How did Queen's classic come into existence? Brian May and Roger Taylor return to the studio to re-record the guitar and drum tracks, plus rare audio clips of Freddie Mercury performing the song. See yesterday's choice.
Catch up with earlier incarnations of Matt Lucas and David Walliams 's grotesque creations in a re-run of series one. 1/8. Vicky is in trouble for not giving in an essay. (AD)
9.30 2/8. Dafydd is beaten to it as he tries to buy the Gay Times. Guest star: David Soul. (AD)
10.00 3/8. Kenny Craig visits his mum in hospital. (AD)
10.30 4/8. Dafydd viste the hair saion. With Sophie Raworth. (AD)
11.00 5/8. Andy and Lou purchase a pet snake. (AD)
11.30 6/8. Dame Sally tries her hand at writing. With Mark Gatiss of The
League of Gentleman. (AD) 12 midnight 7/8. Sebastian and the PM discuss the keynote party-conference speech. (AD)
12.30am 8/8. Mollie Sugden pops up as Emily Howard helps to fix an ice-cream van. (AD) www.bbc.co.uk/littlebritain
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