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Have I Got News for You

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1/8 Satirical swords are sharpened once again for the 28th series of the evergreen news quiz. Regular team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton are joined by a guest presenter and panellists.
Repeated tomorrow on BBC2
Adam Hart-Davis on Have I Got News for You: page 36

COMEDY
Have I Got News for You 9.30pm BBC1
As Friday nights seem suddenly to have become chock-full of undemanding light-entertainment programmes (and I'm not entirely sure why and how that's happened), here's a bit of brain food if you feel in need of intellectual exercise, and of course, a bit of a laugh. The ever-dependable Ian Hislop and Paul Merton return to captain the two teams, though as we went to press no guests had been confirmed. And as for the other question on the lips of every HIGNFY fan - who's the guest presenter? - we can't answer that either, as no one has yet been recruited. (AG)
Adam Hart-Davis on HIGNFY: page 36

Contributors

Panellist: Ian Hislop
Panellist: Paul Merton
Director: Paul Wheeler
Producer: Jo Bunting

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Have I Got News for You

BBC One London, 15 April 2005 21.30






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