Stephen Fry chairs the almost impossible quiz with guests Alan Davies, Helen Atkinson-Wood, Bill Bailey and Andy Hamilton. This edition's subjects include chimpanzees, chromosomes and cuttlefish.
Featuring a beatboxing goat, a kitten giving a massage, and an incredible Justin Bieber prank.
It's Dad's annual hinge oiling evening but when he spills his oil on Mum's beloved carpet, it's a race against time to clean it up before she finds out. Meanwhile, Jim gets a cat.
Contestants try to score as few points as possible by plumbing the depths of their knowledge.
It's day three in Blackburn and self-confessed `Stepford Wife' Michelle Brandon is hosting. Michelle's top tip for cooking is get it out of a packet. Can Michelle really get away with her corner-cutting antics in the kitchen, including her packet pasta sauce and packet meringues?
It's the last day in Blackburn and Steven's turn in the kitchen. Things start well, but Steven panics when Michelle doesn't finish her starter and then he splits his Hollandaise. When dessert also fails to wow Michelle, Steven's charm offensive goes into overdrive as he compares her to one of his speciality cheeses. Will Steven's week-long schmoozing campaign pay off?
On the sofa are Mark Wahlberg in `Transformers: The Last Knight', Tom Holland in `Spider-Man: Homecoming', Sienna Miller in `Cat on a Hot Tin Roof', Woody Harrelson and Andy Serkis in `War for the Planet of the Apes', and Alison Moyet.
Chris Harris and a Bugatti Chiron attempt to cross the Arabian peninsula faster than Matt LeBlanc and a roster of money-no-object transport solutions. Back in Britain, Rory Reid constructs a life-size arcade game to test the Renault Twingo GT.
Matt LeBlanc is the first to test America's explosive new supercar, the Ford GT. Presenters Chris Harris and Sabine Schmitz go head-to-head in one of motorsport's toughest events, a buggy race across the wild Californian desert.
Stephen Fry chairs the almost impossible quiz with guests Alan Davies, Bill Bailey, Phill Jupitus and David Mitchell. Topics under discussion include china, Corby and coffee.
Stephen Fry hosts the quiz show in which contestants are rewarded more if their answers are `quite interesting'. Panellists Alan Davies, Clive Anderson, Jo Brand and Phill Jupitus cover topics such as clowns, cuckoos and Cinderella.
Stephen Fry chairs the almost impossible quiz with guests Alan Davies, Bill Bailey, Dara O'Briain, and Phill Jupitus. Topics covered include catastrophes, cosmonauts and coconuts.
Jen has a new admirer, but his romantic gesture goes horribly wrong when Jen's inability to tell the truth results in a very public humiliation. Meanwhile, Moss and Roy conduct an experiment with a `lonely hearts' website.
What is behind the mysterious red door in the IT department? What has happened to Moss's new mug? Why is Roy in danger of becoming known as a `desk rabbit'?
When Laura learns that Jamie has a date, she goes out of her way to get one herself. She arranges an internet date with Marcus, a proper, grown-up man with a flat and a job. However, on Danielle's advice, she chooses not to tell him about being a mother. Meanwhile, Mike is on a body-transforming course combining high-strength Russian muscle steroids with a kettlebell workout.
Scott and Dave track a pair of mobile phone thieves with the help of GPS technology, Nick pushes his motor to the limit as he pursues a criminal gang and Jason has to deal with his own personal traffic nightmare. Elsewhere, Vicky spots a van overflowing with suspicious-looking scrap and a BMW ploughs into a house over the Christmas period.
Police Constables Scott and Dave track a pair of mobile phone thieves with the help of GPS technology. Meanwhile, PC Jason searches for a hit-and-run driver after being called to a convenience store.
In Scotland, Paul Darvill goes to see a barn find: a rusting 1967 Iso Grifo sports car. It is estimated to be worth about £30,000, but will it disintegrate before the hammer falls?
Sandi Toksvig considers some noteworthy noble rot with Jeremy Clarkson, Sara Pascoe, Jason Manford, and Alan Davies.
Rob Brydon, Lee Mack and David Mitchell are joined by Clare Balding OBE, Rhod Gilbert, Nick Grimshaw and Rob Delaney.
Rob Brydon, Lee Mack and David Mitchell are joined by Richard Hammond, Sean Lock, Judy Murray and Trevor Noah.
Sandi Toksvig looks at the naked truth with Richard Osman, Lolly Adefope, Lee Mack, and Alan Davies.
Adam has finally been recognised for his musical talent, but it's overshadowed when Jonny arrives home and announces he's got married.
Michael takes his comedy roadshow to the Sunderland Empire Theatre, where he introduces Simon Evans, Jimeoin and Imran Yusuf. Topping the bill is north-east England's Sarah Millican.
In this very special Christmas episode, the star of BBC Three's 'Asian Provocateur' Romesh Ranganthan is your host as he introduces the exceptionally talented Seann Walsh, the fabulous Kerry Godliman plus surreal comedian Spencer Jones.
Jamie is turning 18 and Mike has taken over organising the party. His main mission is to source some high quality, mind-altering substances. He decides to go organic and get hold of some mushrooms. Beth comes on the hunt and steers him towards a harmless non-psychedelic type. Laura is torn between going to a `real' party with Danielle or showing up at Jamie's 18th. In the end, she decides to give Jamie a chance.