The Best Episodes Directed by David Sant
#1 - Episode 1
Benidorm Season 7 - Episode 1
The Garveys arrive back at the Solana to find a fax waiting for Madge. It informs her that she has just inherited a fortune and an American is trying to contact her to explain everything - but is she being stalked? Tiger Dyke is back too, on holiday with a friend. When he wakes up one morning, he discovers that his mate has scarpered - taking all his money with him. In desperation he phones his dad. Clive and his sister fly out and join Tiger on holiday. Donald and Jacqueline are celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary with a week's wife swap. Jacqueline cannot help being disappointed as Glynn proves not to be as enthusiastic a swapper as she had hoped. Things may be about to look up - Donald has organised a surprise for her at Neptune's Bar. Joyce Temple-Savage has been told she has to make cuts and when Les/Lesley is demoted to cleaner, the other staff have had enough.
#3 - Episode 3
Benidorm Season 7 - Episode 3
The Oracle and Noreen are back in town: they've heard about the big quiz that Lesley is hosting. Clive's sister Terri arrives for a holiday, too, while Blow & Go branches out into botox - and both Mateo and Joyce want in on the action.
#4 - Episode 4
Benidorm Season 7 - Episode 4
Liam's mum and Les's ex Gloria arrives in Benidorm to lure Liam back to the UK. Kenneth is after a cure for Joyce's mystery illness, while Glynn has found the perfect day out for him and Jacqueline. The Oracle is hoping to impress everyone by walking on hot coals.
#6 - Episode 2
Benidorm Season 7 - Episode 2
The Garveys meet Buck A.Roo, who reveals a few shocks for the family. Meanwhile, Kenneth takes advantage of a psychic customer - Psychic Sue, and holds a séance to contact his mum - but the message he receives appears to be for someone else.
#8 - The Letters of Septimus Noone
Jonathan Creek Season 5 - Episode 1
When a classic locked-room novel is turned into a West End musical, one of its stars falls victim to a real-life 'impossible crime'. The Mystery of the Yellow Room, based on a 19th century story, is thrilling London theatre audiences with its enticing blend of music, romance and sizzling gothic melodrama. But events take a sinister turn when the show's glamorous singing sensation Juno Pirelli is found horribly stabbed inside a locked dressing room, from which no assailant could possibly have escaped. No weapon or any other evidence of an intruder can be found, nor any rational explanation for the victim's wounds. As the actress's life hangs in the balance, her producer and colleagues remain baffled. And attention once again turns to the lateral-thinking Jonathan Creek for a solution to the whole grisly puzzle. But can Creek - now a happily married man - even be persuaded to embark upon the investigation? As he and wife Polly struggle to come to terms with a sudden personal tragedy, a series of dark and disturbing family secrets are about to emerge that will throw the couple's whole world into turmoil...