Yeah that was a weird one.
Shame that no-one was given skilled jobs they were vaguely trained in. The carpenter did well and the chef could have done had he not had 'food poisoning'.
Enjoyed some of the science behind it and thought the BBC Interviewer asked some interesting questions to redress the balance of pro-immigrant views of the school teacher and farm worker.
I dunno, thought it was quite interesting but a bit 'reality TV' and overly damning. But then having lived in Southend for a lot of my life, I can very much see that we're (becoming) a society that's quick to judge / slack off, slow to work...