Little Britain to be updated for Brexit era on October 31st
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Matt Lucas and David Walliams are reuniting for a special episode of Little Britain called Little Brexit.
The one-off episode will be broadcast on BBC Radio 4, where Little Britain started in 2000, and will look at how the hottest topic in modern British history is affecting their lives.
The programme will catch up with many of Lucas and Walliams' much-loved characters including Dafydd, Vicky Pollard, Emily Howard, Marjorie Dawes, Mr Mann, and Lou and Andy.
Original cast members Ruth Jones and Anthony Head, and narrator Tom Baker, will also be taking part.
Sioned Wiliam, commissioning editor for Radio 4 comedy, said: "Matt Lucas and David Walliams are uniquely talented writers and performers as well as one of the UK's most loved comedy duos.
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"It's a privilege to have them back on Radio 4, where Little Britain first began almost 20 years ago."
Little Britain began as a radio show in 2000 and moved to TV in 2003, running for three series.
- 1 The Spanish village with the mythical blue lagoon
- 2 Empty shelves are partly down to Brexit - but Leavers won't admit it
- 3 Rabbits defeat French army
- 4 Would Javid have renamed ICU wards 'Drama Queen Zones'?
- 5 Party politics will not save us from the Tories - we need drastic action
- 6 Has something shifted in sado-populist Britain?
- 7 Ed Vaizey overtakes Paul Dacre in the Ofcom race
- 8 Priti Patel - the poster girl for our poisonous politics
- 9 Boris Johnson: The sado-populist prime minister
- 10 Cost of Brexit is already 38 times more than the money set aside for levelling up
The Brexit themed special will be broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on October 31.
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