8/18 Stan tries to improve a stripper's life and show Hayley that his sage counselling works. (R)
4/6 It's vampire rehab at Honolulu Heights when Crumb comes to stay. (R)
4/8 Russell Howard casts a wry eye over the week's news and shares his views on eco-warriors. (R)
Comedy. After receiving a dog bite, a lawyer begins periodically turning into a sheepdog.
BBC One except Northern Ireland, Yorkshire
A medical student faces five hectic but hilarious years at St Swithin's Hospital.
BBC Two except Wales
6/6 From tortoise taxis to hibernating hummingbirds, the news as you've never seen it before.
With football fanatic John MacNeil and singer Margaret MacLeod. (R)
2/6 Captain Mainwaring declares martial law when a bomb drops at Walmington-on-Sea. (R)
BBC Two England, Wales only
8/10 Mr T searches out the world's daftest people in articles, CCTV footage and home videos. (R)
6/7 Comedy panel game show with guests Jayne Wisener and Barry McGuigan. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
6/16 Peter is forced to go back to the third grade to try and qualify for a promotion at work. (R)
7/16 Bonnie finally gives birth to a daughter named Susie. Stewie falls in love. (R)
9/18 Stan is furious when he can't get a good seat at church on Christmas Day. (R)
10/18 When Francine demands that Stan gets rid of his gas-guzzling SUV, he hatches a plan. (R)
A successful fifty-year-old New Yorker reassesses her life after her husband's affair. (R)
A successful fifty-year-old New Yorker reassesses her life after her husband's affair.
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
2/8 Topical comedy show in which Russell Howard offers up his unique perspective on the news. (R)
3/8 Topical comedy show in which Russell Howard offers up his unique perspective on the news. (R)
Sunday 3 March 2013