2/10 Steve's book is a success, leading him to abandon his family for a celebrity lifestyle. (R)
4/6 Dale Maily gets to the bottom of drugs, while James and Barnaby meet David Willets. (R)
2/2 Josh Widdicombe introduces Mark Watson, Shappi Khorsandi, Marcus Brigstocke and others. (R)
5/6 Alfie steps in as coach when Abbey Grove takes on the local public school at football. (R)
9/16 Del starts a dalliance with a seductive antiques dealer. (R)
14/14 Captain Mainwaring and his men take to the water when they acquire a platoon boat. (R)
BBC Two Scotland
5/6 Miranda's mother insists on throwing a party to introduce her daughter to suitable men. (R)
BBC One except Scotland
5/6 Liam lies to Caroline after he injures himself while snooping in a neighbour's house.
Greg Davies's stand-up show based on an encounter with a stray Spanish dog.
5/6 Agnes mistakenly believes that her family are planning to put her in a nursing home. (R)
1/18 With Victoria Coren, Bill Bailey, Jimmy Carr and Alan Davies.
2/8 Sketch show featuring iPads for horses and a YouTube-obsessed prime minister.
BBC Two except Wales
7/9 Mackenzie Crook, Chris Packham, Victoria Coren and Rhod Gilbert join the regulars. (R)
4/6 Low-cost airline FlyLo becomes carbon-neutral at the insistence of owner Omar Baba. (R)
An unexpected visitation from the sky brings the messenger of death to Lostbost. (R)
2/4 Top stand-up highlights, including Iain Stirling, Tony Law, Matt Rees and Ben Target.
15/18 Lois gets a job as the church organist, so the family decides to go to church. (R)
16/18 Chris is expelled from school and sent to a boarding school. (R)
3/10 Francine finds herself idolising a group of women who seem to have it all. (R)
Darkly comic drama. Teenager Scott yearns for more-than-friendship with his neighbour.
4/10 After fighting, Stan and Roger switch roles and taste life in each other's shoes. (R)
2/4 Top stand-up highlights, including Iain Stirling, Tony Law, Matt Rees and Ben Target. (R)
Saturday 15 September 2012