10 O'Clock Live. Image shows from L to R: David Mitchell, Lauren Laverne, Jimmy Carr, Charlie Brooker. Copyright: Zeppotron.

10 O'Clock Live

Channel 4 panel show. 33 episodes (3 series), 2011 - 2013. Stars Jimmy Carr, David Mitchell, Charlie Brooker and Lauren Laverne.

Series 3

1. Episode One

First broadcast: Wednesday 24th April 2013

The team return with a further refined format. Topics on the first show of the series include the legacy of Baroness Thatcher; the Boston Marathon bombings; and the Sunday Times Rich List.


2. Episode Two

First broadcast: Wednesday 1st May 2013

This week, the 10 O'Clock Live team look ahead to Thursday's local elections; discuss pensioners' benefits; and a handsome Arab.


3. Episode Three

First broadcast: Wednesday 8th May 2013

Tonight, Lauren, Charlie, David and Jimmy look at last week's local elections; the State Opening of Parliament; and debate the role of small parties in British politics.


4. Episode Four

First broadcast: Wednesday 15th May 2013

Topics on the fourth episode of the series include the EU, Star Wars, and the failures of all three party leaders: David Cameron, Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg.


5. Episode Five

First broadcast: Wednesday 22nd May 2013

On the show this week, the team discuss gay marriage; 'swivel-eyed loons' and David Cameron's leadership with Gyles Brandreth; and Google's taxes.


6. Episode Six

First broadcast: Wednesday 29th May 2013

As May draws to a close, Charlie Brooker comments on Muslims in the media; women are under David Mitchell's spotlight; and the team discuss the internet foolhardiness of Sally Bercow.


7. Episode Seven

First broadcast: Wednesday 5th June 2013

David Mitchell is joined by Conservative MP Zac Goldsmith and Labour's Diane Abbott to discuss MP recall. The team also avoid speculation about Tulisa Contostavlos's arrest, and there's stand-up from Rich Hall.


8. Episode Eight

First broadcast: Wednesday 12th June 2013

At a somewhat later time than usual, the team look at privacy in the wake of the Prism scandal, and freedom of speech in the social media age.