Joel and Tess take extreme measures to secure Charlie.
A mysterious penguin moves in with Wallace and Gromit, embroiling them in a heist.
While Wallace is distracted by a romance, Gromit is framed for sheep-rustling.
After Charlie's attempted escape, Joel and Tess decide they need to keep an eye on him.
Ben Elton delivers the first Ronnie Barker Comedy Lecture.
Joel is horrified when his friend is diagnosed with cancer and refuses chemotherapy.
A lawyer unwittingly gives his friends an opportunity to recapture their college years.
Romantic comedy. A divorce (Simon Pegg) mistakes Nancy (Lake Bell) for his blind date.
There's a dead body down at the Phoenix Club.
Sandi Toksvig with Ross Noble, Cariad Lloyd, David Baddiel and Alan Davies.
Catherine Tate, Rylan Clark-Neal and Nigel Havers compete to banish their pet hates.
Peter and Brian Potter both receive mysterious phone calls.
Nicola Adams, Frankie Boyle and Diane Morgan compete to have their pet hates banished.
With Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock, Phil Wang, Jason Watkins and Adam Woodyatt.
Peter shines a light on dieting.
Two rival figure skaters try their luck as a doubles team.
Rob Delaney, Davina McCall and Laurence Fox compete to have their pet hates banished.
Action comedy. A troupe of pampered actors are flung into the middle of a real conflict.
Peter discusses his involvement in an armed raid with Sir Michael Parkinson.
Richard Ayoade, Alun Cochrane and Gabby Logan compete to have their pet hates banished.
Vincent is sliding into the abyss, but absolution appears in the most dangerous of forms.
With a special appearance from Sir Elton John.
Vincent concocts a spectacular plot to return to his rightful place in the world.
Lucy Porter, Romesh Ranganathan and Judge Rinder compete to have their pet hates banished.
Comedy about a man (Burn Gorman) whose job is to welcome the dead into the afterlife.
The funniest moments from Peter's career, with a guest appearance by Sir Trevor McDonald.
Vincent and Lavender discover that Fitzpatrick is a CB radio enthusiast.
Rob Beckett, Ross Kemp and Sophie Ellis-Bextor compete to banish their pet hates.
With Noel Fielding, Holly Walsh, David Mitchell and Alan Davies.
Two feuding brothers are forced to confront their reciprocal resentments.
With Gareth Malone OBE, Amanda Abbington, Richard Osman, Phill Jupitus and Greg Davies.
A trip to Southend doesn't go exactly as planned.
David Mitchell, Judy Murray and Anita Rani compete to banish their pet hates.
A charismatic choir leader (Gemma Arterton) inspires a shy man to embrace life.
When the team meet some men from another company, alpha male hackles are raised.
Four Aboriginal girls learn about love and war in a feelgood comedy with Chris O'Dowd.