Peter Luff says he is not concerned that a children's show he criticised called him The Right Honourable Piece of Fluff.

The MP for Mid Worcestershire hit out at the BBC1 Saturday morning programme Dick and Dom in da Bungalow, asking whether children wearing underwear on their heads and characters avoiding "turtle poo" was "really the stuff of public service broadcasting?"

And after the BBC defended the show, saying it was "pure fun and entertainment" aimed at eight to 12 year-olds, it seems the show's stars, Richard McCourt and Dominic Wood, have decided to take the mickey out of the MP.

In a spoof version of the news at the end of the latest show, the presenters pretended to interview a man they introduced as "The Right Honourable Piece of Fluff", who went on to say the programme was "absolutely disgusting".

"I'm not offended at all," said Mr Luff. "On the contrary, I wish I'd watched it.

"This sketch shows I've marked their card. They know they are being watched.

"But if you analyse the sorts of words that are used in the show, it does seem to me that there are some explicit sexual references."

Mr Luff said the sketch indicated the programme-makers had taken note of his comments.

"As Oscar Wilde said, there's only one thing worse than being talked about, and that's not being talked about," he said.

But, on the day the BBC revealed Dick and Dom were to make their first entertainment series for adults - a revived version of the 1970s quiz show Ask the Family - Mr Luff said he was a secret fan.

"I watched a bit of their programme and it's obvious they are a talented couple," he said.

"They are energetic and quite clearly they have a lot of contribute to adult comedy, but this risqu stuff just isn't suitable for children."

Steve Ryde, the producer of Dick and Dom in da Bungalow said: "I'm pleased that the Rt Hon Peter Luff was flattered to be included in the spoof.

"He will be delighted to know that Dick and Dom are set to star in a new show on BBC 2 later in the spring."