BBC Christmas Comedy Playlist

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BBC Christmas Comedy Playlist

Get into the festive mood with a collection of Christmas specials from some of the nation's favourite comedies. Take a journey from Peckham to Barry Island via Victorian London, with classic episodes from Only Fools and Horses, Gavin and Stacey, and Blackadder. Alan's Massive Cracker makes sure things go with a bang in Knowing Me Knowing Yule, and there are plenty of seasonal sketches to go round in Little Britain and The Catherine Tate Show.

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Christmas Eve, 1850. In the reign of good Queen Vic, there stands, in Dumpling Lane in old London town, the Moustache Shoppe of one Ebenezer Blackadder - the kindest and loveliest man in all England. That is until the Spirit of Christmas shows up and introduces him to the ways of his loathsome ancestors. Digitally remastered version.
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It's the tail-end of the Christmas recess and peace and goodwill should reign in Westminster. But something goes terribly, terribly wrong on Newsnight and everything begins to unravel. Can Malcolm Tucker survive as the PM's enemies in Government and the Opposition bid for power?
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Rodney has run out of yuletide cheer, after burnt turkey, charred Christmas pudding, the same old things on television, and nothing but a book lent to him by Mickey Pierce: 'Body Language: The Lost Art'. When Grandad puts on his glad rags and heads to the OAPs' party at the community centre, the Trotter boys head to The Monte Carlo Club. Rodney puts his new-found knowledge of the unspoken language of love to use, but Del Boy has other ideas.
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When a man tries to report his car has been stolen he finds the local police station has become a branch of Britlaw PLC, complete with brochures, sales staff and restraining bar. There is much confusion in a restaurant when the waiter can't understand the difference between a customer complaining about his soup, and his suit.
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Alan presents a Christmas special from a studio replica of his own front room. BBC chief commissioning editor Tony Hayers is pressed on whether there will be a second series and there is a world record attempt as 'Alan's Massive Cracker' is pulled live on air. Sadly the big finale featuring Alan Partridge in a pear tree is ruined by the smouldering cracker and Alan lashes out, punching Tony Hayers in the face with a turkey.
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Nan is surprised by an extra guest on Christmas Day, Bernie meets her match at the staff party and Lauren gets 'bovvered' by country life; with guest appearances by George Michael, Philip Glenister, Kathy Burke and Tamzin Outhwaite.