|02||Bringing Home The Bacon||19990115||19990116|
When a scientist develops pig organs that are transplantable into human beings, the Prime Minister promises free transplants and wins national approval - until the Jewish community starts to complain.
|03||Arise, Sir Boggy!||19990122||19990123|
The Prime Minister claims his New Year's Honours list will be for ordinary people, but all the knighthoods still go to businessmen in exchange for favours. Lottie and Emmeline Pankhurst decide to take matters into their own hands. With Nerys Hughes, Maggie Steed and Mark Williams. Director Turan Ali
|04||A Bowl Of Rice||19990129||19990130|
The G7.5 summit at 10 Downing Street gives Lottie the chance to fulfil a lifelong dream: the ending of world hunger.
|05||Here Come The Grooms||19990205||19990206|
When a gay junior minister gets married to his Swedish boyfriend, the prime minster comes under pressure from home and from Europe to recognise their marriage in British law. When he refuses, Lottie decides to bring back the ghost of Oscar Wilde. But it all goes horribly wrong. With Maggie Steed, Mark Williams, Steve Nallon, Jan Ravens and Andrew Wincott. Director Turan Ali
|06 LAST||Survival Of The Least Fittest||19990212||19990213|
When New Labour uses selection lists to keep out socialist candidates, Lottie brings back the ghost of Charles Darwin to show them that diversity is essential for survival. With Maggie Steed, Mark Williams and special guest Brian Murphy. Director Turan Ali. Jan Ravens and Andrew Wincott. Director Turan Ali