Back in middle school after summer vacation, Greg Heffley and his older brother Rodrick must deal with their parents' misguided attempts to have them bond.
This series follows Wales's leading stand-up comedian Rhod Gilbert as he tries out different jobs across Wales. This episode he goes to work as a bin man, collecting garbage on the streets of Barry.
A drastic cut in the Arts Council Grant is due to be announced on the morning of the British Theatre Awards dinner.
When Sir Humphrey locks horns with the formidable Agnes Moorhouse, leader of a London Council, he finds her a tougher opponent.
Rodrick catches Jeff in his room
In the season final of Ja'mie: Private School Girl, the end of high school life is in sight. Even though Ja'mie is no longer performing at the end of year presentation, she's still determined to be the centre of attention, even if it means exposing herself to the world.
A plan by the Minister to rescue a struggling football club from its financial difficulties, brings him into conflict with Sir Humphrey.
It's 1984, and 11-year-old Boy lives on a New Zealand farm with his gran, a goat, and his younger brother, Rocky. Shortly after Gran leaves for a week, Boy's father, Alamein, appears out of the blue. Having imagined a heroic version of his father during his absence, Boy comes face to face with the real version - an incompetent hoodlum who has returned to find a bag of money he buried years before.
The Minister is in possession of some embarrassing information regarding the sale of British arms to Italian terrorists. It takes all of Sir Humphrey's skill to convince his Minister not to do anything foolish.
Ja'mie debuts her brand new look to the girls of Hillford to rapturous affection from her friends, except for Madison who is no longer welcome in their friendship circle.
Ja'mie and Mitchell have made their relationship Facebook-official and her love for him is moving at a rapid pace even though it's only been a week.
Continuing her quest to be a compassionate and kind Hillford Medal recipient, Ja'mie convinces her family to let Kwami, a young African teen boy living in Sydney's west, move in with them.
When the Minister's daughter becomes involved with a protest group opposed to his Department's plans for reorganising the countryside administration, the question of the right to know takes on a new meaning.
Ja'mie finds herself on the receiving end of a 'sext' message. After debating 'sexting' etiquette with her friends, Ja'mie practises her HSC dance solo and faces her rival, Erin, a school boarder Ja'mie is convinced is a lesbian.
Ja'mie and the prefects perform a controversial dance at the Hillford Girls Grammar school assembly in front of previous students. Meanwhile it's a big day of discovery as Ja'mie learns the winner of The Hillford Medal this year will be immortalised in a bronze statue stationed outside the soon-to-be completed Hillford Centenary Centre.
Two singers head off to Paris in search of rich husbands, but while one falls for a penniless man, the other is hounded by a private eye.
This series is an eight-part visual encyclopaedia of faith around the globe - a rummage through the mosques, temples, churches and chicken coops of the religious world. In this controversial final episode John faces his demons, undergoing an exorcism by preacher Bob Larson.
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