Have I Got News For You. Image shows from L to R: Ian Hislop, Paul Merton.

Have I Got News For You

BBC One and BBC Two panel show about the news. 534 episodes (60 series), 1990 - 2020. Stars Angus Deayton, Ian Hislop and Paul Merton.

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Guest host Ray Winstone is joined by panellists Reginald D Hunter and journalist Camilla Long.

Broadcast details

Date
Friday 26th April 2013
Time
9:30pm
Channel
BBC One
Length
30 minutes

Cast & crew

Regular cast
Ian Hislop Team Captain
Paul Merton Team Captain
Guest cast
Ray Winstone Host / Presenter
Reginald D Hunter Guest
Camilla Long Guest
Writing team
Pete Sinclair Writer (Additional Material)
Colin Swash Writer (Additional Material)
Ged Parsons Writer (Additional Material)
Kevin Day Writer (Additional Material)
Giles Pilbrow Writer (Additional Material)
Shaun Pye Writer (Additional Material)
Production team
Paul Wheeler Director
Jo Bunting Series Producer
Ben Wicks Producer
Richard Wilson Executive Producer

Video

Paul Merton gets soaked

The panel guess a missing word from the Guest Publication the 'Teddy Bear Times' about Gay Wimpory designing a jacket which will keep your teddy bear warm.

Featuring: Ian Hislop, Paul Merton, Reginald D Hunter, Ray Winstone, Camilla Long.

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