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Stephen K Amos takes a trip back to his South London childhood, in a series co-created with multi-award-winning British playwright, Jonathan Harvey (Gimme Gimme Gimme).
What Does The K Stand For? revolves around Younger Stephen’s life at home and school, with all the issues of being a teenager complicated further by also being black, gay and funny.
Stephen K Amos hosts each show, adding stand-up narration and his own comic perspective.
(The answer to the show’s title: The comedian’s middle name is Kehinde)
Episodes are currently available to stream from the BBC Website for at least a year – links are provided below.
- S01E01 – Who Am I (stream)
- S01E02 – My Mum Is Shirley Bassey (stream)
- S01E03 – First Love (stream)
- S01E04 – The Cat Next Door (stream)
- S01E05 – The First Noel (stream)
- S01E06 – Tell Them About the Dream, Martin (stream)
- S02E01 – Turning Cheeks (stream)
- S02E02 – All the Fun of the Affair (stream)
- S02E03 – Balham’s Got Talent (stream)
- S02E04 – The BFF (stream)
- S02E05 – A Royal Visit (stream)
- S02E06 – Sister Dearest (stream)
- S03E01 – Working for a Living (stream)
- S03E02 – The Riot (stream)
- S03E03 – Breaking Up Is Hard To Do (stream)
- S03E04 – Let’s Talk About Sex (stream)