8/10 Stan wants Steve to be popular and gives him steroids. (R)
9/10 After Steve shows a lack of interest in Stan's job, Stan replaces him. (R)
4/6 Holli rashly challenges the boys' football team, while Saz boasts about a new boyfriend. (R)
5/6 Amber struggles to cope with her feelings for her ex-boyfriend Brandon. (R)
6/6 Saz is determined to lose her virginity and sets about finding the ideal boy. (R)
1/8 A handpicked collection of the hottest emerging talent getting the comedy scene in a spin. (R)
Becky's got a hangover and Steve hides a special surprise from her. (R)
Steve cooks a big breakfast to welcome the latest member of Paul's family into the fold. (R)
1/2 Comedy panel show celebrating the past 60 years of television in Scotland.
BBC One Scotland only
1/2 Classic moments from the five series which Kenny Everett made for the BBC. (R)
10/10 Fraochy Bay is getting ready to see in the New Year. But the clock tower has no bells! (R)
Performance of Simon Amstell's stand-up show, 'Numb', recorded at TV Centre.
14/18 Christmas edition with Sarah Millican, Phill Jupitus, Danny Baker and Alan Davies.
2/2 Classic moments brought to the screen by Kenny Everett's stable of wacky characters. (R)
2/2 Comedy panel show celebrating the past 60 years of television in Scotland.
1/2 Old, new, clean and not so clean, evergreen Jewish pensioners provide more laughs. (R)
Jonathan Watson and the team look back on a year of golden moments.
9/12 Special edition, as Russell picks his favourite sporting news stories from all six series. (R)
2/2 More senior citizen silliness. Old Jews cracking old gags - what's not to like? (R)
10/12 Russell chooses his favourite 'big news' stories from all six series of his show. (R)
11/30 Animated sitcom. Brian dates Meg's teacher, putting strain on his relationship with Peter. (R)
Popular stand-up comedian John Bishop returns with a brand new show.
BBC One except Scotland
13/30 Chris runs away to South America, where he assimilates into a tribal culture. (R)
3/6 Sketch show starring Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill featuring Karen Dunbar and others.
BBC One Scotland, Scotland HD only
14/30 Peter creates his own TV station, broadcasting edgy programming from the Griffin home. (R)
Popular stand-up comedian John Bishop returns with a brand new show. (R)
15/30 After writing a story for a local magazine, Brian lands a job with the New Yorker. (R)
Spoof. Three dim-witted youngsters attempt to prevent an imminent alien invasion.
16/30 Lois thinks Stewie is acting out and orders Peter to spend more time with him. (R)
2/10 Steve's book is a success, leading him to abandon his family for a celebrity lifestyle. (R)
3/10 Francine finds herself idolising a group of women who seem to have it all. (R)
4/10 After fighting, Stan and Roger switch roles and taste life in each other's shoes. (R)
Steve and Becky have run out of beer and Steve's mum's had an argument with her boyfriend. (R)
While tidying up after being burgled, Steve decides to ask Becky's dad a big question. (R)
Tuesday 1 January 2013