2/20 Roger thinks that he is the victim of identity theft and does a little detective work. (R)
7/12 Topical comedy show in which Russell Howard offers up his unique perspective on the news. (R)
1/6 Viva decides to leave home, while Amber has trouble dumping her boyfriend. (R)
13/13 Mysteries multiply, bewildering even Wilfred. Ryan presides over Jenna and Drew's big day. (R)
2/6 Basil decides to have some alterations made to the hotel. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
1/6 The family have decisions to make about work, video games, and who to take to a funeral. (R)
3/8 Mr T searches out the world's daftest people in articles, CCTV footage and home videos. (R)
5/11 Damian Lewis hosts, with guest panellists Nigel Farage and Harry Shearer.
5/6 Tom hosts a dinner for Gemma who shows up with an uninvited guest.
9/18 With Julia Zemiro, Sue Perkins, Ross Noble and Alan Davies.
6/9 Guest panellists include Janet Street-Porter, Omid Djalili, Dave Gorman and Davina McCall. (R)
3/16 Mort Goldman accidentally steps into a time machine and winds up in 1939 Poland. (R)
4/16 When Peter wins free gas for a year, Brian suggests a road trip to the Grand Canyon. (R)
3/20 Francine urges Stan to stand up for himself when his boss takes advantage of him. (R)
4/20 Stan is jealous to learn that Francine was once engaged to a pilot who is now missing. (R)
Black comedy about a lowly flower-shop assistant who nurtures a carnivorous plant.
BBC Two except Scotland
Saturday 10 November 2012