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

QI

BBC Two and BBC One panel show focusing on quite interesting facts. 218 episodes (pilot + 15 series), 2003 - 2017. Stars Sandi Toksvig, Alan Davies and Stephen Fry.

Another series is in development.
Series B, Episode 11 is repeated on Dave on tomorrow at 12:20am
Recording at The London Studios. Tickets

Press Clippings

No Such Thing As A Fish announce new tour

The stars behind QI's podcast No Such Thing As A Fish have announced a 2017 live tour.

British Comedy Guide, 22nd March 2017

JK Rowling pleads for mercy after QI Elf got fact wrong

The author has threatened to send a box of socks to the QI Elves if the punishment is not reversed.

Eleanor Bley Griffiths, Radio Times, 22nd February 2017

Alan Davies: I miss Fry, but Toksvig's given QI a boost

Sandi Toksvig might be firmly ensconced in the QI host's chair... but panellist Alan Davies has admitted he still misses her predecessor Stephen Fry.

Morgan Jeffrey, Digital Spy, 20th February 2017

Preview - QI: New

Lots of people were worried when Stephen Fry left QI and replaced by Sandi Toksvig, but over the past few months she has proven to be brilliant at the job.

Ian Wolf, On The Box, 10th February 2017

Preview - QI

After Stephen Fry stepped down at the end of Series 'M' the fate of the beloved BBC show QI, was unknown but Sandi Toksvig has done an excellent job in ensuring its survival.

Eloise Craven-Todd, On The Box, 20th January 2017

Comedy.co.uk Awards 2016 shortlists announced

The shortlists for the Comedy.co.uk Awards 2016 have been revealed. 60 shows are in the running for the Comedy Of The Year title. Voting is now open.

British Comedy Guide, 16th January 2017

30 fascinating facts from hit show QI book

The QI books have done a roaring trade, with more than 3.3 million copies sold in the past 10 years. And QI elves are still mining new, quite interesting material for the BBC show, now hosted by Sandi Toksvig.

The Mirror, 22nd December 2016

Sara Pascoe's Animal wins a QI endorsement

Sara Pascoe's Animal has been named one of the ten most interesting books of the year by QI. However, the list's credibility has taken a blow by including a new book of QI facts - which makes the exercise look a little like a flimsy marketing gimmick in the run-up to Christmas.

Chortle, 6th December 2016

Alan Davies interview

Alan Davies on parenting, the return of Jonathan Creek and QI without his old friend Stephen Fry.

Daily Mail, 4th December 2016

20 favourite facts from the QI team

Find out why Churchill looks grumpy on the £5 note and which insect terrifies the Dalai Lama as the brains behind the panel share some jolly arcana.

The QI Elves, The Guardian, 2nd December 2016

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