After Portland slacker John Callahan nearly loses his life in a car accident, the last thing he intends to do is give up drinking. But when he reluctantly enters treatment - with encouragement from his girlfriend and a charismatic sponsor - Callahan discovers a gift for drawing edgy, irreverent newspaper cartoons that develop an international following and grant him a new lease on life. Based on a true story, this poignant, insightful and often funny drama about the healing power of art is adapted from Callahan's autobiography.
Saffy's first play Self-Raising Flower, based on her young life, is opening at the local fringe theatre. Afraid that the play could bring her public humiliation, Edina plots with Bubble to get the run cancelled. But they fail and the show goes on. Saffy's father, Justin, turns up to support his daughter on the opening night, as does Edina's first husband, Marshall, and his loud American girlfriend, Bo.
David Brent is approached by a company which organises business seminars. The company wants to hire him as an expert speaker, and Brent can't resist bragging about it.
Commissioner Jayne turns his attention to the domestic workplace.
Sophie needs to make a big decision, Audrey second-guesses hers, while Ester's choices are taken out of her hands. Verity turns Audrey's living room into her office, and finds an unlikely tea lady.
Cyberterrorist, Christabella Plumb (Julia Morris' aunt) coerces El Greco Tunis into working for her and turns him against his team, forcing them to find El Greco and take down Plumb.
Twenty years since their first adventure, Lloyd and Harry go on a road trip to find Harry's newly discovered daughter, who was given up for adoption.
Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon's food tour takes them to the beach home of Mamma Mia!, where their lunchtime chat is about Alexander the Great and Ray Winstone.
Darren McMullan regales with an account of cannibal convicts, and Nikki Osborne recalls the tale of Beryl Mills, the first Miss Australia. History has never been so fun.
Billy and Julie get their first famous fan, who helps them try to sell a sketch show to a TV network.
Julie and Billy attempt to capitalise on the success of Hamilton by writing and starring in their own historical musical.
Sandra Bullock is a brilliant but neurotic attorney and Hugh Grant is her charming, irresponsible and fabulously wealthy client in this story about whether or not it's ever too late to say I love you.
Despite having tried every fad diet, Edina is still desperate to be thin, do thin things, feel thin things and to be able to take her clothes off and not be marked by them. The answer is a detox. Spurred on after a Sex and the City-style lunch with her bitchy girlfriends, Edina embarks on a strict regime of water and meat and enrols herself in a gruelling British military fitness program.
After a practice fire drill in which David Brent leaves Brenda and her wheelchair halfway down the stairwell, he tries to boost his popularity with the Swindon lot.
What will we say to our future grandchildren?
It's Stevie's first birthday. Audrey goes a little nuts, like most parents reaching this milestone. Stevie's party celebration is a fraught, over-catered extravaganza that triggers Audrey's anxiety and competitive spirit.
Shaun Micallef and the Mad as Hell team present a satirical view of the week in politics.
It's nearly a full decade since Rob and Steve first embarked on their trip across the Lake District, and The Observer has asked them to mark the anniversary by recreating Odysseus's 10-year odyssey in six days.
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