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Sent to receive a traditional blessing, Romesh has a chicken rubbed on his head.
Nish Kumar introduces some of the finest Asian comedians from the UK and beyond.
Mark Watson hosts the final of BBC Radio 4’s New Comedy Award from the Edinburgh Fringe.
Miranda gets overexcited by the prospect of her first real date.
The Khan family are preparing for Shazia's wedding - has Mr Khan booked the mosque?
Paul and Bob fish for tench in Norfolk and reminisce about their childhood days.
With Stephen Mangan, Phil Wang and Holly Walsh.
Maxine is left with a dilemma when her girl band threaten to ditch her.
Things get a little too close for comfort when the couple play a relationship quiz.
Midsomer Murders gets injected with some much-needed cultural diversity.
With guests James Acaster, Tom Allen, Ari Eldjarn, Ed Gamble and Ellie Taylor.
Chortle Award-winning show from comedian, halloumi enthusiast and absolute lad Joe Lycett.
Romesh Ranganathan is back hitting-up some of the UK’s funniest comedians.
Miss Holland has arrived, keen to become a British lady and find her own Prince Harry.
Stand-up comedy from Stewart Lee, recorded live at the Palace Theatre, Southend-on-Sea.
The phenomenon of toilet books - where did they come from and who reads them?
A struggling comedian takes on challenges to become the next megastar vlogger.
Frankie tackles the biggest issues troubling the planet.
Margaret wants the ladies of Banbury Intricate Craft Circle to support the suffrage cause.
Andy tries to work up the nerve to confront Teresa about their child.
Neil believes he has been fired and goes off the deep end.
With guests James Acaster, Tom Allen, Ed Byrne, Kerry Godliman and Tez Ilyas.
After a less than satisfactory work review, Aisling joins Danielle at a night club.
Nish Kumar discusses the benefits of having an 'ethnically ambiguous' face.