An early adventure for Channel 4, hosted by actor Keith Allen it was a reportage on matters of interest to Britain's youth, three years into Thatcher's administration.
Similar in concept to BBC2's Something Else and Oxford Road Show, it was a mixture
of filmed reports and in-
Each week a live band would be featured, filmed at the Ace in Brixton. The likes of Stiff Little Fingers, The Dead Kennedys, Depeche Mode, Killing Joke, Orange Juice, Southern Death Cult and other indie favourites would also be featured in four extended concert specials under the banner Whatever You Didn’t Get after the regular series had ended.
The show also gave over one complete episode to "community" radio, pirate radio with a small broadcasting radius.
Not as contentious or provocative as maybe the show's makers would have liked, the
show was forgotten about almost immediately. In 2007 Channel 4’s silver anniversary
brochure referred to it as an "ill-
The show didn't return for a second series.