The series continues where David Coleman looks at the childers of today, and assesses if the little tykes are reflective of modern Ireland. Not sure how exactly - perhaps kids playing with play dough actually represents how our economy fell in on itself? Maybe. The series first began back in 2007, but now the kids are all grown up. Well, they're seven, but close enough. Last week's episode saw them starting school, but tonight they are a year older and settled into their new day to day lives. Their parents talk about their expectations, and compare their own experience of schooling to how things are done now. Dread to think what's different - but sure as long as there is still a nature table, all will be grand yeah?