The News Quiz Extra

Extended version of the topical panel show, featuring extra content

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16012016011120160112 (BBC7)Made for 4 Extra. A satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.
16022016011520160118 (BBC7)
20160119 (BBC7)
A satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.
16032016012520160126 (BBC7)A satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.
16042016020120160202 (BBC7)A satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.
16052016020820160209 (BBC7)A satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.
16062016021520160216 (BBC7)A satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.
16072016022220160223 (BBC7)A satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.
16082016022920160301 (BBC7)A satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.
17012016041820160419 (BBC7)Made for 4 Extra. A satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.
17022016042520160426 (BBC7)Made for 4 Extra. A satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.
17032016050220160503 (BBC7)Made for 4 Extra. A satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.
17042016050920160510 (BBC7)Made for 4 Extra. A satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.
17052016051620160517 (BBC7)Made for 4 Extra. A satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.
17062016052320160524 (BBC7)All the bonus and jokes that couldn't be squeezed into last week's News Quiz.
17072016053020160531 (BBC7)Jeremy Hardy is amongst Miles' guests for this bumper episode of News Quiz Extra.
17082016060320160606 (BBC7)
20160607 (BBC7)
Jeremy Hardy is amongst Miles' guests for this bumper episode of News Quiz Extra.
17092016061320160614 (BBC7)Jeremy Hardy is amongst Miles' guests for this bumper episode of News Quiz Extra.
18012016090920160912 (BBC7)
20160913 (BBC7)
Made for 4 Extra. A satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.
18022016091920160920 (BBC7)Made for 4 Extra. A satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.
18032016092620160927 (BBC7)An extended version of the News Quiz for Radio 4 Extra.
18042016100320161004 (BBC7)An extended version of the News Quiz for Radio 4 Extra, chaired by Miles Jupp.
18052016101020161011 (BBC7)An extended version of the News Quiz for Radio 4 Extra.
18062016101720161018 (BBC7)An extended version of the News Quiz for Radio 4 Extra.
18072016102420161025 (BBC7)Jeremy Hardy, Chris Addison, Rebecca Front and Zoe Lyons join chairman Miles Jupp.
18082016103120161101 (BBC7)Susan Calman, Francis Wheen, Mark steel and Vicki Pepperdine join Miles Jupp.
19012017010620170109 (BBC7)
20170110 (BBC7)
Jeremy Hardy, Angela Barnes, Danny Finkelstein and Andy Parsons are among the guests.
19022017011620170117 (BBC7)Mark Steel, Michael Deacon, Zoe Lyons and Katy Brand are amongst the guests.
19032017012320170124 (BBC7)Miles Jupp's guests are Andy Hamilton, Andrew Maxwell, Angela Barnes and Susan Calman.
19042017013020170131 (BBC7)Miles Jupp is joined by Jeremy Hardy, Zoe Lyons, Helen Lewis and Vicki Pepperdine.
19052017020620170207 (BBC7)Susan Calman, Andy Hamilton, Katy Brand and Lloyd Langford are among Miles' guests.
19062017021320170214 (BBC7)Featuring Jeremy Hardy, Francis Wheen, Kerry Godliman and Holly Walsh.
19072017022020170221 (BBC7)With Jeremy Hardy, Romesh Ranganathan, Simon Evans and Gina Yashere.
19082017022720170228 (BBC7)Susan Calman, Charlie Higson, Sarah Kendall and Lucy Porter join Miles Jupp.
20012017042420170425 (BBC7)Jeremy Hardy and Susan Calman are amongst Miles Jupp's guests for the extended version.
20022017042820170501 (BBC7)
20170502 (BBC7)
A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Miles Jupp.
20032017050520170508 (BBC7)
20170509 (BBC7)
All the bits that would not fit into Friday's show, with Jeremy Hardy and Angela Barnes.
20042017051520170516 (BBC7)Susan Calman, Zoe Lyons, Lloyd Langford and Peter Curran join Miles Jupp.
20052017052220170523 (BBC7)A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Miles Jupp.
20062017052920170530 (BBC7)A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Miles Jupp.
20072017060520170606 (BBC7)A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Miles Jupp.
20082017061220170613 (BBC7)Mark Steel, Hugo Rifkind, Rich Hall and Katy Brand join Miles Jupp.
21012017090820170911 (BBC7)
20170912 (BBC7)
Jeremy Hardy, Zoe Lyons, Simon Evans and Helen Lewis join Miles for a little extra chat.
21022017091520170918 (BBC7)
20170919 (BBC7)
Miles Jupp chairs a satirical review of the week's news in an extended version.
21032017092520170926 (BBC7)Miles Jupp is joined by Jeremy Hardy, Lucy Porter, Daniel Finkelstein and Sarah Kendall.
21042017100220171003 (BBC7)Miles Jupp is joined by Holly Walsh, Andrew Maxwell, Fern Brady and Isabel Hardman.
21052017100920171010 (BBC7)Miles Jupp chairs a satirical review of the week's news in an extended version.
21062017101320171016 (BBC7)
20171017 (BBC7)
Host Miles Jupp is joined by Rich Hall, Helen Lewis, Mark Steel and Kiri Pritchard-McLean.
21072017102320171024 (BBC7)Miles Jupp is joined by Hugo Rifkind, Desiree Burch, Jeremy Hardy and Suzi Ruffell.
21082017102720171030 (BBC7)
20171031 (BBC7)
Miles Jupp chairs a satirical review of the week's news in an extended version.
22012018010820180109 (BBC7)Miles Jupp chairs a satirical review of the week's news in an extended version.
22022018011520180116 (BBC7)Miles Jupp chairs a satirical review of the week's news in an extended version.
22032018012220180123 (BBC7)This week's panel features Jeremy Hardy, Kerry Godliman, Daliso Chaponda and Isabel Hardman with Miles Jupp in the chair.

This week, a Carillion carry-on and Bayeux by here?

Writers: Nick Doody, James Kettle, Jenny Laville with Scott Bennett and Mike Shephard

Producer: Nick Coupe
A BBC Studios Production.

Miles Jupp chairs a satirical review of the week's news in an extended version.

22042018012620180129 (BBC7)
20180130 (BBC7)
News Quiz, News Quiz, read all about it. Andy Hamilton, Angela Barnes, Andrew Maxwell and Fern Brady are Miles's guests this week.

On this week's menu, the controversial Presidents Club dinner and 'no steak night' at Wetherspoons.

Written by: Jon Hunter, James Kettle and Jenny Laville with Laura Major and Glenn Moore

Producer: Toby Tilling
A BBC Studios Production.

Miles Jupp chairs a satirical review of the week's news in an extended version.

22052018020520180206 (BBC7)Jeremy Hardy, Lucy Porter, Vicki Pepperdine and Hugo Rifkind join Miles for a round-up of the week's news.

This week China Crisis, This Ole House and Talking Heads (orcas)

Writers: Clint Edwards, James Kettle and Danielle Ward with Stephanie Laing and Mike Shephard

Producer: Richard Morris
A BBC Studios Production.

Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.

22062018021220180213 (BBC7)Mark Steel, Desiree Burch, Zoe Lyons and Fred MacAulay join Miles Jupp for more news quizzing.

Prix fixe menu of Brexit, Suffragettes and snow-based sports. A la carte jokes option also available.

Writers: James Kettle, Robin Morgan and Benjamin Partridge with Laura Major and Ian Smith

Producer: Tamara Shilham
A BBC Studios Production.

Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.

22072018021620180219 (BBC7)
20180220 (BBC7)
Jeremy Hardy, Helen Lewis, Andy Zaltzman and Katy Brand take on the news.

Writers: James Kettle, Robin Morgan, Sarah Morgan with Sophie Duker and Mike Shephard.

This week love is in the air with a Valentine's Day Brexit note and a risqué Georgian lifestyle manual.

Producer: Richard Morris
A BBC Studios Production.

Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.

22082018022620180227 (BBC7)Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.
23012018041620180417 (BBC7)Miles Jupp is joined by Angela Barnes, Andy Hamilton, Zoe Lyons and Hugo Rifkind for a satirical look at the week's news.
This week the panel discuss Theresa May's response to the chemical attacks in Syria and Donald Trump's lawyer's uninvited guests, as well as an overpriced bag of stones and the world's hottest chilli.

Written by Sarah Campbell, Jon Hunter, James Kettle and Laura Major with additional material by Simon Alcock.
Produced by Nick Coupe.
A BBC Studios Production.

Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.

23022018042320180424 (BBC7)Miles Jupp is joined by Michael Deacon, Kerry Godliman, Jeremy Hardy and Felicity Ward for a satirical review of the week's news.

In this extended edition of Friday's show, the panel discuss the parliamentary debate over military action in Syria, the treatment of the Windrush Generation, David Copperfield's magical court appearance and the best way to get out of a binding gym contract in Belgium.

Written by James Kettle, Jenny Laville and Benjamin Partridge with additional material by Laura Major, Mike Shephard and Michael Stranney.
Produced by Nick Coupe
A BBC Studios Production.

Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.

23032018042720180430 (BBC7)
20180501 (BBC7)
Miles Jupp is joined by Andy Hamilton, Hugo Rifkind, Mark Steel and Suzi Ruffell for a satirical look at the week's biggest (and smallest) headlines.

In this extended edition of Friday's show Mark Steel questions how hard anyone looked for Andy Hamilton when he ran away from home, Andy reviews the Millicent Fawcett statue in Parliament Square and there's uproar over the points awarded. Plus outtakes of newsreader Diana Speed struggling with an unfortunate typo on an 'Angus Beef Sausages' sign.

The Chair's script was written by Max Davis, James Kettle and Danielle Ward with additional material by Heidi Regan and Mike Shephard.

Produced by Lulu Baker.

A BBC Studios Production.

Miles Jupp is joined by Andy Hamilton, Hugo Rifkind, Mark Steel and Suzi Ruffell.

23042018050420180507 (BBC7)
20180508 (BBC7)
Miles Jupp is joined by Desiree Burch, Danny Finkelstein, Holly Walsh and Andy Zaltzman for a satirical review of the week's news.

This week the panel discuss Amber Rudd's resignation, the Local Elections and the Buddhist funeral of 800 defunct robot dogs.

The Chair's script was written with James Kettle, Benjamin Partridge and Danielle Ward with additional material from Laura Major and Daniel Page.
The Producer was Joe Nunnery
A BBC Studios Production.

Extended edition of Radio 4's satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.

23052018051420180515 (BBC7)Miles Jupp is joined by Fern Brady, Jeremy Hardy, Helen Lewis and Kiri Pritchard-McLean for a satirical review of the week's news.

In this extended version of Friday's show as well as discussing the USA's withdrawal from the Iran Nuclear Deal and Vladimir Putin's surprise fourth term in office we bring you news of Dr Dre's legal dispute with a gynaecologist of the same name,

Plus, defacing Theresa May, bathroom jokes and plenty of corpsing.

The chair's script was written by Madeleine Brettingham, James Kettle and Robin Morgan, with additional material by Laura Major, Mike Shepherd and Catherine Brinkworth.

The Producer was Beverly Tagg.

A BBC Studios Production.

Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.

23062018052120180522 (BBC7)Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.
23072018052520180528 (BBC7)
20180529 (BBC7)
Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.
23082018060120180604 (BBC7)
20180605 (BBC7)
Miles is joined by Jeremy Hardy, Angela Barnes, Helen Lewis and Susan Calman for the final episode of this series. The teams tackle all the big stories of the week and Mamadou Gassama gets what we assume is his first mention in the history of the programme.

Writers: Gabby Hutchinson-Crouch, James Kettle, Ian Smith with additional material by Laura Major and Chris Stokes

Producer: Richard Morris
A BBC Studios Production.

Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.

24012018083120180903 (BBC7)
20180904 (BBC7)
Miles Jupp is joined by Mark Steel, Angela Barnes, Helen Lewis and Simon Evans for the first episode of the new series.

This week dancing, scallops, energy drinks and Gary Mabbutt - but not all necessarily at the same time.

Written by Madeleine Brettingham, Max Davis, James Kettle and Mike Shephard

Producer: Beverly Tagg
A BBC Studios Production.

Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.

24022018091020180911 (BBC7)With Miles Jupp out of the office, comedian Simon Evans takes the guest host chair for this week's show.

Featuring all the week's stories big and small as told by Phill Jupitus, Ayesha Hazarika, Phil Wang and Rory Bremner. In this extended edition of Friday's show we see who's sticking the boot into Nike, see what's been flying up the pole at a Chinese school and explore the equally cryptic worlds of international espionage and doctors' handwriting.

Written by: Madeleine Brettingham, Dan Evans and Jenny Laville with additional material by Will Duggan, Laura Major and Mike Shephard.

Producer: Andy Goddard

A BBC Studios Production.

Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Simon Evans.

24032018091420180917 (BBC7)
20180918 (BBC7)
Susan Calman takes the guest host chair this week and is joined by Hugo Rifkind, Mark Steel and stand-up comedians Jen Brister and Jayde Adams.

Jokes and acronyms aplenty with stories featuring the ERG, the TUC and the PRB plus some lettuce and cabbage for good measure.

Written by: Clint Edwards, Jon Hunter and Sarah Morgan with additional material from Sara Gibbs and Mike Shephard

Producer: Beverly Tagg
A BBC Studios Production.

Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.

24042018092420180925 (BBC7)Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.
24052018100120181002 (BBC7)Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news, chaired by guest host Bridget Christie.

On the panel this week, Mark Steel, Daliso Chaponda, Danielle Ward and Deborah Frances-White discuss the Labour Party's party in Liverpool, 32 different types of ambulance and a slimmed down version of Weight Watchers.

Written by Max Davis, Jessica Fostekew and Robin Morgan with additional material by Laura Major.

Producer: Nick Coupe
A BBC Studios Production.

Bridget Christie hosts an extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news.

24062018100820181009 (BBC7)Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.
24072018101520181016 (BBC7)An extended satirical review of the week's news, chaired by guest host Lucy Porter.

Joining Lucy are Hugo Rifkind, Katy Brand and stand-up comedians Rhys James and Eleanor Tiernan.

All the big news on Brexit, Universal Credit and the most controversial game of hide and seek of the week.

Writers: Benjamin Partridge, Gabby Hutchinson Crouch and Danielle Ward with Mike Shephard and Heidi Regan.

Producer: Nick Coupe
A BBC Studios Production.

Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Lucy Porter.

24082018102220181023 (BBC7)Miles Jupp is back in the host's chair and he's joined by Helen Lewis, Neil Delamere, Felicity Ward and Susan Calman.

This week Theresa May wants a deal, China wants the moon on a stick and some Greek donkeys want a rest.

Writers: Madeleine Brettingham, James Kettle and Benjamin Partridge with Edward Easton and Mike Shephard

Producer: Nick Coupe
A BBC Studios Production.

Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.

25012019010720190108 (BBC7)Miles Jupp returns with a new series of The News Quiz Extra. Hugo Rifkind, Andrew Maxwell, Simon Evans and Zoe Lyons are the guests hurtling and sashaying their way into a news-packed 2019.

On this week's programme a lack of ferries and an abundance of sugar.

Writers: Nick Doody, Jenny Laville and Benjamin Partridge with additional material by Simon Alcock, Catherine Brinkworth and Kat Sadler.

Producer: Sarah Sharpe
A BBC Studios Production

Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.

Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.

25022019011420190115 (BBC7)Joining Miles Jupp this week are Francis Wheen, Helen Lewis, Paul Sinha and Eleanor Tiernan.

On the menu, a good old high street slump, a big monster fatberg-y lump and a stray snake.

Writers: Laura Major, Robin Morgan and Benjamin Partridge with additional material by Tom Mayhew and Kat Sadler.

Producer: Sarah Sharpe
A BBC Studios Production

Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.

Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.

25032019012120190122 (BBC7)Joining Miles Jupp this week are Andy Hamilton, Katie Perrior, Danielle Ward and Phil Wang.

Get ready for the tale of a lovestruck frog; and who’s got their Brexit boxes ready for no deal?

Writers: Madeleine Brettingham, Robin Morgan and Max Davis, with additional material by Catherine Brinkworth and Esyllt Sears.

Producer: Sarah Sharpe
A BBC Studios Production

Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.

Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.

25042019012820190129 (BBC7)Joining Miles Jupp this week are Neil Delamere, Hugo Rifkind, Jen Brister and Nish Kumar.

This week we have a much needed chat about climate change and face the ugly truth about selfies.

Writers: Laura Major, Benjamin Partridge and Mike Shephard, with additional material by Adele Cliff and Kat Sadler.

Producer: Sarah Sharpe
A BBC Studios Production

Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.

A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Miles Jupp

25052019020420190205 (BBC7)Miles Jupp looks back at the news this week with Andy Hamilton, Ayesha Hazarika, Tim Shipman and Lucy Porter.

Stories this week include Theresa May's return to Brussels to discuss the backstop, and the Polar Vortex.

The programme ends with a tribute to Jeremy Hardy who died on Friday 1st February.

Miles's script was written by Madeleine Brettingham, Max Davis, Mike Shephard, Catherine Brinkworth, Vivienne Riddoch and Jane McCutcheon.

Produced by Sarah Sharpe
A BBC Studios Production

A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Miles Jupp

A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Miles Jupp

25062019021120190212 (BBC7)Miles Jupp looks back at the news this week, with Susan Calman, Kiri Pritchard-McLean, Desiree Burch and Helen Lewis.

In this week's episode we deal with some angry Donald’s and can crime really be predicted by an algorithm?

Miles' script is written by Madeleine Brettingham, Gabby Hutchinson-Crouch and Sarah Morgan, with additional material by Eleanor Morton and Kat Sadler.

Produced by Sarah Sharpe
A BBC Studios Production

Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Miles Jupp.

25072019021820190219 (BBC7)A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Miles Jupp
26012019041520190416 (BBC7)A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Miles Jupp
26022019042220190423 (BBC7)The fire at Notre-Dame Cathedral, the threat of a measles outbreak and the Extinction Rebellion protests are among the stories covered in this week's News Quiz Extra

Host Miles Jupp is joined by Zoe Lyons, John Robins, Hugo Rifkind and Danielle Ward.

Zeb Soanes reads the news.

The chair's script was written by Madeleine Brettingham, Lucy Clarke and Laura Major, with additional material by Catherine Brinkworth, Kat Sadler and Esyllt Sears.

Produced by Sarah Sharpe
A BBC Studios Production

Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.

Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.

26032019042920190430 (BBC7)Among the stories this week - a round up of the candidates announced so far in a crowded EU Election field; activist Greta Thunberg's visit to the UK in support of the Extinction Rebellion protests, the risk of spying as Chinese telecom company Huawei are invited to work on 5g provision in the UK; and we have a go at guessing all your passwords.

Miles Jupp is joined by Mark Steel, comedians Ellie Taylor and Andy Zaltzman, and former advisor to Gordon Brown, Ayesha Hazarika.

Alan Smith reads the news.

Produced by Sarah Sharpe
A BBC Studios Production

Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.

Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.

26042019050620190507 (BBC7)Cabinet Leaks, Corbyn commits to staying non-commital, Camden Council bans Ice Cream Vans, and one of our panel gets really excited about 'spy animals'. It must be a Bank Holiday News Quiz Extra.

Miles Jupp is joined for a ramble through the week's news with comedians Angela Barnes, Kerry Godliman, Kemah Bob, and Theresa May's former PR advisor Katie Perrior.

Neil Sleat reads the news.

Produced by Sarah Sharpe
A BBC Studios Production

Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.

A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Miles Jupp.

26052019051320190514 (BBC7)A satirical look back at what's been happening in the news this week including stories about the EU Election, the birth of Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, the fall in the number of GPs working in the UK and a missing piece of Stonehenge that has been returned after 60 years.

Miles Jupp is joined by Bugler Andy Zaltzman, stand ups Desiree Burch & Andrew Maxwell, and star of The Mash Report Rachel Parris.

Alan Smith reads the news.

Produced by Sarah Sharpe
A BBC Studios Production

Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.

A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Miles Jupp.

26062019052020190521 (BBC7)Extended edition of the satirical panel show looking back at the week's news in the week that Theresa May almost definitely agreed to step down as Prime Minister, Donald Trump declared a State of Emergency over Huawei and Alabama voted to outlaw abortion in almost every circumstance.

The wonderfully salty Miles Jupp is joined by broadcaster Julia Hartley Brewer and comedians Fred Macaulay, Neil Delamere and Geoff Norcott.

Caroline Nicholls reads the news.

Produced by Sarah Sharpe
A BBC Studios Production

Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.

A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Miles Jupp

26072019052720190528 (BBC7)Made for 4 Extra. Miles Jupp returns with an extended version of Friday's programme.

In the week Theresa May resigned, Nigel Farage was covered in milkshake and bastions of Britishness British Steel and Jamie's Italian hit the skids.

Guests this week are Frankie Boyle, Jen Brister, Helen Lewis and Mark Steel.

Susan Rae reads the news.

Produced by Sarah Sharpe
A BBC Studios Production

Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.

Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.

26082019060320190604 (BBC7)Last in the series.

Made for 4 Extra. Miles Jupp returns with an extended version of Friday's programme.

Miles Jupp is joined for his final News Quiz in the big chair by panellists Hugo Rifkind, Lucy Porter, Zoe Lyons & Simon Evans to talk about the Conservative Leadership race, Alistair Campbell being expelled from the Labour Party, WH Smith being the best at being the worst and London's first nudist bar.

David Gower reads the news.

Produced by Sarah Sharpe
A BBC Studios Production

Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.

2608 LAST2019060320190604 (BBC7)A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Miles Jupp

Last in the series.

Made for 4 Extra. Miles Jupp returns with an extended version of Friday's programme.

Miles Jupp is joined for his final News Quiz in the big chair by panellists Hugo Rifkind, Lucy Porter, Zoe Lyons & Simon Evans to talk about the Conservative Leadership race, Alistair Campbell being expelled from the Labour Party, WH Smith being the best at being the worst and London's first nudist bar.

David Gower reads the news.

Produced by Sarah Sharpe
A BBC Studios Production

Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Miles Jupp.

27012019090220190903 (BBC7)Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news. Zoe Lyons is the first guest host in the chair for series 100 of the long-running satirical quiz. She is joined to chew over news stories big and small by Andy Hamilton, Katy Brand, Helen Lewis and Geoff Norcott.

A quiet week to start the series as Parliament is prorogued, the Amazon is on fire and seagulls attack.

Producer: Benjamin Sutton
A BBC Studios Production

A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Zoe Lyons.

A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Miles Jupp.

27022019090920190910 (BBC7)Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news. Angela Barnes is in the chair this week, as we celebrate 100 series of the long-running satirical quiz. She is joined to chew over news stories big and small by Hugo Rifkind, Kerry Godliman, Simon Evans and Jessica Fostekew.

Another quiet week in politics, which saw Boris Johnson lose first vote in Parliament, his majority, and his brother from his cabinet. Elsewhere, the Hong Kong protests rage on, Prince Harry takes a break from flying all over the world to lecture us on climate change, and a miniature horse takes flight.

Producer: Gwyn Rhys Davies
A BBC Studios Production

A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Angela Barnes.

A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Angela Barnes.

27032019091620190917 (BBC7)This week's guest host is Patrick Kielty and he's joined by Francis Wheen, Susan Calman, Felicity Ward and Glenn Moore.

It's last orderrr orderrrrs this week with some other news about an allegedly not fast but furious man, a drug-busting seal and an angry Jeremy Paxman

Producer: Gwyn Rhys Davies
A BBC Studios Production

A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Patrick Kielty.

A satirical review of the week's news.

Producer: Gwyn Rhys Davies
A BBC Studios Production

27042019092320190924 (BBC7)Extended edition of the satirical review of the week's news chaired by Andrew Maxwell.

A satirical review of the week's news

27052019093020191001 (BBC7)Guest host Kiri Pritchard-McLean is joined by Hugo Rifkind, Neil Delamere, Kerry Godliman and Darren Harriott.

Another Supremely busy week also featuring a postcard from the seaside and a rogue walrus.

Writing team: Madeleine Brettingham, Jenny Laville, Katie Storey, Kat Sadler and Esyllt Sears.

Producer: Sarah Sharpe
A BBC Studios Production

Made for 4 Extra. Extended edition of The News Quiz.

A satirical review of the week's news

Producer: Sarah Sharpe
A BBC Studios Production

27062019100720191008 (BBC7)This week, guest host Andy Zaltzman is joined by Angela Barnes, Zoe Lyons, Danny Finkelstein and Lloyd Langford.

A do in Manchester and a deal in Brussels? Plus a genuinely hot topic of a bonus round from Doha.

Writing team: Alice Fraser, Benjamin Partridge and Mike Shephard with additional material by Catherine Brinkworth and Alex Kealy.

Producer: Richard Morris
A BBC Studios Production

An extra bit of News Quiz with guest host Andy Zaltzman.

A satirical review of the week's news

27072019101420191015 (BBC7)Guest host Phil Wang is joined by Andrew Maxwell, Suzi Ruffell, Ayesha Hazarika and Ivo Graham.

A week of politicking, protests, mutiny on the Fjords and a pizza worrying news.

Writing team: Pierre Novellie, Benjamin Partridge, Robin Morgan, Rob Oldham and Kat Sadler.

Producer: Richard Morris
A BBC Studios Production

A satirical review of the week's news with added extra bits, chaired by Phil Wang.

A satirical review of the week's news

27082019102120191022 (BBC7)A satirical review of the week's news (with added extra bits) guest hosted by Nish Kumar.

Nish is joined by Mark Steel, Hugo Rifkind, Sindhu Vee and US stand-up, Sara Barron.

The excitement mounts ahead of Super Saturday, there's podium-based news from across the pond and a famous person says "shhhhh".

Producer: Richard Morris
A BBC Studios Production

2801Iran, Harry And Meghan, Labour Leadership Race And Greggs2020011320200114 (BBC7)Nish is joined by Lucy Porter, Helen Lewis, Alun Cochrane and Mark Steel

A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Nish Kumar

28022020011320200114 (BBC7)A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Miles Jupp
2802Rosie Jones, Hugo Rifkind, Ahir Shah And Rachel Parris2020012020200121 (BBC7)Nish is joined by Rachel Parris, Rosie Jones, Ahir Shah and journalist Hugo Rifkind.

A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Nish Kumar

An extended satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Nish Kumar.

28032020012020200121 (BBC7)A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Miles Jupp
2803Davos, Bezos, Digital Tax, Labour Leadership And Emotional Support Animals2020012720200128 (BBC7)Nish and the team discuss the big stories from the week's news including Davos, Bezos, HS2, the Labour Leadership race, and emotional support animals. Joining him to discuss all these topics are comedians Kerry Godliman, Angela Barnes, Justin Moorhouse and journalist from The Spectator Isabel Hardman.

The Producer is Sam Michell and the News Quiz Extra is a BBC Studios Production.

Nish is joined by Kerry Godliman, Angela Barnes, Justin Moorhouse and Isabel Hardman.

A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Nish Kumar

2804Monday 3rd Feb 20202020020320200204 (BBC7)Nish is joined by Andy Zaltzman, Geoff Norcott, Suzi Ruffell and Professor Anand Menon.

A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Nish Kumar

2805Trump's Dream Week, Petrolheads, The Irish General Election And Dangerous Lost Property2020021020200211 (BBC7)A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Nish Kumar
2806Reshuffles, Regulation And Repetitive Bursts2020021720200218 (BBC7)An extended version of the News Quiz as Nish Kumar and his team of panellists unpick the week's news, including Boris Johnson's increased spending on infrastructure including a potential bridge from Scotland to Ireland, Trump weighing in on the Roger Stone case, the Irish election, Ofcom regulating social media and strange radio messages emanating from space - could there be life out there? Joining Nish to discuss this and other hot topics are comedians Kerry Godliman, Elis James, Fern Brady and Andy Zaltzman.

The producer is Sam Michell. The News Quiz is a BBC Studios production.

Nish is joined by comedians Kerry Godliman, Andy Zaltzman, Fern Brady and Elis James.

A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Nish Kumar

2807Immigration, Inundation, Resignation, Nomination, Separation, Incubation, Inebriaton And Refiguration2020022420200225 (BBC7)Nish Kumar discusses the top stories from the week's news with comedians Desiree Burch, Sindhu Vee, Neil Delamere and journalist for The Times Danny Finkelstein.

In this week's extended edition, the panel talk about the government's new immigration proposals, the floods hitting the UK, Michael Bloomberg entering the Democratic race, the resignation of "weirdo" adviser Andrew Sabisky from his adviser role at No. 10, and the Britons finally flying home from their cruise in Japan after the Coronavirus outbreak.

Also expect chat about the environmental impact of overseas stag-dos, Harry and Meghan's impending royal departure, and how to treat vegans in the workplace.

The producer is Gwyn Rhys Davies and it is a BBC Studios Production

An extended edition of our satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Nish Kumar

A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Nish Kumar

2808Contagion, Chlorination, Labour Leadership Frustration, Mispronunciation, Aviation And Greta2020030220200303 (BBC7)Nish Kumar examines the week's news in an extended version of the Radio 4 show, with comedians Angela Barnes, Andy Zaltzman, Catherine Bohart and Paul Sinha. This week they look at the WHO's advice on Coronavirus, the EU's stance on chlorinated chicken, the Labour leadership race, Trump's visit to India and the Court of Appeal's ruling on the third runway at Heathrow, Greta Thunberg's visit to Bristol and Feral chickens in Jersey (this is, amazingly, a genuine story)

The show is produced by Sam Michell and it is a BBC Studios Production

Nish hosts the final edition of this extended version of the topical comedy show