"Little Britain" is a comedy sketch show written by and starring David Walliams and Matt Lucas. It began life on Radio 4 in 2001 before moving to BBC Three in 2003. Tom Baker's quintessentially English narration gives the series an added dimension and Walliams and Lucas work alongside a supporting cast that includes Anthony Head, Ruth Jones and Joann Condon. Recurring characters include Emily, who likes to exclaim "I'm a lady", wheelchair-bound Andy Pipkin and his carer Lou Todd, teenager Vicky Pollard, and Daffyd Thomas, who frequently exclaims to be "the only gay in the village". After two series on BBC Three, the third series transferred to BBC One. Regular characters were seen visiting other countries in two episodes of "Little Britain Abroad" over Christmas 2006 and spin-off series "Little Britain USA" premiered on BBC One in 2008.