Little Crackers.

Little Crackers

Sky One comedy drama. 36 episodes (3 series), 2010 - 2012. Stars Chris O'Dowd, Catherine Tate, Julian Barratt, Stephen Fry, Kathy Burke, Bill Bailey, Julia Davis and others.

Little Crackers 2010

Little Crackers. Image shows from L to R: Eunice (Briony Farr), Victoria Wood.

1. Victoria Wood's Little Cracker

First broadcast: Sunday 19th December 2010

For eight-year-old Eunice, this Christmas is going to be different. This year it's just her and her dad, and there's little festive spirit to be found.

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Little Crackers. Santa (Chris O'Dowd).

2. Chris O'Dowd's Little Cracker

First broadcast: Sunday 19th December 2010

Not everyone has a soft spot for Santa in an autobiographical short written by and starring Chris O'Dowd.

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Little Crackers. Image shows from L to R: Josephine (Catherine Tate), Young Catherine (Madeleine Power).

3. Catherine Tate's Little Cracker

First broadcast: Monday 20th December 2010

A novel twist on the Nativity in an autobiographical short written, directed by and starring Catherine Tate.

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Little Crackers. Satan (Julian Barratt).

4. Julian Barratt's Little Cracker

First broadcast: Monday 20th December 2010

Get to know Satan, yes Satan, in an autobiographical short written, directed by and starring Julian Barratt.

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Little Crackers. Image shows from L to R: Headmaster (Stephen Fry), Fry (Daniel Roche).

5. Stephen Fry's Little Cracker

First broadcast: Tuesday 21st December 2010

Someone's sweet tooth lands him in trouble in an autobiographical short written by and starring Stephen Fry.

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Little Crackers. Image shows from L to R: Nun (Kathy Burke), Young Kathy (Ami Metcalf).

6. Kathy Burke's Little Cracker

First broadcast: Tuesday 21st December 2010

The Clash gives a certain fan life-changing advice in an autobiographical short written by and starring Kathy Burke.

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Little Crackers. Jo Brand.

7. Jo Brand's Little Cracker

First broadcast: Wednesday 22nd December 2010

It's all about teenage turmoil and a moggy mystery in an autobiographical short written by and starring Jo Brand.

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Little Crackers. Bill (Bill Bailey).

8. Bill Bailey's Little Cracker

First broadcast: Wednesday 22nd December 2010

Christmas is about giving not gadgetry in an autobiographical short written, directed by and starring Bill Bailey.

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Little Crackers. Image shows from L to R: David Baddiel, Frank Skinner.

9. David Baddiel's Little Cracker

First broadcast: Thursday 23rd December 2010

Even those normally right can be wrong in an autobiographical short written, directed by and starring David Baddiel.

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Little Crackers. Image shows from L to R: Susan Johnways (Julia Davis), Young Julia (Clementine Starling), Ron Johnways (Kevin Eldon).

10. Julia Davis's Little Cracker

First broadcast: Thursday 23rd December 2010

A shy teen prepares for her first kiss in an autobiographical short written, directed by and starring Julia Davis.

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Little Crackers. HM The Queen Mother (Dawn French).

11. Dawn French's Little Cracker

First broadcast: Friday 24th December 2010

Make way for the Queen Mother who comes to visit in an autobiographical short inspired by and starring Dawn French.

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Little Crackers. Image shows from L to R: Young Meera (Narisa Padhiar), Meera Syal.

12. Meera Syal's Little Cracker

First broadcast: Saturday 25th December 2010

Uncle Satnam steps out from Santa's shadow in an autobiographical short written by and starring Meera Syal. Filmed in 3D.

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