Damian Lewis was again guest host of Friday’s episode of Have I Got News For You. Those in the UK can rewatch it on BBC iPlayer. (Update: Click here to download it from our media archive.) The extended version Have I Got A Bit More News For You broadcasts Wednesday, November 14 on BBC1.
Don’t miss Damian on The Jonathan Ross Show on Saturday, November 10th at 9:50pm on ITV1.
Damian Lewis was guest host of Friday evening’s episode of Have I Got News For You. Those in the UK can rewatch it on BBC iPlayer. Click below to watch it on Youtube. Click here to download the episode from our media archive. The extended version Have I Got A Bit More News For You broadcasts Sunday, April 29 on BBC1. Update: I replaced the files posted on Friday with the extended version which aired on Sunday.
Damian Lewis will be the guest host of this week’s episode of Have I Got News For You airing this Friday, April 27 at 9:00pm on BBC1! The extended edition Have I Got A Bit More News For You will broadcast Sunday, April 29 at 10:25 pm on BBC1. The show will be taped Thursday at London Studios. We’ll try and have a download available in the media archive by Friday or Saturday.
Looks like his episode should air Friday, April 27th!
Homeland star Damian Lewis, Dirk Gently actor Stephen Mangan and former political spin doctor Alastair Campbell are among the stars who have been announced as guest hosts on the new series of Have I Got News for You.
HIGNFY will return to TV on Friday 13 April, with Mangan occupying the host’s chair on a show that will also see actor Miles Jupp and journalist Grace Dent making appearances as guest panellists alongside regulars Paul Merton and Ian Hislop.
Jo Brand will chair the second episode of the series, while Damian Lewis is set to take the reins for the third, having enjoyed presenting the programme on three previous occasions.
Top Gear’s Jeremy Clarkson is in line to host the fourth episode and Alexander Armstrong has been booked to chair the fifth.
Alastair Campbell will make his much-anticipated guest host debut on the series’ eighth instalment.
The three remaining hosts and other panellists will be announced at a later date, and HIGNFY will run weekly on BBC1 until Friday 8 June.
Source: Radio Times