BBC filmmakers return to the sleepy rural village of Northleach, to further document the lives of disaffected youths Kerry and Kurtan Mucklowe. After spending time with the vicar, Kerry is a reformed character. She’s learning to strike a better balance between being feared and being nice. Not much has changed for Kurtan. But he does have a new girlfriend, who’s the best thing that’s ever happened to him. When he lands a job at the local bowls club, he finds the elderly members easy to get on with, as long as he doesn’t mention foreigners or self-service checkouts.