The final series of this brilliant comedy satire saw the return of the satellite TV station with all-too-many Mikes and Annas and a selection of low-budget, tragically-presented, slightly familiar shows. The KYTV team was brimming with comedy talent: Angus Deayton was great as Mike Channel, the station's "imploding" personality; Geoffrey Perkins played the smarmy Mike Flex; Michael Fenton Stevens was the inept Martin Brown and Helen Atkinson Wood splendidly irritated as the Anneka Rice-like Anna Daptor - these performances were capped by Philip Pope's brilliantly parodied pop hits. The third series produced many of the show's memorable moments including a documentary about the making of the play David Chizzlenut (loosely based on an idea by Charles Dickens); a journey back to the sexciting Sixties with the help of Kenneth Wolstenholme and the Fabulous Fourpenny Ones; Fly on the Walls where the team goes to Gravesend to live with an ordinary family (the Walls) for a year and the memorable holiday parody Get Away with You!
Episodes Comprise: 1. The Making Of David Chizzlenut 2. Those Sexciting '60's 3. Fly On The Walls 4. 2000 'n' Whither? 5. Hot Crimes 6. Get Away With You