TV schedule Sunday 16th January 2022
Dave stumbles across a mermaid at the dockside who invites herself round for tea and takes up residence in the Spuds' bathtub, so Dave and his family must somehow persuade their unwanted guest to go back to her watery home.
Comedy about four people who face tough challenges as set out in a relative's will.
A selection of episodes from the eighth series of the wartime sitcom.
Walker suggests to Jones that he should loan the platoon his butchers' van, so that he can get free petrol for it. However, Mainwaring is ordered to have the vehicle converted to run on gas, causing more than a few problems and thwarting Walker's plan!
Jack and Victor take up residence in the hospital, not as patients but as DJ's. However, Navid is in for a more pressing problem.
Adrian Dunbar guest presents the second episode of the 61st series - his first appearance on the programme. Joining the Line Of Duty actor is comedian Katherine Ryan (now her eighth appearance on the show) and The Sunday Times's Political Editor Tim Shipman.
The Walmington-on-Sea platoon are going to a training camp. But after the platoon get lost on the way and arrive late, the men begin to lose faith in Captain Mainwaring.
Jimmy Carr hosts as Roisin Conaty and Kiri Pritchard-McLean take on Jon Richardson and Rob Beckett. Comedian Huge Davies is in Dictionary Corner. Regular Countdown mathematician Rachel Riley and lexicographer Susie Dent are on hand to adjudicate.
A selection of episodes from the sixth series.
We join Vinnie during a less than stellar day that involves a cross-country car chase, a Shetland pony, a jar of chloroform and a pigeon named Nigel. All this gets Vinnie and his crew tangled with a local crime boss who sets out to make an example of them.
A selection of episodes from the first series of the mockumentary.