The Essex contingent arrives for a sunny day at the beach, and Gavin has a heart-to-heart.
Gavin is uncomfortable with Gwen and Bryn knowing about his and Stacey's sex life.
Pam and Mick are having second thoughts about the conservatory.
Stacey tries for a new job, and Dave is not a happy bunny when Nessa takes Neil to Essex.
Stacey and Gavin return from honeymoon to a big welcome from both families.
One-off period comedy, peeping into the lives of a family's Christmases across the 1980s.
Bryn has arranged a special treat for Gwen's birthday, but events take a surprising turn.
Stacey's getting used to being an Essex wife, but it's not as exciting as she'd hoped.
Mick becomes a minor celebrity for the night, while Stacey and Gavin start house-hunting.
The Shipmans travel to Wales for the wedding fayre.
Uncle Bryn agrees to drive the family to Essex to meet the Shipmans.
Ruth Jones is joined by Jonathan Ross, Sarah Millican and Stephen Mangan on her chat show.
How actress Hattie Jacques's home life was blown apart by a secret sexual liaison.
On the annual trip to the south coast, Bob and Christine's rivalry comes to a head.
The group face down the rambler's worst enemy - a farmer blocking public rights of way.
Rambling club organiser Bob begins a titanic battle of wills with the newest member.
Ruth Jones and James Corden look through the best outtakes from the hit sitcom.
Nessa and Dave prepare for marriage, and Stacey has some life-changing news for Gavin.
Gavin starts his new job in Cardiff, while Smithy tries to adjust to life without him.
Devastated by the news that he is to become a father, Smithy goes AWOL.
Rob Brydon explores Welsh identity and creates a stand-up routine of Welsh-based material.
After a huge misunderstanding on the phone, Stacey thinks Gavin has finished with her.
Characters include corpulent health-spa guest Desiree and Thai bride Ting Tong.