Featuring a rapping goldfish, a bubble-wrap bike, and the craziest beard ever seen.
Stephen Fry asks unanswerable questions about house and home, with Bill Bailey, Eddie Izzard, Danny Baker and Alan Davies.
Louis Theroux spends time at King's College Hospital in London - a specialist liver centre - where he immerses himself in the lives of patients in the grips of alcohol addiction and the medical staff trying to make them better.
Louis visits the city's most famous hospital - Cedars-Sinai Medical Centre in West Hollywood - where he meets patients battling for their lives against serious illnesses.
Stephen Fry asks unanswerable questions about horses and hunting, with Clare Balding, Dara O Briain, Jimmy Carr and Alan Davies.
Guests tonight are `Star Wars' and `Trainspotting' star Ewan McGregor, legendary actor, producer and director Danny DeVito, comedian and actress Miranda Hart, `Jurassic Park' star Sam Neill and top comic John Bishop. The musical guest is Amber Riley.
Complete strangers battle it out for the title of ultimate dinner party host.
Featuring an amazing musical marriage proposal, the best golf fail ever, and some dancing squirrels.
BAFTA-nominated actor and comedian from the valleys Rob Brydon hosts, and special guests are funny lady Sarah Millican and Ireland's very own Jason Byrne.
Stephen Fry asks unanswerable questions about highs and lows, with Sandi Toksvig, Fred MacAulay, Rob Brydon and Alan Davies.
Contestants try to score as few points as possible by plumbing the depths of their knowledge.
Joining Graham on the sofa are Kate Winslet and Idris Elba, who star together in romance-disaster movie `The Mountain Between Us', and stand-up comedian Chris Rock. Plus music and chat from Liam Gallagher who performs single `For What It's Worth'.
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May engage in an epic race from Wembley to the San Siro stadium in Milan. Hamstrung by a rule about price, Clarkson maximises his bang-for-buck with a £35,000, 662 horsepower Shelby Mustang GT500, while Hammond and May pin their hopes to the ever-improving pan-European rail network.
Sandi Toksvig considers some naval navigation matters with Johnny Vegas, Ronni Ancona, Jimmy Carr, and Alan Davies.
Stephen Fry asks unanswerable questions about health and safety, with Ross Noble, David Mitchell, Jeremy Clarkson and Alan Davies.
Jeremy Clarkson subjects the new Kia Cee'd to a thorough road test involving eels, curry, a rock legend, an American cop, and a rather unusual game of rugby involving James May. Meanwhile, Richard Hammond is in Mexico for a nervous road test of the Mastretta sports car, a trio of hot hatchbacks tear it up on the test track, and another top celebrity takes their turn as the `Star in the Reasonably Priced Car'.
Stand-up comedy from the world-famous Hammersmith Apollo. Lee Mack, comedian and star of BBC One sitcom `Not Going Out', presents sets from American comic Rich Hall and Scotland's very own Danny Bhoy.
Graham is joined by actor and activist Jane Fonda, Nicole Kidman and Colin Farrell, who star together in `The Killing of a Sacred Deer', Bryan Cranston, who is performing at the National Theatre, and comedian Matt Lucas. With music from Niall Horan.
It's a trip down memory lane to revisit the best bits from the last series with host Jimmy Carr, team captains Jon Richardson and Sean Lock and a host of celebrity guests.
Sam is mortified when Errol catches her in an embarrassing position; meanwhile, Andy is horrified when Val Pearson catches him spying outside his club. Andy holds auditions for his new band so he can enter Battle of the Bands.
Errol's paternal grandmother is hosting a family lunch and Sam ropes Andy into coming along for moral support. Unfortunately it's just as Errol's `cool' uncle Rex arrives home on holiday and Andy embarks on a competition to win Errol's affections.