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All the TV that's mad, bad, or just a little bit evil for Friday. Our Tiny Tanya Turner ratings show just how low each show goes – the more Tanyas a show scores, the more mental it is.
» MR MAN! Little Britain, BBC One, 9.30pm
On a quick turnaround from its debut on BBC Three, the brand spanking new series of Little Britain ends up on BBC One, and contrary to reports, David Walliams has given us (well, not so much "us" as everyone who reads the Radio Times) his word that it's almost unaltered from the original airing. Wave hello to old friends Vicky Pollard, Emily Howard and Lou and Andy, as well as new faces Judy and Maggie, and Harvey, the posh mother's boy with an insatiable appetite for "bitty".
» DOOMED PLAN! Peep Show, Channel 4, 10.00pm
Mark goes back to university tonight, in order to impress a comely young lady on the same course, while Jeremy decides to take up shoplifting following a spot of peer pressure from Super Hans. These both sound like situations where absolutely nothing can go wrong, don't they? Oh, who are we trying to fool - of course they'll go wrong, and that will be the best part.
» CAN CAN! Moulin Rouge Girls, Living TV, 11.05pm
Six young dancers hop across the Channel (the English Channel, not the television channel) to train at the famous Moulin Rouge in Paris. It's all fun and games until someone gets the consumption, you know.
» Is there something we've missed? Click on the comment link to share your tips.

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