1/6 The sitcom formally known as 'Unnatural Acts' gets a new title - and a new arrival.
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6/7 Bertie comes a cropper while trying to rescue Gussie's notebook.
9/9 Single dad Bryan finds himself double-booked for the festivities.
6/6 Robin is soaking. Derek is excited. Maureen is furious. Whatever next?
5/6 Some moth-based lunacy and a heartwarming tale of the days before health and safety.
7/8 Jim stands firm against government surveillance, until his own life comes under threat.
26/26 The platoon is selected to take part in a worldwide radio show.
1/6 After a few drinks, English teacher Jason Slater wakes up in the 19th century.
Nicholas Parsons welcomes Kenneth Williams, Peter Jones, Derek Nimmo and Clement Freud.
Fred catches up with space cowboy Steve Miller and goes in search of an adrenalin rush!
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1/7 The author reads his own specially commissioned story of the Ransomes.
3/6 James is suspicious when Russell stays late in the office with saucy secretary Sue.
6/6 This episode starts by going to the dogs and ends with surely the world's oldest hymn.
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5/6 Justin Edwards and the team tastefully make fun of the news from the last seven days.
3/4 Find out what is popular, so you can be too! Plus, visiting Britain's least-haunted house. (R)
2/8 The news of 1936 - and stereotypes in space.
2/4 The story of Victorian Britain's most respected detective.
Friday 19 October 2012