19/21 A lawsuit is launched when Meg and Peter publish an article saying that Luke Perry is gay. (R)
10/12 Topical comedy show in which Russell Howard offers up his unique perspective on the news. (R)
7/9 With guests Fearne Cotton, Tyger Drew-Honey, Nick Helm and Rhys James. (R)
5/8 Character sketch comedy from Cariad Lloyd. (R)
Family comedy about a rich Los Angeles family preparing for their daughter's wedding.
20/20 The residents gather to toss their cabers and see who comes out on top. (R)
8/13 The glorious history of Corporal Jones is brought into question. (R)
BBC Two Wales only
6/6 Russell Grant, Gary Lineker and others help contestants guess the answers.
A two-hour extravaganza celebrating 50 years of comedy on BBC Two.
4/6 Mrs Brown tries to impress her future daughter-in-law's snooty mother. (R)
1/6 Dara O Briain hosts from the Hammersmith Apollo, with Nina Conti and Danny Bhoy. (R)
2/18 Peter's mother gets a divorce and he feels abandoned. (R)
3/18 Brian and Stewie team up to save the town from a corporate giant. (R)
A young Asian woman joins a football team, but does not tell her traditionalist family.
BBC Two except Wales
4/18 Brian and Stewie join the military and are shipped to Iraq. (R)
5/18 When Peter gets hurt and cannot work, his boss tells him that he needs to speed things up. (R)
10/18 Roger and Steve form a fake detective agency with real cases. (R)
11/18 When Stan is rude, an old man casts a hex upon him to make him old and feeble. (R)
Slapstick comedy special narrated by Miranda Hart charting the history of physical comedy. (R)
A meek house husband considers the idea of one last romantic adventure.
2/12 Topical comedy show in which Russell Howard offers up his unique perspective on the news. (R)
10/11 TV's very worst gaffes and continuity errors. With cuttings from EastEnders and Friends. (R)
Sunday 25 May 2014