BBC: Little Britain edited for BBC One
I can understand how the BBC would want to change some of the scenes. Daffyd's scenes in particular include a lot harder language which many people would find offensive.
However, if you enjoyed the first series and you haven't started watching the new series on BBC Three, make sure you start now so that you don't miss the scenes that they cut. Also it would be good to compare the two versions.
Instructions: Shade in nine regions such that no two shaded regions touch (even at a corner) and that eight of them "point" in different directions. The numbers outside the grid tell you how many shaded regions there should be in that row or column.
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