TV schedule Monday 29th November 2021
Jack has good news from Leonora when she announces she is pregnant and Joey decides to join Adrian in Scotland to marry Roxy. Meanwhile, Lilo Lill has news of Freddie's whereabouts while Grandad dreams about his own calamitous funeral...
A look at how World War II played out on the home front, featuring Churchill's secret loo, the heroic 'ATA Girls' and German spies being caught out by their delicious sausages.
Following the commotion at the chateau, the resistance are blackmailing Helga, Gruber and the Colonel with evidence of the Fallen Madonna. The only chance they have of raising the 10 million franc ransom is to hold-up the garrison pay truck! Meanwhile, Michelle's radio station is beginning to take shape.
Grace Bros. comes down on the staff for their low sales, threatening a 10% pay cut or a move of the departments down to the bargain basement. The staff decide to take to the roof in protest.
An old friend of the trio is back in town, but why?
A repeat-run of the entire first series.
The Spuds have a new toy railway for the twins from the dump - this one is particularly special because it is big enough for all the Spuds to ride. With plenty of track to spare, wherever might the Spuds' railway journey take them?
Hank has been drinking cans of Goodness Fizz in order to win games equipment for the school.
While trying to redecorate the hall, Bean is obstructed at every turn by his landlady's vile one-eyed cat. Bean pops it in the dustbin to keep it out of the way for a while. Just his luck that it is rubbish collection day.
Frank and Lu struggle to protect a troubled teen who suffers from nightmarish premonitions of murder.
Nipping to the shops for a few provisions proves a nightmare for Bean when a mile-long shopping list from his landlady and a clapped-out trolley with a wonky wheel conspire to ruin his day. So he constructs his own trolley, with a petrol mower, pram wheels and an extra pair of hydraulic hands.
Frank and Lu feel the heat in the kitchen when they investigate a campaign of culinary sabotage.
David is joined by artist and former mountain bike racer Grayson Perry, as they take to the Brecon Beacons, to enjoy the stunning views and tackle the challenging hills. During the two-day trip, they bond over Grayson's career, childhood tales and his disdain for nature, and attempt to conquer a gruelling five-mile climb while deeply hungover.
Erin, Clare, Michelle, Orla and James are beside themselves with excitement as they have tickets to see Take That in Belfast. When Ma Mary forbids them to go they decide that they will stop at nothing to get there.
It's Christmas Eve and the Wests join the Shipmans for one of Mick's famous turkey dinners.
The Quinn family cause uproar at a family wedding, and when the girls (and James!) fail to behave themselves at the reception the consequences are very serious indeed. Especially for poor cousin Eammon.
A special episode of the sketch show set in a fictional Scottish town, featuring Jolly Boy John, the Quality Polis and characters old and new as they deal with the idea of gainful, and not so gainful, employment.
Jeremy gets a job working as a handyman for his hero, techno musician Russell, but Mark suspects Russell's motivation.
Mark goes to a school reunion and considers embarking on an illicit affair with a girl he used to fancy.