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1/8; series five. What's causing five-year-old Marcus's bad behaviour? With another baby on the way, parents Lisa and Stephen need to know. Enter Dr Stephen Briers , who identifies the family's beloved TV as the problem. More tomorrow at 8pm


Dr Stephen Briers

A would-be model who discovers the surgical path to perfection isn't always leak-free, and a group of menopausal women with a strange hobby - just some of the grotesque characters in this collection of female-led comedy sketches.
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Tittybangbang 9.30pm BBC3
The title may be borderline offensive (the sort of thing Bernard Manning might call a sketch show, should a TV station ever take leave of its senses and allow him to have one), but don't let that put you off. If you can get past - or even embrace - the fact that Tittybangbang is filthy dirty, you'll liquidise vital organs laughing.
This all-woman comedy gang has cleverly seen a gap in the sketch-show market for bare-bottomed embroiderers, a necrophiliac pathologist and a disturbingly funny wheelchair-using Italian animal trainer. Ruth Margolis

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3/6; series two. Jill engineers a meeting with Don's girlfriend, while Cath sees a chance to get closer to her therapist. Starring Julia Davis, Angus Deayton, Rebecca Front and Mark Gatiss. New. View clips at

Nighty Night 10.00pm BBC3
Comedy murderess Jill Tyrell and her best friend Linda start to settle in at the Trees Therapy Centre and begin dispensing their own original treatments and advice - Jill even offers Don's girlfriend a face lift. Series writer and star Julia Davis slips on her venomous alter-ego like a satin suspender and constructs gags as easily as most people pour a cup of tea. RM


Julia Davis
Angus Deayton
Mark Gatiss.

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