The TV series will combine brand new stand-up comedy and specially shot films of Jo as she throws herself in at the deep end of the British love of water.
Jo has spent the last four months visiting all kinds of wet locations – going deep underground to wade through sewers and to terrifying heights on the tallest Olympic diving boards.
From the only all-male synchronized swim team in Britain to the freak of nature who can hold his breath for up to 20 minutes, Jo has met an extraordinary range of people who all have one thing in common – a passionate love of water.
Jo attempts synchronised diving and invites Sean Lock to join her in a very muddy race.
Jo Brand asks Bill Bailey to help her assess the trendy new craze of wild swimming, and also tackles the Olympic white water canoe slalom course.
Jo Brand meets a man who can hold his breath underwater for a staggering 20 minutes. Yep, 20 minutes. Meanwhile, Rich Hall tries out a traditional canal holiday.
Jo Brand meets the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) as they train for a maritime emergency and joins Meera Syal in a mad-cap raft race.
After spending several months exploring the British love of water, Jo Brand performs a one-off comedy set reflecting on her experiences of Britain's lakes, rivers and seas.