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Season 1
Danger Mouse and Penfold


01: ‘Danger Mouse Returns... Again’
by Ben Ward
Danger Mouse explodes back into action and is instantly dismissed for destroying half of London. Can the world survive?
TX: 28th September 2015
(Double-length episode)

02: ‘Danger at C Level’
by Nathan Cockerill
Danger Mouse is forced to choose between dedication to duty and friendship.
TX: 29th September 2015

03: ‘Greenfinger’
by Mark Oswin and Jim Griffiths
Danger Mouse's attempts at gardening lead to a gigantic Welsh space plant taking over the world.
TX: 30th September 2015

04: ‘Planet of the Toilets’
by Nick Ostler and Mark Huckerby
On a trip to Japan, Penfold's ill-timed comfort break sparks a world-wide porcelain revolution.
TX: 1st October 2015

05: ‘Pink Dawn’
by Nick Ostler and Mark Huckerby
The Professor's young visitor - competition winner Dawn Crumhorn - becomes a pink-obsessed child-villain after suffering an accident in the lab.
TX: 2nd October 2015

06: ‘Big Head Awakens’
by Andrew Burrell
DM must save his reputation and the world when Professor Squawkencluck's artificially intelligent defence supercomputer becomes power mad.
TX: 5th October 2015

07: ‘The World Wide Spider’
by Ben Ward
Danger Mouse has to face his only fear when Penfold accidentally wakes a gigantic World Wide Spider
TX: 6yh October 2015

08: ‘The Other Day the Earth Stood Still’
When the Baron stops the earth from spinning with a plague of traffic lights, only Danger Mouse and Penfold can save the world with a hotwired satellite and a moon-sized image of the Baron's green face.
TX: 7th October 2015

09: ‘Welcome to Danger World’
Danger Mouse must fight his own urge to be awesome to stop the world turning into a gigantic intergalactic tourist attraction.
TX: 8th October 2015

10: ‘Jeopardy Mouse’
When the crimebusting rodent and his sidekick Penfold corner the Baron, the evil villain uses his tectonic plate spinner to escape by rearranging the countries of the world.
TX: 9th October 2015

11: ‘The Return of Danger K’
When an old enemy returns, Colonel K must come out of retirement to save the world from an outbreak of rudeness.
TX: 12th October 2015

12: ‘Big Penfold’
by Howard Read and Chris Chantler
When the world is in jeopardy, only a 1000ft Penfold can save them.
TX: 13th October 2015

13: ‘The Unusual Suspects’
by Nick Ostler and Mark Huckerby
When secret information is leaked from HQ all eyes fall on Colonel K! Is it possible he's a traitor or is there something suspicious about him moustache?
TX: 14th October 2015

14: ‘Danger Fan’
by Emma Kennedy
A visit of the crimebusting rodent's biggest fan coincides with members of the team starting to disappear.
TX: 15th October 2015

15: ‘Quark Games’
by Nick Ostler and Mark Huckerby
The crimebusting rodent and sidekick Penfold find themselves fighting for their lives on an alien world in Quark's latest money-spinning sports event.
TX: 16th October 2015

16: ‘The Snowman Cometh’
by Nick Ostler and Mark Huckerby
The Snowman is fed up of Christmas and being made fun of for being considered harmless, so he steals Santa Claus' hat. Danger Mouse and Penfold must get it back.
TX: 16th December 2015
(Double-length episode)

17: ‘The Inventor Preventer’
by Howard Read
Danger Mouse and Penfold must prevent Isambard Kingkong Brunel from travelling back in time and un-inventing the World.
TX: 15th February 2016

18: ‘Never Say Clever Again’
by Nick Ostler and Mark Huckerby
When all the other danger agents become supersmart due to a batch of genetically enhanced celery, Danger Mouse might need to find a new job.
TX: 16th February 2016

19: ‘#Sinister Mouse’
by Ben Ward
Has Danger Mouse finally met his match? An evil version of our hero escapes from a parallel dimension and joins forces with Baron Greenback.
TX: 17th February 2016

20: ‘There's No Place Like Greenback’
by Nick Ostler and Mark Huckerby
Danger Mouse and Penfold become reluctant parents when it appears the Baron has wiped his own memory.
TX: 18th February 2016

21: ‘From Duck to Dawn’
by Nick Ostler and Mark Huckerby
Count Duckula is back, and he is determined to take over the World- one terrible TV show at a time.
TX: 19th February 2016

22: ‘Happy Boom Day!’
by Mark Oswin and Jim Griffiths
Danger Mouse's plan to hold a surprise party for Professor Squawkencluck is undone when the Baron releases killer birthday presents into the world.
TX: 22nd February 2016

23: ‘Frankensquawk's Monster’
by Ben Ward
When Professor Squawkencluck's mum comes to visit, a gigantic, enraged rubbish monster is not far behind.
TX: 23rd February 2016

24: ‘Escape From Big Head’
by Nick Ostler and Mark Huckerby
Professor Squawkencluck reboots the Big Head base computer, which immediately locks up everyone in a maximum security prison.
TX: 24th February 2016

25: ‘Megahurtz Attacks’
by Sophie Petzal
Danger Mouse's attempts to boost Penfold's confidence backfire when they lead to a ferocious games monster escaping into the real world.
TX: 25th February 2016

26: ‘The Hamster Effect’
by Nick Ostler and Mark Huckerby
Brunel, the crazed time-travelling Victorian gentlechimp, is back and determined to change history so that Danger Mouse and Penfold never meet.
TX: 26th February 2016

27: ‘The Good, the Baaaaa and the Ugly’
by Andrew Burrell
When Danger Mouse and Penfold are sent on a mission to a mysterious island, Danger Mouse's competitiveness borders on criminal.
TX: 3rd June 2016

28: ‘Attack of the Clowns’
by Nick Ostler and Mark Huckerby
Danger Mouse's uncontrollable laughter annoys a race of clown aliens so much that they invade the earth!
TX: 27th June 2016

29: ‘Cheesemageddon’
by Nathan Cockerill
Danger Mouse and the Baron are forced to team up in order to defeat a cheese-obsessed villain.
TX: 28th June 2016

30: ‘Queen of Weevils’
by Ben Ward
In trying to prove he does not believe in magic, Danger Mouse accidentally unleashes an evil magical queen into the world.
TX: 29th June 2016

31: ‘Hail Hydrant’
by Nick Ostler and Mark Huckerby
When Jeopardy Mouse wins the Agent of the Month competition, Danger Mouse and Penfold are forced to travel to New York for a lesson.
TX: 30th June 2016

32: ‘Wicked Leaks’
by Tony Cooke
Penfold's addiction to social media helps the Baron turn all of Danger Mouse's secrets against him in a plot to deflate the planet.
TX: 1st July 2016

33: ‘Tomorrow Never Comes’
by Nick Ostler and Mark Huckerby
The Princess is back and erases all weekdays so she can play at the weekend forever. Danger Mouse must ruin everyone's lives by fixing the problem!
TX: 4th July 2016

34: ‘Half the World is Enough’
by Reid Harrison
When Danger Mouse is responsible for Professor Squawkencluck losing her job, his clumsy attempts to get her back help the Baron split the Earth in two.
TX: 5th July 2016

35: ‘Send in the Clones’
by Josh Weinstein
The dynamic duo take on a shoddy army of knockoffs when alien Quark's latest money-making scheme is to create cheap copies of Danger Mouse and Penfold.
TX: 6th July 2016

36: ‘Masters of the Twystyverse’
by Ben Ward
DM and Penfold travel to the Twystyverse in a bid to stop Penfold's evil counterpart from taking over both versions of the Earth.
TX: 7th July 2016

37: ‘Danger is Forever’
by Mick O'Hara and Ciaran Morrison
When the Baron speeds up the rotation of the earth using windmills, Danger Mouse and Penfold age 300 years.
TX: 3rd October 2016

38: ‘Very Important Penfold’
by Mark Oswin and Jim Griffiths
When Penfold saves a celebrity from certain doom he becomes a media sensation. DM smells a rat... or at least an evil villainous hamster.
TX: 4th October 2016

39: ‘The Cute Shall Inherit the Earth’
by Lucy Guy
Cute kittens are infiltrating positions of authority all around the world. Are they the feline equivalent of the illuminati?
TX: 5th October 2016

40: ‘All 5 It’
by Mike Benner
Danger Mouse goes undercover as the fifth member of Quark's popular boy band, discovering his inner performer and a musical plot to destroy the world.
TX: 6th October 2016

41: ‘Dream Worrier’
by Mark Oswin and James Griffiths
Danger Mouse must battle Quark again, but this time in the weirdest and most dangerous of places: Penfold's dreams!
TX: 7th October 2016

42: ‘The Confidence Trick’
by Nick Ostler and Mark Huckerby
The Baron steals DM's confidence and gives it to his shy daughter, Delilah Von Greenback, creating a dangerous criminal mastermind!
TX: 10th October 2016

43: ‘The Spy Who Came In With A Cold’
by Danielle Ward
The Baron releases a new strain of elephant flu. Can DM and Penfold find the cure before everyone is turned into a snotty elephant?
TX: 11th October 2016

44: ‘Sir Danger de Mouse’
by Ben Ward
The Queen of Weevils returns and magically convinces DM he's a medieval knight on a quest to rescue a fair maiden.
TX: 12th October 2016

45: ‘The Duckula Show’
by Ben Ward
Duckula kidnaps the writers and Danger Mouse faces being written out of his own show. DM calls on the help of the sound department.
TX: 13th October 2016

46: Agent 58’
by Howard Read and Chris Chantler
A new shape-shifting agent tests DM and Penfold's partnership to the limit at the criminal world's annual convention.
TX: 14th October 2016

47: ‘Thanks a Minion!’
by Mark Banker
Penfold's chances of winning a Sidekickie award are in peril when Stiletto tries to snatch the prize. Greenback plots to destroy the world.
TX: 17th October 2016

48: ‘High School Inedible’
by Merrill Hagen
DM and Penfold go back to school to thwart the plans of an evil food scientist and his killer hot dogs.
TX: 18th October 2016

49: ‘MouseFall’
by Ben Ward
(Part one of two) Danger Mouse faces his toughest challenge ever as a super-villain releases all the villains from Arkwright and plots the end of our hero.
TX: 19th October 2016

50: ‘Mouse Rise’
by Ben Ward
(Part two of two) A mysterious super-villain releases all the villains from Arkwright and plots the end of Danger Mouse.
TX: 20th October 2016

Alexander Armstrong (Danger Mouse), Kevin Eldon (Ernest Penfold), Shauna Macdonald (Professor Professor Squawkencluck), Dave Lamb (The Narrator), Ed Gaughan (Baron von Greenback), Marc Silk (Nero), Dave Lamb (Stiletto), Ed Gaughan (Pandaminion), Rasmus Hardiker (Count Duckula), Lena Headey (Jeopardy Mouse), Richard Osman (Professor Strontium P. Jellyfishowitz), John Oliver (Doctor Augustus P. Crumhorn), Miranda Richardson (Queen of Weevils), Richard Ayoade (The Snowman), Brian Blessed (Santa), with Morwenna Banks and Kayvan Novak (Various characters)

*Featuring Danger Mouse, Penfold, Colonel K and Professor Squawkencluck