Schedule Tuesday 24th May 2022
Relations between the warring couple are fairly peaceful, except that Penny thinks Vince is taking her for granted. She reckons he needs to be taught a lesson, so she invents an very good-looking and very imaginary colleague called Steve to make him jealous!
It's the semi-final and time is running out to claim the points needed to become the Taskmaster Series Champion. In this episode, Greg Davies and Alex Horne set the contestants a series of cruel conundrums: should Nish Kumar use the coconut harness? What should Sally Phillips do with a slice of bread when blindfolded? And who should they vote for in yet another referendum?
Trouble is afoot when the Ladies' Department and Gentlemen's Outfitting are told they must share the same floor.
After Phil blows a fortune on a spanking new time machine, the Daphne boys must use it to embark on a treacherous adventure in a desperate attempt to recoup their losses.
When Alvin and Entwistle see Lance trying to convince his wife that Elvis is still alive, they feel a duty to help the King make an appearance.
Margo's performance of the Sound of Music coincides with the day 'Sir' wants the Leadbetters to entertain an important client.
It is the start of a Fun Run and Mr Bean lines up beside his deadly enemy - the fat bloke who stole his parking space. Fun Run or not, nothing will stop Mr Bean beating this man to the finishing post - even if he has to flag a cab!
Neddie Seagoon offers to lead an expedition to bring back a yehti - from deepest, darkest Yorkshire.
Mr Bean gets in a flap when a monster turns up in his cake mix. The good news is that the monster turns out to be a harmless baby bird. The bad news is that it grows into a huge stork and takes over Mr Bean's home! He tries to return it to the wild and finds that teaching it to fly makes his arms ache!
When a worldly-wise old acquaintance of Alvin's makes an appearance, she proves to be just the woman to make Howard's life more complicated.
Frazer is becoming increasingly troublesome, so Mainwaring tries to solve the problem by temporarily promoting him to the rank of captain. The plan soon backfires when a visitor mistakes Frazer for Mainwaring.
Hyacinth, realising that Richard is bored with early retirement, suggests he take up film-making as a hobby. It quickly backfires!
While Mainwaring hosts a party in his house for some of his men, the bank gets bombed. It is up to his troops to make sure that none of the bank's money goes missing.
Once again, Jim faces stern opposition from the Civil Service when he proposes allowing parents to choose which school their child should go to. After all, what parent is discerning enough to know the difference between a good or bad school? Apart from the senior Mr and Mrs Appleby, of course!
Agnes and Winnie gatecrash Maria's hen party, but realise that they have the wrong venue. Later, having invited Maria's snooty mother Mrs Nicholson to dinner, a nervous Agnes shores up her confidence with alcohol, but chaos ensues as the evening proceeds.
Agnes Brown thinks everyone has gone mad. Father Quinn is losing his faith as fast as he loses parishioners. Newlyweds Dermot and Maria won't stop fighting. And Grandad has decided he'd like to witness his own funeral.
Daphne begin the second series of the most extravagant sketch show on the airwaves by launching at a pub deep in the Black Country.
Lucy is worried about the age gap between her and Guy, a concern that increases when Guy turns up to meet her with his grandson in tow.
Ellen tells Scott more about her newfound religion, and Scott is left feeling further from her than ever.
With her relationship and her career both in turmoil, Yasmin finds herself struggling to understand her parents' own difficult past...
Kurupt FM's secret location is threatened after complaints about noise from the neighbour. The crew call on local entrepreneur Chabuddy G to help them find a soundproofing solution.
Fi and Jane rifle through the digital postbag to select some of the best listener emails from the past month.
Sitcom about comedian Stephen K Amos's teenage years in 1980s South London.
Grindah is preparing a special party to celebrate Angel's fifth birthday but doesn't know where to start. Meanwhile, to appease his girlfriend, Beats has agreed to attend a job interview at Tie One, a local tie shop.
Simon, Dobby's ex-boyfriend, invites Mark, Dobby, Jeremy and Superhans to join him and his friends for a paintballing weekend. Mark is convinced that Simon is using the weekend as a cover to get back with Dobby, and Jeremy is convinced he can life coach Neil, Simon's best friend.
Jack Dee presents two guests this week, as Marcus Brigstocke muses on Britain's relationship with America, and Rich Hall demonstrates how Bill Gates defies gravity. Plus, Jack answers more text messages from the audience.