Highlights of an eight-hour comedy marathon at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. (R)
1/6 The footie team's new strip causes controversy. Will they be ready for the new season?
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4/6 Labour MP Duncan Stonebridge dreads a visit from his critical Tory father.
3/9 Single dad Bryan needs an employer who will let his son come along.
6/6 Rosie Burns faces a fashion show, a potential romance and a parting of the ways.
6/6 Dave and the boys organise a surprise 50th birthday for Ramesh.
1/8 A new hospital needs a cure, but does Jim know his Acas from his Nalgo?
20/26 Mainwaring goes into bat when the platoon are challenged to play the wardens.
1/6 Melissa and Compton win a holiday, but spurn Herne Bay for an adventure in ancient Egypt.
5/6 David Mitchell chairs the fibbing quiz. With Graeme Garden, Fred MacAulay and Lucy Porter.
Kettle on, feet up, and have a laugh as Fred tries to make some sense of modern life.
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9/10 Vera's family works out their problems on live television.
4/16 Del and Grandad are horrified when Rodney starts dating a policewoman. (R)
1/4 Accidental billionaire Julius Hutch turns to politics over a compulsory purchase order.
1/2 Featuring Paul Chowdhry, Russell Kane, Charlie Baker, Jason Byrne and many more.
A poet threatens the launch of the Great Gaelic Sat Nav system at Gaelic language HQ. (R)
4/13 Ryan allows his pushy, pregnant sister to move in, despite Wilfred's objections.
7/13 With guests Greg Davies, Stewart Francis and Andi Osho.
1/2 Quirky sketches from Jack Bernhardt, Tobi Wilson, Tom Crowley and Rachel Lerman.
7/18 Stewie ties the knot with his old flame Olivia, but their relationship soon turns stale. (R)
2/6 And why are you late? A game gets out of hand in Martin's local government office.
1/4 Find out why Rapunzel is getting a haircut, and what spiders do for entertainment.
BBC Radio 4
8/13 Meg becomes obsessed with Brian after he accompanies her to the junior prom. (R)
4/4 Sketch comedy from Tom Basden, Stefan Golaszewski, Tim Key and Lloyd Woolf.
8/23 With Stan up for a promotion, the family must be on their best behaviour at a CIA picnic. (R)
9/23 At a CIA father-son baseball game, Stan is determined to show that his son is masculine. (R)
1/2 Featuring Paul Chowdhry, Russell Kane, Charlie Baker, Jason Byrne and many more. (R)
4/13 Ryan allows his pushy, pregnant sister to move in, despite Wilfred's objections. (R)
Friday 7 September 2012