Keith Allen teams up with a party of teenagers from the Tourette Scotland support group, and travels with them to France on a red Routemaster bus. Led by John Davidson, the group's ultimate goal is a visit to the Pitie-Salpetriere Hospital in Paris, to see for themselves the place where their condition was first diagnosed, back in the late 19th century. As well as debunking the myriad preconceptions about the syndrome, Keith Allen's 'Tourette de France' looks at the humorous side of society's reaction to Tourettes. By turns funny and touching, it gives the viewer a rare insight into a group of normal, likeable, and occasionally mischievous teenagers who are managing to live fulfilling and rewarding lives, despite the bizarre hand that fate has dealt them. Tourette de France' attracted over 3 million viewers , elevating this programme to immediate TV Cult Status! This Video includes the programme as seen on Channel 4 and the extras contain all the unseen bits that weren't!