5/6 James and Barnaby try to find out how ill-disciplined Broken Britain's youth are. (R)
6/6 Pickwell has designs on getting Fraser's job, and it is election time at Abbey Grove. (R)
13/16 The Trotters spot a chance to make some easy money when Boycie needs a dog-sitter. (R)
4/8 Captain Mainwaring's team attempt to bring ashore a downed German Luftwaffe aircraft crew.
BBC Two Scotland only
6/6 Mum and Dad struggle to put things right between them, but Karen is unimpressed. (R)
Stand-up comedy show from the star of Russell Howard's Good News.
1/11 Benedict Cumberbatch hosts, with guest panelists Victoria Coren and Jon Richardson. (R)
2/6 There's a man with a very very tiny office and Ted and Peter host Late Night Dog Poker. (R)
6/13 A civilised dinner party goes awry when Wilfred invites himself along.
9/13 More topical mockery, with guests Greg Davies, Gary Delaney and Jo Caulfield.
17/18 Lois becomes mayor of Quahog and Peter comes to enjoy being the 'first lady' of the town. (R)
18/18 Death grants Peter's wish to go back to 1984 when he was 18, but only for one night. (R)
5/10 After receiving a hefty bonus from work, Stan buys extravagant gadgets. (R)
Comedy. Two couples' relationships are threatened by sex addiction and lack of commitment.
BBC One Northern Ireland only
6/10 Stan and Francine go to a school reunion, but their past comes back to haunts them. (R)
Stand-up comedy show from the star of Russell Howard's Good News. (R)
6/13 A civilised dinner party goes awry when Wilfred invites himself along. (R)
Friday 21 September 2012