While Wallace is distracted by a romance, Gromit is framed for sheep-rustling.
4/13 Robert Webb reveals his favourite bits from the hit movies of recent times - the mistakes. (R)
Comedy in which a layabout panda learns to defend himself when his home is attacked.
2/4 Summer 2011's UK riots as seen by the people who were closest to the crime.
George's presence in the Mitchell household continues to pile the pressure on Ben and Jay. (R)
3/8 The British boys try new tactics - soup play and using words as an anaesthetic.
15/21 Stewie falls for a girl at a daycare centre. Peter convinces Lois to become a stewardess. (R)
16/21 Peter's new mobster friend Paulie mistakenly believes that Peter wants Lois killed. (R)
5/20 The teasing of Steve's girlfriend, Debbie, drives him to plot his revenge. (R)
6/20 When Hayley breaks up with her boyfriend, she seeks comfort from Stan's CIA body double. (R)
2/4 Summer 2011's UK riots as seen by the people who were closest to the crime. (R)
3/8 The British boys try new tactics - soup play and using words as an anaesthetic. (R)
1/2 Four extraordinary young women come to terms with a loved one behind bars. (R)
Three young people give accounts of their muggings and the aftermath. (R)
Pips Taylor explores why thousands of rapes go unreported and conviction rates remain low. (R)
4/6 Greg finds out if you can escape when you're buried alive and why a boomerang comes back. (R)
Tuesday 10 April 2012