Up The Women. Image shows from L to R: Frank (Adrian Scarborough), Helen (Rebecca Front), Gwen (Vicki Pepperdine), Emily (Georgia Groome), Margaret (Jessica Hynes), Eva (Emma Pierson), Myrtle (Judy Parfitt), Thomas (Ryan Sampson). Image credit: British Broadcasting Corporation.

Up The Women

The Banbury Intricate Craft Circle Politely Request Women's Suffrage group consists of five members (or six if you include stern Helen). Probably time for them to get more support. Margaret has planned a rousing speech, but will anyone from the village turn up to hear it? Just room here to praise the versatility of Jessica Hynes - she's totally different in this from Siobhan Sharpe in W1A (which she is filming Series 2 of now). BBC Two, 10pm. Guide

Also: popular school comedy The 4 O'Clock Club returns to CBBC. Repeats include 2012's Keith Lemon: The Film. Schedule

Taskmaster

Taskmaster

Taskmaster, the channel Dave show starring Alex Horne and Greg Davies, will be filmed soon. Details

Video: Stella re-cap

Video: Stella re-cap

Stella returns to Sky1 on the 6th February. Ahead of that, here's a video recap of Series 1 to 3: Watch

Video: Rory Bremner

Video: Rory Bremner

Here is Rory Bremner as GBBO's Paul Hollywood. He judges the baking of the main political leaders: Watch

The (After) Life of Cook & Moore

Here's a preview of the stage show The (After) Life of Cook & Moore: Read

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No Pressure To Be Funny

This month's episode of No Pressure To Be Funny, the political panel show podcast, is a rather good one. Topics across the 90 minutes include Charlie Hebdo: Listen

Video: Maggie Smith

Video: Maggie Smith

A sketch in which Dame Maggie Smith (who seems to have a beard?) talks about Dame Judi Dench. Watch

Apocalypse Slough

Apocalypse Slough

The cast has been announced for new Sky1 show Apocalypse Slough. Hollywod star Rob Lowe is involved. Read

Uncle - Series 2

Uncle - Series 2

The second series of BBC Three's hit sitcom Uncle starts in February. While you wait, here's the trailer: Watch