This book investigates the holistic presentation of student characters in the television drama Tahidi High, while at the same time laying a background of the development of the relationship between Literature and Film/Television drama. Tahidi High School is a microcosm of any other secondary school in Kenya and beyond. It brings together students from both gender and from diverse socio-economic and socio-cultural backgrounds. As a result, the school becomes a melting pot. In the midst of this diversity, the teenage students are caught up in a struggles for identity and self-affirmation. Key among the critical issues addressed in this is book are the student characters' identity crises, their choice and use of language and the teenagers' reaction to the voices of authority in their environment. Upon reading this book, the reader will effectively appreciate the important role of Kenyan television drama to scholarship.