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: Keanu Reeves's Millions: Liquid Assets

From "Speed" to "Johnny Mnemonic", Reeves has had a chequered on-screen career. Yet he remains a major draw at the box office, striking gold with the "Matrix" trilogy. "Liquid Assets" examines his bank balance.

: Superstars

The six-part sporting battle comes to an end with the men's final. Former winner Brian Jacks is on hand to present the trophy. With Johnny Vaughan and Suzi Perry in La Manga, Spain.


Guest: Brian Jacks
Presenter: Johnny Vaughan
Presenter: Suzi Perry

: Little Britain

Showing back-to-back, the first six episodes of Matt Lucas and David Walliams's sublimely funny sketch show highlighting the eccentricities of modern British society. Characters include deluded gay Welshman Dafydd; vacuous teenager Vicky Pollard; 'rubbish transvestite' Emily Howard; and spiteful fat-buster Marjorie Dawes. Guest stars include Anthony Head, David Soul and Mark Gatiss. Narrated by Tom Baker. Episode seven can be seen on Monday at 10pm on BBC2.


Star/comedian: Matt Lucas
Star/comedian: David Walliams
The Prime Minister: Anthony Head
Guest star: David Soul
Guest star: Mark Gatiss
Narrator: Tom Baker

: Desirability

: as 7pm

: Little Britain

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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