12/20 Roger becomes Roy Rogers McFreely, the elected chairman of the homeowners association. (R)
1/6 Ad man Ken Handley snags a leggy model to spy on the work of a rival agency.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
1/4 Simon uses his 'flair for ideas' to prove how bad he feels about being an arms dealer.
4/6 Fat is a feminist issue for Pam, and for everyone else when she declares war on gravity.
3/6 The author and his wife feel jaded and start planning a break.
7/16 Del tries to go upmarket with some chandelier cleaning, and a move may be on the cards. (R)
1/8 Hannah is driving her mother round the bend and Joe is discovering girls.
1/6 The Questers find themselves in the hands of the wildly unpredictable Queen Eleanor.
BBC Radio 4
6/7 Danielle invites Laura to a university ball, while both Jamie and Keith are at a low ebb.
3/13 Joe feels his disability is holding Bonnie back, so he decides to get a leg transplant. (R)
11/20 Local lobster fishermen are cast away by a tall tale and a tuneful encounter. (R)
3/6 Looking for a campaign boost, Bob courts the religious vote and Broughty Ferry's women. (R)
4/13 To mark the 100th episode, some of the best moments of the past are revisited. (R)
13/20 Steve tries to reconcile his father and convict grandfather. (R)
14/20 Steve and his pals spoil a kid's Bar Mitzvah after he makes a pass at Steve's girlfriend. (R)
6/7 Danielle invites Laura to a university ball, while both Jamie and Keith are at a low ebb. (R)
4/6 Cozzo pretends to be Jewish to satisfy a client's dying needs. Scott has bedroom trouble. (R)
Wednesday 13 February 2013