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The Last BB Coverage Of The Year

The Big Brother 8 Finale took place last night and fans will doubtless be suffering from BB withdrawal symptoms over the coming days and weeks. However, there's a couple more Big Brother-related shows to go, just to help wean you off.

On Sunday afternoon, Dermot O'Leary joins this year's Winner Brian Belo and most of the other contestants in the House for a chat and a look back over the past 13 weeks.

'Big Brother's Little Brother: The Reunion' show starts at 12.50pm on Channel 4 and will probably see Dermot dishing-out various awards just for fun, as in previous years. The show will be repeated on sister channel E4 later in the day, at 2.55pm.

Just don't expect disqualified former housemate Emily Parr to turn up, nor millionaire businessman Jonathan Durden, who's apparently booked himself into the Priory due to some kind of drugs and sex addition or whatever. That he should be so interesting...?

And if Chanelle turns-up – which she inevitably will now that she's set to make more cash by getting together with Ziggy (even if it is totally fake) – you can expect her to sit as far away from arch-enemy Charley Uchea as possible!

Fans can also see how the BB8 Finalists got on during their first week in the outside world on Friday night's 'Big Brother: What The Housemates Did Next' show on Channel 4 at 9pm.

So, remember: Sunday the 2nd of September and Friday the 7th of September 2007. Don't forget that Channel 4 +1 (1 hour behind Channel 4) and E4 +1 are both available to digital viewers if you don't manage to tune-in in time.

Make the most of these two shows BB fans, as that's your lot until the New Year!

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