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)
1/7 Becky's got a hangover and Steve hides a special surprise from her. (R)
2/7 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
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 sports news stories from the first six series of his show. (R)
11/30 Brian dates Meg's teacher, putting a 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)
3/7 Steve and Becky have run out of beer and Steve's mum's had an argument with her boyfriend. (R)
4/7 While tidying up after being burgled, Steve decides to ask Becky's dad a big question. (R)
Tuesday 1 January 2013