Mark's final show with the best bits from his last four years.
Slippers as a learning aid. Should you stop washing your hair? And unusual bets.
Disappointing technology, the future of gin and Sir Lenny Henry on Red Nose Day.
The families joining the six generation club, robot carers and Deadman's Island.
Outside toilets. Did the 60s swing for you? And the UK's Eurovision contenders.
Why does Hollywood cast Brits as baddies? The best B&Bs and tall problems.
Being colour blind, MPs' clichés and Carol Vorderman on honours for the last dambuster.
Swearing, a chat with comedian Mark Thomas, and would you clean in the nude for cash?
A nursery that's banned toys, a woman allergic to her hubby; and pornography in public.
Being rejected, the return of tripe and nun-cum-author Sister Agatha
Are the Midlands snubbed? Comedian Susan Calman chats and we have a legal advice special.
Why we lie, the unlikely King of Rwanda and a chat with author Jane Fallon
Joint account banking, hearing loss "epidemic" and chef Tom Kerridge's 11st weight loss.
Coughing, reporting wars and why are we bad at identifying different races?
Collecting smells, the scorned woman and Rick Wakeman shares his Bowie memories and more.
Giving up on cars and why some missing person cases slip between the cracks.
Mark's in Hull to find out why it's UK City of Culture 2017.
A threat to village halls, new TV idents and air ambulances flying at night.
Mark talks about broadband in rural areas, cakes in the workplace and dementia through art
Johnny I'Anson sits in and talks about tech trends for 2017.
Sim hears from an organisation that lets you exchange your gift cards.
Sim sits in and hears from a man who has studied bad gifts.
Sim Courtie sits in and hears from Sally Wainwright about the new Bronte sisters drama.
Sim Courtie sits in and asks what you do with your leftovers.
Doctor Who Christmas co-star Charity Wakefield, wrapping presents and board game rows.
Olly Mann in for Mark with a chat to poet Michael Rosen, Christmas TV and odd traditions.
Christmas presents for adults and why some memories are more memorable than others
Croupier classes, birds of prey being shot and chat with Lesley Joseph.
Tourist tax, BBC Sports Personality of the Year and Jamie Cullum.
Workplace parties, the most powerful women and Matthew Parris on insults.