QI. Image shows from L to R: Alan Davies, Sandi Toksvig. Copyright: TalkbackThames
QI

QI

  • TV panel show
  • BBC Two / BBC One / BBC Four
  • 2003 - 2022
  • 279 episodes (19 series)

Panel game that contains lots of difficult questions and a large amount of quite interesting facts. Stars Sandi Toksvig, Stephen Fry and Alan Davies.

Episode menu

Series L - QI VG: Compilation Show 12

More of the best bits from Series L, with Stephen Fry, Alan Davies and guests.

Broadcast details

Date
Saturday 31st January 2015
Time
10pm
Channel
BBC Two
Length
30 minutes

Repeats

Show past repeats

Date Time Channel
Saturday 31st January 2015 11:35pm BBC2 Wales
Wednesday 22nd July 2015 10:00pm BBC2
Wednesday 29th July 2015 10:00pm BBC2
Monday 10th August 2015 10:00pm BBC2

Cast & crew

Cast
Stephen Fry Host / Presenter
Alan Davies Regular Panellist
Guest cast
Bill Bailey Guest
Danny Baker Guest
Jo Brand Guest
Jimmy Carr Guest
Phill Jupitus Guest
Jeremy Clarkson Guest
David Mitchell Guest
Ronni Ancona Guest
Johnny Vegas Guest
Sandi Toksvig Guest
Sue Perkins Guest
Frank Skinner Guest
Jack Whitehall Guest
Jason Manford Guest
Sara Pascoe Guest
Josh Widdicombe Guest
Victoria Coren Mitchell Guest
Aisling Bea Guest
Lloyd Langford Guest
Adam Hills Guest
Tony Hawks Guest
Carrie Fisher Guest
Claudia O'Doherty Guest
Graham McPherson (as Suggs) Guest
Andrew Boothroyd (as Professor Andrew Boothroyd of the Physics Dept. Oxford University) Self
Writing team
John Mitchinson Question Writer
James Harkin Question Writer
Molly Oldfield Question Writer
Andrew Hunter Murray Question Writer
Anne Miller Question Writer
Stevyn Colgan Question Writer
Production team
Ian Lorimer Director
John Lloyd (as John Lloyd CBE) Series Producer
Piers Fletcher Producer
Ruby Kuraishe Executive Producer
Suzanne McManus Executive Producer
Nick King Editor
Jonathan Paul Green Production Designer
Howard Goodall Composer
Mat Coward Researcher
Will Bowen Researcher
Anna Ptaszynski Researcher
Alex Bell Researcher
Ben Dupré Researcher

Press

Radio Times review

Although it manages to keep the smutty/lavatorial humour to a minimum, Jack Whitehall's exuberant reaction to solving an Only Connect puzzle makes Stephen Fry smile. "You've made a happy man very old," he sighs.

Several clips in this compilation of QI highlights have an ocular theme: Phill Jupitus tries on night vision glasses, Alan Davies a peripheral vision aid and Josh Widdecombe "railway spectacles", while Jo Brand reckons her bonnet with a monocle probably belonged to an elderly Dickensian prostitute. Plus there are some terrific "liquid larks" and scientific tricks. The one involving stroking a fake hand gets Sara Pascoe very excited indeed.

Gill Crawford, Radio Times, 31st January 2015

Share this page