Comedy clip show highlighting amusing internet videos.
Stephen Fry hosts the quiz show in which contestants are rewarded more if their answers are `quite interesting'. Alan Davies, Jimmy Carr, Phill Jupitus and Johnny Vegas tackle the subject of eating.
Host Richard Hammond shares more disastrous outcomes from the history of Top Gear, including building the world's first hovercraft van.
Contestants try to score as few points as possible by plumbing the depths of their knowledge.
On Graham's sofa tonight: Making her first British chat-show appearance in 42 years, Dame Maggie Smith, starring in the new film `The Lady in the Van' with Alex Jennings who joins her on the sofa; four-times Oscar-nominated Bradley Cooper and British star Sienna Miller, co-starring in a new chef movie `Burnt' and chat and music from Justin Bieber, who performs the chart-topping single `What Do You Mean?'
Italian sports cars, military manoeuvres and a trip to Belgium. Richard Hammond is on the shores of Lake Como testing the exciting new Alfa Romeo 4C. Actor Tom Hiddleston is the star in the reasonably priced car.
Four strangers take it in turns to host a dinner party hoping to impress their guests and win a cash prize.
In Chandalar, Glenn is running low on food and must go the extra mile to find enough sustenance to survive. Sue turns failure into success after heading into the Tundra to investigate a strange shadow on the horizon.
In Kavik, Sue needs to start filling her freezer in preparation for the cold weather. In Noorvik, the Hailstones embark on a unique money making endeavour.
Nick Knowles and the team head to Peterborough for their most ambitious build ever. They have just nine days to build a new centre from scratch for Little Miracles - a charity that helps children with additional needs and life-limiting conditions.
Stephen Fry delves deep into his mine of bizarre arcana as Alan Davies, Jeremy Hardy, Barry Cryer and Jeremy Clarkson engage their wits. Topics this week include Birmingham, Bhutan and baldness.
Food is in short supply in Chandalar as Glenn sets off on a 60 mile journey back to civilisation. In Noorvik, the Hailstones embark on a summer tradition to Camp Kookoochaiq hoping for a bounty of salmon.
Richard Hammond scours the Top Gear archives to relive the team's attempt to build their very own electric car and a caravan-based train.
Topics up for discussion this week include bears, bulbs and bamboo. Jimmy Carr, Bill Bailey, Jo Brand and Alan Davies play the game of being witty, amusing and clever.
Dara O'Briain is joined by special guests Stephen K Amos and Frankie Boyle. Recorded at the world-famous Hammersmith Apollo, this show hammers computer geeks, Australians, the 70s and present buying.
Matt gets to grips with the fire-breathing Mercedes-AMG GT R supercar. Elsewhere, Chris Harris and Rory Reid journey across Cuba in a pair of second-hand sports cars, while comedian Ross Noble takes to the `Top Gear' track in the Reasonably Fast Car.
Rory and Chris tell us what it was like driving across Cuba together. Chris gets his hands on the Nissan GTR Nismo and takes it round Dunsfold, and Ross Noble stops in to explain his love of large machinery.
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May demonstrate their love for compact, small-engined cars with a trip to Ukraine. James Blunt is the star in the Reasonably Priced Car.
Together on Graham's sofa are 14 time Oscar-nominated actor, director and producer Warren Beatty talking about `Rules Don't Apply', comedian Miranda Hart playing Miss Hannigan in `Annie', Keeley Hawes in TV series `The Durrells', and Peter Capaldi discusses his decision to leave `Doctor Who'. Musical guest Jennifer Hudson performs her single `Remember Me'.