Following the success of his first BAFTA Award-winning series, choirmaster Gareth Malone is about to face his greatest challenge yet: adolescent boys. Why don't boys sing? Hormone-raging embarrassment? Choral isn't cool? The influence of hip-hop? The lack of singing in assemblies? Gareth is not one to let sleeping dogs - or boys - lie. He's going to Lancaster School, a boys only, sports-specialist school to see if he can get them singing and make real his dream of leading an all boys choir out on the stage at the Royal Albert Hall. His first challenge is to put singing back into assembly, but it doesn't happen without a struggle. When he takes his singing crusade into the classroom there is open hostility from many boys, and when he tries to get the teachers involved, there's some real resistance. But Gareth won't let talent slip through the net. The pressure may be intense, the frustration may reach boiling point, but Gareth is intent on inspiring a new generation by disproving the theory that boy's don't sing.