Barring two episodes of highlights, we come to the end of Series P of the intellectual panel game (Series Q … [ Read More ]
Tonight’s Sandi’s panel don their lab coats as they go all pathological on us.
You have to pity the rest of the panellists tonight see as one of the people playing the intellectual panel … [ Read More ]
The good news is that tonight all three guests on the show are women. The bad news is that one … [ Read More ]
We toy with periscopes, take on the ice bucket challenge, and look into the world of the Chinese Fire Drill.
Tonight it looks like Sandi Toksvig is going to make things hurt for her panel.
The annual QI Christmas special appears to be turning into the world’s most interesting pub quiz tonight.
Today Sandi and Alan are looking into both privacy, and public events.
Tonight’s QI is best summed up by quoting a single Tweet: “Ed Balls”.
Tonight’s QI is good for those who are easily offended, as Sandi, Alan and their guests are going achingly PC … [ Read More ]
This week Sandi and Alan investigate all sorts of dangerous things.
Series P of QI sees a few changes to the show, one of which is that show is now airing … [ Read More ]
The final episode from Series O (except for two highlights episodes) sees Denmark’s Sandi Toksvig take the show across the … [ Read More ]
The panel are all suited and booted tonight as QI looks at the world of work.
A general collection of oddities appear in this edition.
There’s no reference to The Thick of It in tonight’s show sadly, but there is still plenty of interesting info.
This week’s QI has plenty of devilish goings on.
Tonight’s QI’s features something you thought you’d never see: Sandi Toksvig handling male genitalia, albeit fake.
Of all the episodes in Series O, this one raises the most important question: why wasn’t this one shown first?
Sandi Toksvig and Alan Davies celebrate Christmas with some interesting festive facts.
Hopefully tonight’s edition of QI will leave you in stitches.
Everything is back-to-front in this episode of QI as Sandi Toksvig and Alan Davies deal with opposites.
Sandi Toksvig and Alan Davies may be feeling oojah-cum-spliff with this odd collection of interesting questions.
In this week’s QI Sandi Toksvig and Alan Davies look at, or rather smell, all kinds of interesting odours.