The first series of Have I Got News For You kicked things off in 1990.
Following the successful debut series, Have I Got News For You returned in 1991 for an extended ten episode run, plus its first Christmas special.
The 1992 General Election, in which John Major managed to hold onto power, started off the third series.
Have I Got News For You was back for a second series towards the end of 1992.
Series six saw both the Margaret Thatcher Special and the 1993 Christmas Special.
The first HIGNFY series of 2001 was a busy affair - it contained both a Children In Need Special and a 2001 General Election Special.
The second season of Have I Got News For You in 2001.
Angus Deayton was still in the papers as the second series of 2002 started. After two episodes, he was fired. Paul Merton took over as host for one week, and then the idea of using guest hosts took hold. Anne Robinson, John Sergeant, Boris Johnson, Liza Tarbuck, Charles Kennedy and Jeremy Clarkson were the first people to get a go in the host's chair.
A guide to the April 2010 version of the show. This series included an episode recorded the morning after the historic 2010 General Election in which Britain failed to elect a government.
A guide to 2010's second series of HIGNFY.
Have I Got News For You returned on Friday 8th April 2011 for its 41st run.
Paul and Ian returned for a winter helping of HIGNFY, running from mid-October right through to Christmas.
Ian and Paul return to cover another 10 weeks of news during the autumn and early winter period of 2012.
A fourty-sixth series, running for 10 episodes from October to December 2013.
Another series, covering the Autumn and early Winter 2014 period.
This series covers perhaps the most important election since HIGNFY began; the May 2015 General Election.
HIGNFY returned in the autumn of 2015 for a landmark 50th series, running up to Christmas. This was its 25th year on screen.
Series 51 saw the 100th different person have a go at being guest host. The episodes were broadcast in the run-up to the referendum on whether Britain should stay in Europe.
Ian and Paul return for a remarkable fifty-second series of satire.
A run for Autumn and Winter 2017.
A series running from April to May.
HIGNFY returns as Britain prepares to leave the EU, finally... maybe.
Brexit has finally taken place, but now the trade wrangles begin and the US Presidential election gears up. And then there's coronavirus - which means among other things, there is no studio audience.
HIGNFY continues to look at topics including Brexit and coronavirus.
A documentary looking back at 30 years of HIGNFY.
Series 62 sees the return of the studio audience for the first time since Covid.