First broadcast: Sunday 26th February 1984
We visit a nursing home for terminally bewildered ex-prime ministers, Bob Dylan performs a protest song about cheese, Colonel Muammar Gadaffi presents the award for International Terrorist of the Year, the Reverend Ian Paisley tells God what's what and there's the latest thrilling video from Michael Jackson - or is that Diana Ross?
First broadcast: Sunday 4th March 1984
Mrs Thatcher takes some neighbourly advice over the privet hedge from the gentleman at No. 9, a Herr von Wilcox (who happens to bear an uncanny resemblance to Adolf Hitler), Bob Dylan sings a song about his stolen underpants, and Ronald Reagan features in the latest instalment of The President's Brain is Missing.
First broadcast: Sunday 1st April 1984
Shirley Williams is dragged backwards through a hedge in preparation for an appearance on Newsnight, Prince Philip has a flirty encounter with Nancy Reagan aboard the Royal Yacht Britannia, David Attenborough is on the look out for an anteater and Mary Whitehouse takes an ice-cold bath.
First broadcast: Sunday 15th April 1984
In this episode we finally find out the whereabouts of Lord Lucan: could he have been hiding out in Cyril Smith's oversized trousers all this time? Barry Manilow's encounter with an obsessive anteater leads to a case of mistaken identity and Mrs Thatcher's cabinet prepare for nuclear war.
First broadcast: Sunday 13th May 1984
Nancy Reagan features in a campaign video on behalf of the Republican party entitled Da do Ron Ron. Francois Mitterrand persuades Mrs Thatcher to buy UHT milk, Norman Fowler MP is on the prowl for unsuspecting hospitals in Murder Most Fowler and the Saatchi and Saatchi agency sets to work on Mrs Thatcher's image.
First broadcast: Sunday 20th May 1984
Mrs Thatcher has a nightmare and we are on the set of It'll Be Alright On The Night with Denis Norden and a 589 egg omelette. Elsewhere in Masterclass Julian Lloyd Webber goes head to head with Henry Cooper, and there is the latest instalment of The President's Brain Is Missing.
First broadcast: Sunday 3rd June 1984
The Royals sit down to a game of Monopoly but it is a foregone conclusion who is going to win! Neil Kinnock wrestles with his conscience (James Callaghan as a devil and Michael Foot as an angel on each shoulder), Brian Walden is subjected to an interrogation by Rupert Murdoch's henchmen and it's Let's Speak Afrikaans with P.W. Botha.
First broadcast: Sunday 10th June 1984
There is strife on the studio floor when Robin Day refuses to give up the BBC jumper, Cecil Parkinson - the man who made just one mistake, twice a night for fourteen years - is offered the job of foreign secretary, and preparations are underway at No. 10 for Mark Thatcher's wedding.
First broadcast: Saturday 29th December 1984
An hour-long compilation of the gruesome and nasty highlights from Central's very own Chamber of Horrors. The Very Beast Of Spitting Image features stars of stage, screen, the House of Commons and Buckingham Palace in their very own end of the year show.