2015 Specials - Nanger Management
Nan's aggressive attitude to harmless pensioners finally gets her into trouble with the police, and she's forced to attend anger management classes.
However, her course leader is revealed to be struggling with some latent issues of his own, which are in danger of being brought bubbling back to the surface.
Meanwhile, Jamie joins forces with Nan's kindly new neighbour to raise funds for the local zoo, with unexpectedly dramatic results.
- Sunday 27th December 2015
- BBC One
- 35 minutes
- Friday 12th June 2015 at The London Studios
Show past repeats
|Friday 26th February 2016||11:05pm||BBC1|
|Wednesday 3rd October 2018||10:40pm||Gold|
|Thursday 4th October 2018||1:50am||Gold|
|Friday 30th November 2018||11:10pm||Gold|
|Saturday 1st December 2018||9:00pm||Gold|
|Wednesday 4th December 2019||10:30pm||Gold|
|Thursday 5th December 2019||2:50am||Gold|
|Thursday 12th December 2019||12:35am||Gold|
|Friday 20th December 2019||1:30am||Gold|
|Tuesday 24th December 2019||2:00am||Gold|
Cast & crew
|Warwick Davis||Mr Fanée|
|Amy Bowden||Charlotte (Emo girl)|
|Jamie Chapman||George (Speccy)|
|Seeta Indrani||Relationship Therapist|
|Naveed Khan||Rasheed (Caretaker)|
|Dan Starkey||Ian (Shorty)|
|Sophie Clarke-Jervoise||Executive Producer|
|Catherine Tate||Executive Producer|
|James Dillon||Production Designer|
Nan is a brilliantly observed character, a game old bird who comes out with an occasional cracker.Veronica Lee, The Arts Desk, 28th December 2015
It's been a while since we have seen the outrageous pensioner that is Catherine Tate's Nan - but she hasn't lost any of her edge as we discovered when she reprised the role for a couple of episodes. But she has gone down so well with viewers that there could well be a new series on the cards.Duncan Lindsay, Metro, 27th December 2015
Ironically, the season of goodwill might be the only time of year you can get away with comedy as rude and crude as this. There's a panto atmosphere as Tate's misanthropic pensioner returns, in front of a live studio audience, for two new rampages.
Having beaten up a blind veteran in the street, Nan must complete an anger management class or go to prison. This doesn't stop her needling her therapist (Warwick Davis) and bullying the other members of the group. When Tate is on form she can wring a guilty laugh out of anyone; when she isn't and the script falls back on Nan just being nasty, it's the opposite of joyful.Jack Seale, Radio Times, 23rd December 2015