Griff Rhys Jones takes a look at anger in himself and others, talking candidly to his family, friends and colleagues. With journalist Rosie Millard and comedian Rory McGrath.
Griff Rhys Jones takes a startlingly honest look at anger in himself and others. Anger is an increasing problem in our lives. In homes and offices and on the road, frustration and rage are all around us. Yet very few people acknowledge their anger.
Griff talks candidly to his family, friends and colleagues about his anger. But he is not the only one who loses it from time to time. Journalist Rosie Millard, chef Heston Blumenthal and comedian Rory McGrath all talk about their anger and what the triggers have been when they have lost it.
Griff believes that anger isn't always a bad thing, it can even be creative. But one old friend persuades him to see if he can change.
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