TV schedule Thursday 25th November 2021
As their holiday draws to a close, the Boswell party increases in number. They make a protest over rabbit-hunting and Lady Bowford takes a shine to Joey. Adrian has a rejection from his music publisher and reaches a crossroads in his life.
When Del arranges a holiday in the Benidorm sun, he and Rodney are tempted to leave Grandad at home - but he soon has a change of heart and has an extra bed put in their hotel room. All's well in Spain - until the old man is arrested!
Marking International Women's Day, there are ancient wonder women, a Spartan queen on Historical Love Island and the Tudor Queens sing!
With ice cream banned throughout Nouvion, Michelle's next attempt to rescue the airmen involves holding a gypsy fair in the town square. Unfortunately, a black cat throws a spanner in the works, and the resistance are forced to hold the event themselves.
The balance of the floor is upset when Mrs. Peacock appears to have started an affair with Mr. Rumbold, believing Captain Peacock to be having an affair of his own.
Foggy visits a lady-friend in Wales, Compo and Clegg go to collect him, but can he keep Compo away from Gwen?
There is good news for the platoon: they are to welcome a French General and Mainwaring is to get a staff car - a Rolls-Royce, no less. It is decided to have the car camouflage-painted.
Grimsby is putting on its annual community play and Anna wants the role of princess - cast as a witch instead, along with Gran and Dave, she and her Spud sidekicks set out to prove that witches can have happy endings too.
Bean is tormented by the toothache from hell, but his DIY attempts to pull it out fail, and he is left with no choice but to visit the dreaded dentist. Can Bean face the dentist's chair? Or will the dentist despair of him?
An excursion to the pony club for manure causes the Goods to uncover a secret that Margo is keeping from Jerry. When they spot Margo being mysterious in town the plot thickens. Tom and Barbara struggle with what to do and fear for the Leadbetter marriage!
The very best bits from the last three series of the BAFTA-nominated show. See the boys become drag queens; dance with dancehall legends in Kingston, Jamaica; go on a very special safari in South Africa; perform with Birmingham royal ballet; and get a rather invasive treatment in Hollywood.
Barbara offers to do Margo a favour by filling in for a speaker at one of her groups. Her talk on self-sufficiency quickly comes to the attention of Lady 'George' Truskett who asks her to do the same talk at a few other locations. This absense from home causes Tom some problems and Margo is jealous of Barbara and George's relationship.
On the final leg of this marathon challenge, Guz Khan joyously gobbles chocolates, Victoria Coren Mitchell attempts to decipher Alan Davies' unfathomable body movements and Desiree Burch writes a very persuasive song for Alex Horne. Morgana Robinson also remains in the running. Later, television's ultimate prize - Taskmaster Greg Davies' gilded bonce on a short spike - is finally awarded.
Lee is becoming increasingly riled by Guy's constant presence in the flat.
Deborah decides to sell her flat and go travelling in Asia, while Gary and Tony try to put her off the idea.
Urban cops PC Jack McLaren and PC Sarah Fletcher are faced with an unusual hate crime against bams. And at comms HQ, Maggie LeBeau is fully focussed on dealing with time wasters.
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.
Ray teaches David and Simon how to bowl, while Sue tries to plan for Christmas. Esther's conversation with Lyn leads to a drastic decision.
A selection of episodes from the first series of the prison-based sitcom.
BBC Scotland sketch show starring comic actress Karen Dunbar.
A new comedy series looking at the big issues of the day, like what did the first Snapchat filter look like? Plus the company where a word out of place could land you in hot water - as long as you've completed a risk assessment for hazardous liquids.