David is joined by Mackenzie Crook and Chris Packham, while Lee Mack is joined by Victoria Coren and Rhod Gilbert.
Lorraine Kelly and Dara O Briain join David, and Lee is joined by Barry Cryer and Sue Perkins.
Compilation of some of the best moments from the UK's premier motoring programme.
Comedy clip show highlighting amusing internet videos.
Giles and Monica travel to South Africa where they experience a land of contrasts through working in two very different hotels. The Silo is an industrial-chic, luxury art-themed hotel in the heart of Cape Town. It sits in the former elevator shaft of a 90-year-old 187-foot grain silo (once dubbed the tallest building in sub-Saharan Africa).
Sandi Toksvig considers all things odorous and odious. Why is the world's second-smelliest man so frustrated? Sandi has the answer. With: Sally Phillips, Ross Noble, Nish Kumar, and Alan Davies.
Sandi Toksvig considers various odds and ends. Ever wondered how to tell a schnauzerorgan from a paddywhack? Sandi has the answers. With Romesh Ranganathan, Matt Lucas, Liza Tarbuck and Alan Davies.
Contestants try to score as few points as possible by plumbing the depths of their knowledge.
Sandi Toksvig looks at opposites. Find out how to sort the sheep from the goats, discover the opposite of Tarzan, and meet the telescope that points straight through the Earth. With Sara Pascoe, Colin Lane, Jimmy Carr, and Alan Davies.
Sandi Toksvig looks at Operations. Find out how to turn a muffin into an offensive weapon, with Bill Bailey, Katherine Ryan, Rhod Gilbert, and Alan Davies.
Monica and Giles travel to South America to work in Hotel Vira Vira, a unique hotel overlooking an active volcano near Pucon, the adventure capital of Chile and gateway to the Andes and the country's Lake District.
Host Jimmy Carr returns and team captains Jon Richardson and Sean Lock are joined by Craig Revel Horwood, Roisin Conaty, Rob Delaney and Tom Rosenthal in this edition.
Across Europe, police forces are on the hunt for fugitives, fleeing from justice. Detectives in the UK, Amsterdam and Spain track down men and women on the run.