Rob Brydon hosts the comedy panel show. Joining team captains David Mitchell and Lee Mack are Clara Amfo, Tom Davis, Shaun Ryder and Henning Wehn. Show more
David Mitchell invites Henning Wehn, Katherine Ryan, Graeme Garden and Lloyd Langford to hide truths in lies. From April 2013. Show more
David Mitchell invites Ed Byrne, Holly Walsh, Richard Osman and Henning When to hide truths in lies. From January 2015. Show more
Henning Wehn, Graeme Garden, Jeremy Hardy and Victoria Coren Mitchell are obliged to talk with deliberate inaccuracy on subjects as varied as trees, doctors, newspapers and Spain. Show more
Henning Wehn, Graeme Garden, Jeremy Hardy and Victoria Coren Mitchell talk with deliberate inaccuracy on subjects as varied as the British, beetles, the clergy and novels. Show more
Andrew Neil reviews the Labour conference week with Jacqui Smith, Miranda Green and Michael Portillo. Show more
Rob Brydon, Lee Mack and David Mitchell return for an episode of previously unseen material from the comedy panel show. Show more
Andrew Neil reviews the political week with Michael Portillo, Alan Johnson and Katy Balls, while Richard Madeley has the political headlines in a film. Show more
Sister series to The Great British Bake Off. Ed Balls, Monica Galetti and Henning Wehn discuss batter week with host Jo Brand. Show more
German stand-up comedian Henning Wehn joins Matt Baker and Alex Jones on the sofa, and there is a live link to Orlando for the latest on the Invictus Games.
Stanley Johnson, Melanie Sykes and Henning Wehn take on a long-distance hike in Mexico's little-explored but beautiful Copper Canyon. Show more
This week's guests joining Lee Mack and David Mitchell are Jo Brand, Simon Day, Kiri Pritchard-McClean and Henning Wehn.
Matt Lucas is the host of his own awards ceremony - the perfectly-titled Lucases - with nominations provided by comic guests Jason Manford, Graeme Garden and Henning Wehn. Show more
Clive Anderson and Phil Gayl are joined by Len Goodman, Sonya Kelly, Steve Punt and Henning Wehn for an eclectic mix of conversation and comedy. With music from Kim Wilde. Show more
The new comedy panel game show that features a team of British comedians competing against a team of comics from overseas, all overseen by the mostly-impartial Irishman, Ed Byrne. Show more
Frank Skinner hosts as three celebrities battle to banish their top peeve or worst nightmare to the depths of Room 101. With guests Henning Wehn, Michael Ball and Caroline Quentin.