Stephen Fry asks unanswerable questions about house and home, with Bill Bailey, Eddie Izzard, Danny Baker and Alan Davies.
Drunk drivers, dangerous overtaking, and the wrath of Mother Nature - as well as some breathtaking personal accounts of the incidents.
Joining Graham are actress Jessica Chastain, comedian and writer Dawn French, actress Rebel Wilson, and the stars of `Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle', Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart and Jack Black. With music from Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds.
Matt LeBlanc looks back through Top Gear highlights including an Aston Martin DB9 against the Eurostar to Monte Carlo, a Bugatti Veyron vs a Eurofighter, and a rental car against an America's Cup yacht in New Zealand.
Matt LeBlanc guides us through another batch of races, including an Alfa Romeo 4C against an amphibious ATV Quad in the Italian Lakes, a four-way race across London and a Porsche 911 Turbo vs the unstoppable force of gravity.
Another look through the archive with Matt LeBlanc, featuring a WRC Mini rally car against an Olympic gold medallist on a skeleton bob, a Bugatti Veyron against James May in a Cessna, and a VW Toureg vs some snowmobilers.
An Aston Martin DB4 Zagato sells for a whopping $13 million, and its owner spends even more money restoring it to mint condition ready for the world's most prestigious classic car show.
In London, the car hunters find a star car for the Monaco auction: a rare Ferrari 275 GTS/4 NART Spyder valued at over $19 million.
At the Detroit auction a beautiful 1929 Duesenberg goes under the hammer. It's easy to see why this car was often the choice of 30s film stars such as Clark Gable and Ginger Rogers.
Steve Potter and Tom Ford present us with the most exciting aspects of the motor industry right now!
Jeremy Clarkson and James May put their petrol-heads together on a journey to identify, name and shame the world's worst car ever.
In the first episode of the series, animals cause havoc on the roads, and not even the police are immune from scrutiny of the citizens' cameras.
This episode focuses on public transport and shows that while it may be an environmentally friendly way to travel, it offers no guarantee that the traveller will make it to their destination in one piece.
This episode looks at some of the most unpredictable occurrences on the roads. Whether it is motorists being chased by hapless lunatics, or having to avoid giant craters in the road, it just goes to show, some things are totally unexpected.
Shocking examples include dodgy overtaking, botched simple manoeuvres and duels with other motorists at junctions, persistent offenders white man van and the man in the white Lada, and to restore your faith in mankind some saintly drivers.
Chris pits two of the fastest and most expensive road racers, the Porsche 911 GT3 RS and the Aston Martin GT12 on both road and track up against the McLaren 650S.
Chris heads to Italy where he's introduced to the new Ferrari 488 GTB by test driver Raffaele de Simone. Chris is then let loose in the 488 on the winding roads of Maranello.
Contestants try to score as few points as possible by plumbing the depths of their knowledge.
Stephen Fry asks unanswerable questions about health and safety, with Ross Noble, David Mitchell, Jeremy Clarkson and Alan Davies.
Joel travels to the sub-zero Steppe of Mongolia to find out if his Western workout regime has prepared him for the traditional `manly' skills required for the hard life of a nomad.
The star of `Josh' and `The Last Leg', Josh Widdicombe is your host as he introduces the brilliant Nathan Caton and Australian comic Celia Pacquola to the stage.
Performing stand-up for a packed house in London's Hoxton Hall, comedian Bridget Christie dives into the politics of gender, sex and equality.
A young man awaits the verdict in a murder trial and a drug addict is offered a deal to snitch on her gangland boyfriend.
Together on Graham's sofa are rock star Sir Elton John, actor and writer Stephen Fry, actress Carey Mulligan, pop star Robbie Williams, singer-songwriter P!nk, who performs `What About Us'.
Andy's desperate for cash to pay his rent, so when he hears his estranged Uncle Frank is dying, he thinks it's his chance to get in the will. Without Sam's knowledge, Andy takes Errol to Frank's cabin for an unforgettable family reunion.