The Best Episodes of Brass Eye

Last Updated: Dec 11, 2018

Brass Eye was a controversial show that reported the issues of British popular culture. Drugs, Animal Rights, Crime, Paedophilia, these are the issues that the tabloids seem to spend their careers cashing in on. Brass Eye focused on the press and society's irrational focus on them. It takes full advantage of c-list celebrities desperate to look like they care about these 'important' issues but who only end up exposing their own ignorance and willingness to say anything if it gets them on TV.

Drugs

#1 - Drugs

Season 1 - Episode 2

The voices of Bernard Manning, Noel Edmonds and David Amess MP attempt to save British schoolchildren from the horror drugs coming from Eastern Europe, Clarky Caps, Yellow Bentines and the made-up Cake.

star 8.57
51 votes
Crime

#2 - Crime

Season 1 - Episode 5

Chris Morris turns his laser eye on to crime. Highlights include revelations of how elephants are being used to disperse rioters, and Vanessa Feltz's message to murderers.

star 8.37
19 votes
Decline

#3 - Decline

Season 1 - Episode 6

Religion falls under the spotlight in this episode, which features Terry Waite discussing how Britain has been poisoned by the gospel.

star 8.35
20 votes
Animals

#4 - Animals

Season 1 - Episode 1

The show is split into two halves. The first half delves into the world of animal fetishes, with helpful contributions from Paul Daniels and Carla Lane. The second half focuses on the elephant, who has trapped her trunk up her anus.

star 8.12
53 votes
Science

#5 - Science

Season 1 - Episode 3

Tomorrow's World meets Watchdog meets Wired. Science gets the Brass Eye treatment. A number of celebs again espouse their scripted knowledge of 'mad' experiments and covered up and untold stories of electricity falling from pylons and frogs being grown with rabbit's feet.

star 8.11
36 votes
Sex

#6 - Sex

Season 1 - Episode 4

Chris Morris casts a satirical eye over the subject of sex and its relationship to society. Helpful contributors include Peter Stringfellow and David Sullivan.

star 8.08
25 votes