Thirties spokesman Mr Cholmondley-Warner and his assistant Mr Greyson take a look at how things might be in the year 2000.
The Old Gits present an irreverent look at the ups and downs of old age and how to get your own back on the younger generation, with the help of the Lovely Wobbly Randy Old Ladies.
Harry's plain-speaking Yorkshireman, George Whitebread, compares life in the south with that in the north of England, aided by South American-Geordie Julio Geordio and the Scousers. Show more
What's the perfect way to raise a family? Harry Enfield and Kathy Burke provide a guide with the aid of the Toddlers, Only Me and two familiar faces from Westminster.
Britain's favourite teenager, Kevin Patterson, provides the 13 rules of being a teenager, with the aid of sketches old and new.
Tim Nice But Dim explains how to be a 'bloody nice bloke' by following a few simple rules, illustrated with a medley of his sketches and a spoof of Big Brother.
Wayne and Waynetta Slob, alias Harry Enfield and Kathy Burke, present their own inimitable guide to wedded bliss, interspersed with an eclectic mix of sketches.