Regional Europe United Kingdom Arts and Entertainment Television Programmes Comedy Have I Got News For You
Long running satirical news quiz featuring Ian Hislop and Paul Merton. Previously hosted by Angus Deayton, now with regular guest hosts. First broadcast in 1990.
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BBC: Robinson draws viewers to news quiz
The BBC satirical quiz records its second-highest viewing figures with Weakest Link host Anne Robinson as guest presenter. (November 10, 2002)
BBC: Robinson is next Deayton stand-in
TV presenter Anne Robinson, is to host the show next week following the BBC sacking of host Angus Deayton. (November 01, 2002)
BBC: Show goes on after Deayton exit
The first recording of the quiz show since the departure of Angus Deayton receives rave reviews from spectators. (November 01, 2002)
BBC: Deayton's possible successors
BBC News Online looks at the likely candidates to succeed Angus Deayton as the host. (October 30, 2002)
BBC: Quiz host Deayton fired by BBC
Angus Deayton is dropped as presenter of BBC One's quiz show after revelations about his private life. (October 30, 2002)
BBC: Deayton's future in doubt
BBC executives are meeting host Angus Deayton following further revelations about his private life. (October 29, 2002)
BBC: Deayton ridicule tops ratings
BBC One's HIGNFY beats Big Brother 3's debut in the ratings, following claims about Angus Deayton's private life. (May 25, 2002)
BBC: Deayton in the lion's den
Viewers get their chance on Friday to see Angus Deayton's mauling at the show recording. But what was the view from the back row of the studio audience? (May 24, 2002)
BBC: Deayton admits: I'm this week's loser
Angus Deayton suffers merciless ridicule as he hosts HIGNFY following revelations about his private life. (May 23, 2002)
BBC: Charlotte has got news for us
Charlotte Church makes her debut as the youngest ever competitor on the comedy quiz show. (April 26, 2002)
BBC: Elton has News for You
Sir Elton John is confirmed as a panellist on an edition of the BBC One quiz. (May 22, 2001)
BBC: Ex-Tory MP loses libel action
The author and former Conservative MP Rupert Allason has lost his libel action against the writers of a book based on the satirical television show. (January 21, 1998)
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