2/6 Nick's worst fears come true, and Ronnie sells heart rate monitors to Monty Python fans.
6/6 When Bill meets the most able but least sane assassin, Sharla and Mark must locate them.
4/6 Guard Gallagher moves into new lodgings, as the arguments rage over the cottage.
1/4 London 1853, and a firm of religious publishers is transformed by an actress and her son.
3/6 Rosie's company goes new age, promoting the Brighton leg of a Californian guru's tour.
1/6 The ups and downs of a colonoscopy and how the right lighting can make us all look good.
7/8 Harold and Albert quarrel over his plans to travel. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.
5/8 Sir Humphrey warns on Public-Private Partnership, and Jim learns it takes two to quango.
The Bobo girls take to the stage with music and comedy. Starring Rebecca Front.
6/6 Ken comforts Carol, who despairs over transvestite hubby George.
1/4 Amateur philosopher Julius Hutch's plan for 'pottering' in retirement hits the buffers.
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6/6 Unisex barbers and wrong telephone numbers. Cerebral sketch show with Neil Edmond.
The Comedy Club offers the best laughs around. Arthur Smith chats to Ed Byrne.
5/6 Bored Satan's debate on the motivation of scientists leads to a startling discovery.
Manchester's 1996 Olympic bid is mocked. Sketches, stand-up and general ranting.