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The many faces of Lucas and Walliams in Come Fly With Me

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David Thair | 00:01 UK time, Tuesday, 23 November 2010

Come Fly With Me

Are you ready? These are just some of the astonishing range of characters Matt Lucas and David Walliams will be playing in their new airport-based mockumentary Come Fly With Me:

The BBC's cameras have been given unprecedented access to one of Britain's busiest airport terminals. For months, the producers have followed anyone and everyone to produce this portrait of life at the cutting edge of aviation. From check-in staff to cabin crew, from pilots to paparazzi, and from low-cost airline owners to their passengers, all human life is here – and all played by Lucas and Walliams.

We'll be introducing two new characters here on the Comedy Blog later this week, but until then, why not re-aquaint yourselves with Melody and Keeley and Ian and Taaj or even being your journey by checking-in online?


  • Comment number 1.

    Does anyone know when Come Fly With Me is scheduled to start?

  • Comment number 2.

    Could be good...I just hope it doesn't turn into a catchphrase of the week type show like Little Britain, and that they don't resort to vomit, wee or naked jokes over and over! Used to be a big Little Britain fan but they pushed it too far with series 3. Please don't make the same mistake twice.

  • Comment number 3.

    Absolutely loved little Britain, it was excellent and I am looking forward to watch Come Fly With Me. Please let me know when it is scheduled please as I really can not wait.

  • Comment number 4.

    Interesting take on the popular Sky series taking the mickey out of a reality show.

    The thing that bothers me is will we be able to spot the difference between Documentary and Mockumentary?

    From the trailers this show looks so close to the truth it could put the aviation transport industry back twenty years.

    Come Fly With Me!!!

  • Comment number 5.

    Two minutes of comedy squeezed into a half hour show - what will they think of next?


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