Have I Got News For You. Image shows left to right: Ian Hislop, Paul Merton. Credit: Matt Crockett
Have I Got News For You

Have I Got News For You

  • TV panel show
  • BBC One / BBC Two
  • 1990 - 2024
  • 590 episodes (66 series)

Long-running topical panel game with a strong political slant, featuring team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton. Also features Angus Deayton.

Have I Got News For You: The Quiz Of 2023

Whether it was Harry talking about his todger in his controversial autobiography, or celebrities from Gary Lineker to Phillip Schofield and Huw Edwards dominating the news agenda, plus strikes, inflation, wildfires, the Wagner group performing the briefest mutiny of all time, an ill-fated trip to the Titanic, and - as usual - a stack of scandals leaking out of the Cabinet, 2023 has had just as many newsworthy things you'd like to forget as any other year. Before you can do that though, this book is going to quiz you on them.

There's the missing words round, odd one outs, stolen formats from other quiz books, word searches, crosswords, mazes, and - as a word of warning - some close-up photographs of Michael Fabricant.

With over 1,000 questions on everything from politics to pop culture, Have I Got News For You: The Quiz Of 2023 promises hours of entertainment and is probably the only sardonic souvenir of 2023 going.

First published: Thursday 2nd November 2023

  • Publisher: Sphere
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