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Publisher's Summary

Comedian Ellie Taylor has some opinions she'd like to get off her chest.

In her brand new series, she discusses her views through stand-up, sketches and with help from the studio audience and her side-kick, Robin Morgan.

First, Ellie looks at parenting and considers: has having kids ruined her life? To discuss it further she welcomes a special parenting expert...her mum.

Next she considers whether masculinity has had unfairly poor press and Robin Morgan asks members of the British public about their attitudes to men being men. She also welcomes a special guest, a man who knows all about how men should behave: Rupert Wesson from etiquette guide Debrett's.

And what about the environment? Is the planet really worth saving? Ellie's not so sure, but to help talk it through she meets Ed Stafford, the first man to walk the length of the Amazon.

In the final episode, Ellie turns her attention to marriage and wonders whether monogamy is all it's cracked up to be...despite being married herself.

Produced by Sam Michell.

A BBC Studios Production.

©2020 BBC Studios Distribution Ltd (P)2020 BBC Studios Distribution Ltd

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Ellie Taylor is here to express her opinions and there shouldn’t be anything wrong with it. This series explores why she’s not cock a hoop to be a mother and why she doesn’t believe Greta Thunberg is the new messiah and uses evidence to try to swing the opinion of her audience who invariably don’t budge but it’s funny to listen to them squirm as someone unabashedly speaks their truth.

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