Claire and Keith James are working parents with four wilful young kids. Regular mealtimes have given way to kitchen raids and bedtime is a major battlefield. But can they agree on how to restore order?
Matt Lucas and David Walliams 's cavalcade of comedy grotesques - including Bubbles the faded glamourpuss, vacuous Vicky Pollard and deluded cross-dressers Emily and Florence - commandeer BBC3 in a back-to-back re-run of series two. See Friday's choice. 1/6. Vanessa Feltz addresses the Fat Fighters club, while posh Harvey reveals a disturbingly intimate bond with his mother.
9.30 Dafydd's gay stall2/6. at the village fete attracts interest from an unexpected quarter.
10.00 Why is vile Marjorie 3/6. making such an effort with lottery-winning Meera?
10.30 Emily and Florence 4/6. attend the ballet.
11.00 Slimy stage hypnotist 5/6. Kenny Craig 's got a girlfriend.
Jon Culshaw guests.
11.30 Lou and Andy visit the 6/6. coast. Anthony Head and Geraldine James guest. www.bbc.co.uk/littlebritain
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