Spike and Tash are finally ready to travel the world in their converted mobile library, but a confusion with the gears leads to a call-out for the emergency services, and Sal's house ends up looking like a war zone. Jock agrees to mend the damage, and the thawing of his previously frosty relationship with Sal continues, much to the amusement of Tip and the disgust of Tash.Watch Now:Amazon
Sal organises a ramble for the guild and tries to make Spike and Tash get together but Spike gets the wrong idea. After bumping into the reverend who's with a lady friend, the group get stuck under sudden fog and Sal gets confronted about mothering Tash too much.Watch Now:Amazon
Eileen believes that Sal and Susie are trying to overthrow her as president of the guild when really Sal's just trying to get Susie a pregnancy testing kit without the rest of the village being aware of her plan. And Tash is horrified when Spike buys a ticket to Glastonbury instead of sneaking in with her like normal.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
When Sal and Tip discover that Eileen is adopted through the website "Genes Reunited", they give Eileen the phone number a blood relative. She is initially angry at the discovery, but this soon fades to happiness when she learns she has a brother.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Sal discovers an old planning application to convert the barn in the field behind her house and, despite the fact that it is officially too late to object, she enlists the help of the Guild in an effort to stop the development.
As the first anniversary of Mike's death approaches, Sal tells James how much she misses him. Sal teaches James how to be compassionate with his patients and Tash gets a job in tele sales. Meanwhile, the Guild launch a website and hold a Victorian tea so they can put the some photos on the website. However, Kate and Eileen argue over who will make the website. Delilah flies off her bike and is rushed to hospital.Watch Now:Amazon
Eileen fears the Guild will be closed when she reads aloud a letter indicating an impending visit from Guild Inspector Lady Anne Crump. Meanwhile Rosie embarks on a celebrity diet and the rest of the Guild help Elijah, an old man who recently lost his wife.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Sal runs a surgery from her house for elderly patients who don't want to go to the doctor. Jock, who is in charge of the building works, gets the idea, thanks to Rosie, that Sal is a prostitute because so many men are visiting her. He tells James, who fears it will ruin his chance of running for M.P. He is no happier when he learns that his mother is dispensing medicine, though Yasmeen takes it well. All is cleared up apart from the matter of the vicar, who came to Sal for sleeping pills, nodded off overnight and is discovered minus his trousers.
Colonel Fanshawe (James Fleet) calls to sound out Clarence as his successor as Lord Lieutenant of Shropshire, an honour for which Connie is desperate; but Beach has become positively peculiar. Blandings is more than ever an embarrassing shambles. And there is the question of Mugsy, the dog.Watch Now:Amazon
Clarence and Connie's censorious elder sister Charlotte (Celia Imrie) is staying and making everybody's life miserable. The situation deteriorates when Freddie tries to unite two star-crossed lovers by stealing the Empress, and Clarence - getting the wrong end of the stick - steals Sir Gregory's pig in revenge.Watch Now:Amazon
Absolutely Fabulous is back! In the first of three new episodes written by and starring Jennifer Saunders, with Joanna Lumley, Julia Sawalha, Jane Horrocks and June Whitfield, there’s an awful lot of catching up to do. First of all there’s a homecoming for one of them who’s been ‘away’ for quite some time. She arrives at the Monsoon household with a new – slightly scary – best friend. Her presence could be either a blessing or a disaster, raising questions of identity that could even involve a certain person owning up to her real age … if she can remember it.Watch Now:Amazon
Lochdubh prepares for tile annual shinty match against Dunbracken with a ruthless Lachlan coaching the village team. Last year was Dunbracken's nineteenth win in a row; a twentieth will award them the trophy forever and there's high tension in the air. The Lochdubh players are amazed when star goalie Lachie Junior walks out on the team, then Lachlan turns into a love-sick Romeo besotted with a voluptuous, leather-clad female biker. Hamish however suspects that all is not what it seems, and the villagers hatch a plot to overcome foul play at the match.Watch Now:Amazon
Edina has some crucial questions to answer, including: Has she still got it? And could a new client destroy her relationship with Saffy or make it stronger? With fewer and fewer clients and a daughter who despises her, it’s business as usual but, when Eddy and Patsy meet a famous French film star whom Saffy hugely admires, Eddy hopes that the job of taking her on as a client could bring a new-found respect, and some much-needed income. The problem is that her client’s talents aren’t everything they seem to be…Watch Now:Amazon
When fire destroys part of Lochdubh Primary School, Esme is horrified to learn not only that the council intends closing the school for good, but that her lover Rory Campbell has been party to their plans all along. Strong passions are aroused by Esme's ensueing media campaign and with Isobel returning as a TV reporter, Hamish battles to keep the peace. He forms a surveillance unit to track down a suspected arsonist; but there is another mystery in Lochdubh - what is the trouble with Rory?.Watch Now:Amazon
An ad executive hires Barry and she's pleased to find out that she's got her opponent Frank running scared. Barry doesn't know anything about advertising until an ex-employee comes to help him with subliminal advertising. Jacqueline gives Barry Frank's position but Alistair has some nasty tricks up his sleeve.Watch Now:Amazon
All bets are off, when it is finally revealed that the barn is not being converted for Charles Dance at all - Jock just let Rosie jump to that conclusion to get the Guild off his back. This would be bad enough if Jock hadn't promised the Guild an appearance by Mr Dance as their next (and indeed, first) celebrity speaker.
The ladies of Clatterford stage a fashion show.