- 15th December via i Newspaper: Gary Lineker splits opinion as HIGNFY host
- 16th November via Radio Times: Danny Dyer to host Have I Got News For You
- 4th November via Gloucestershire Live: HIGNFY fluffed a joke about GCHQ and Greggs
- 26th October via BBC: Steph McGovern: 'Creepy' Trump called me beautiful
- Panel Show
- 1990 - 2018
- BBC One, BBC Two
- 496 (56 series), plus 18 specials
- Angus Deayton, Ian Hislop and Paul Merton
- John F.D. Northover, Ben Gosling Fuller, Paul Wheeler and Lissa Evans
- Jimmy Mulville, Harry Thompson, Colin Swash, Nick Martin, Giles Pilbrow, Steve Doherty, Rebecca Papworth, Jo Bunting, Mark Barrett, Ben Wicks and others
Originally on BBC Two before moving to BBC One, each episode of Have I Got News For You features a series of topical rounds. On one side is team captain Ian Hislop, editor of satirical magazine Private Eye; the other team is lead by improv comedian Paul Merton.
From its launch in 1990 up to 2002, the show was hosted by Angus Deayton. However, a series of tabloid scandals involving prostitutes and drugs resulted in the the long-time host being forced to resign. Since then, each episode has been hosted by a selection of guest hosts. The list of those regularly asked includes Alexander Armstrong, Kirsty Young, Jeremy Clarkson, Jack Dee and Jo Brand.
HIGNFY's influence spreads far and wide. It's been suggested by a number of commentators that Boris Johnson's popular appearances on the show may well have helped him go on to become Mayor of London.