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. 515 episodes (58 series), 1990 - 2019. Stars Angus Deayton, Ian Hislop and Paul Merton.

Next new episode is on Friday at 9pm. Series 58, Episode 3
Catch-up on Episode 2 on BBC iPlayer   Series 53, Episode 2 is repeated on Dave today at 8pm.
Recording at Elstree Film Studios. Tickets

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The 20 best Have I Got News For You presenters - ranked

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Michael Hogan, The Telegraph, 6th April 2018

Have I Got News For You and the problem of women

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Alice Jones, i Newspaper, 6th April 2018

HIGNFY: women hit back against 'too modest' claims

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Bruce Dessau, The Guardian, 6th April 2018

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Phil Harrison, The Guardian, 6th April 2018

Hislop should ask why women are too modest for HIGNFY

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Tracy King, The New Statesman, 5th April 2018

Women are too 'modest' to host a comedy quiz show?

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Steven Poole, The Guardian, 5th April 2018

Left-wing - not gender - bias is ruining a hit BBC show

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Julia Hartley-Brewer, The Telegraph, 4th April 2018

So female politicians don't want to host HIGNFY?

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Zoe Williams, The Guardian, 4th April 2018

Is it all over for Have I Got News For You?

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Kate Stone, Funny Women, 3rd April 2018

It's not funny being the only woman on a TV panel show

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Natalie Haynes, The Guardian, 3rd April 2018