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Tracey Ullman's Show
E3 of 6
Series 2 - Episode 3
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Tonight Angela Merkel and Nicola Sturgeon become rivals, the Murdoch Bunch play Monopoly (Ben Miller’s Rupert Murdoch is brilliant, even if we’ve heard the joke before) and Tracey’s hooligan Dame Judi Dench smashes up a crockery shop.
The pick of the skits, though, is her ordinary mother’s sung lament for a family lost to digital technology (where even the dog is addicted to films about sausages), and also her Germaine Greer by a bus stop. Reimagining the feminist writer as an intellectually homeless bag lady feels harsh but, like the best of Tracey, it also carries a ring of truth, poignancy and fellow-feeling.
Nicola Sturgeon is so keen on Angela Merkel's style that she will go to any length to get the look. It's a big day for security guard Leah, while top New York producer Bernice Rubin heads to the UK to secure some Shakespeare for Broadway. Comedy sketches, with Ben Miller and Anna Maxwell Martin.
Cast & Crew
Anna Maxwell Martin
Georgia May Jagger
Full Episode Guide
“I invented swearing!”: Judi Dench says Tracey Ullman’s impression is more accurate than you'd think
The star of Victoria & Abdul talks about her naughty side, playing the monarch and teaching Victoria's Rufus Sewell
Tracey Ullman unveils Theresa May impression ahead of new BBC show
BBC reveals details of new five-part Philomena Cunk series Cunk on Britain
Tracey Ullman's guide to her favourite celebrity impressions
Tracey Ullman: fewer people mistake me for Julie Walters these days
Tracey Ullman lines up new impressions of Nicola Sturgeon and Clare Balding
Tracey Ullman’s Show is coming back for a second series on BBC1
Whatever happened to David "Not The Magician" Copperfield?
How US comedy star Tracey Ullman came home to the BBC
Tracey Ullman: "we have wonderful older actresses in this country who aren’t afraid to look old"
BBC comedy boss jokes that BBC3 bidders are like Bond villains
Tracey Ullman returning to BBC after 30 years for a brand-new comedy series