against the backdrop of heightening political tension, Olga tries to carve out a career for herself in the sport she loves. In Ukrainian and French with English subtitles.

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