The BEST Episodes of In My Skin

Every episode ever - ranked by fan votes!

Last Updated: Apr 1, 2021

Network: BBC Three

The coming of age story of 16 year old Bethan Gwyndaf. We follow her as she deals with the comical but painfully real anxieties and insecurities of teenage life, along with the stark reality of a home life that is far removed from what she projects to her friends. It’s a place where humour and heartbreak walk hand in hand. Full of Welsh wit and grit and light and shade.

Episode 5

#1 - Episode 5

Season 1 - Episode 5 - Aired Mar 29, 2020

Bethan decides to stand against Poppy in the Head Girl election. She’s the underdog but gets some surprise support from Lorraine Chapman, one of Poppy’s former acolytes.

star 8.33
9 votes
Directors: Lucy Forbes
Writers: Kayleigh Llewellyn
Episode 4

#2 - Episode 4

Season 1 - Episode 4 - Aired Mar 29, 2020

Bethan stays home from school to look after Trina, missing an important exam and prompting a home visit from her English teacher.

star 7.75
8 votes
Directors: Lucy Forbes
Writers: Kayleigh Llewellyn
Episode 3

#3 - Episode 3

Season 1 - Episode 3 - Aired Mar 29, 2020

Bethan finds herself double booked when Poppy invites her to study but it’s Lydia’s birthday and she wants Bethan to go out - on top of which Trina is unexpectedly discharged

star 7.67
9 votes
Directors: Lucy Forbes
Writers: Kayleigh Llewellyn
Episode 2

#4 - Episode 2

Season 1 - Episode 2 - Aired Mar 29, 2020

Bethan and Poppy get closer, but Bethan’s attention is demanded by Lydia and Travis. Nana suggests that Bethan comes and lives with her whilst Trina is in hospital.

star 7.64
11 votes
Directors: Lucy Forbes
Writers: Kayleigh Llewellyn
Pilot

#5 - Pilot

Season 1 - Episode 1 - Aired Oct 14, 2018

Bethan Gwyndaf is leading a double life. To her friends at school she's your average, fun loving, cocky teen with a normal family but the reality is vastly different. At home she tries to juggle her Father's sociopathic tendencies with her mother's bipolar a particularly severe episode seeing her sectioned in a psychiatric hospital.

star 7.40
10 votes
Directors: Lucy Forbes
Writers: Kayleigh Llewellyn