The final show in the series of live comedy and current affairs hosted by David Mitchell, Jimmy Carr, Charlie Brooker and Lauren Laverne. Guests include Liberal Democrat MP Sarah Teather, Tony Blair's former Chief of Staff, Jonathan Powell, and Peep Show and The Thick of It writer Jesse Armstrong.
This week, Freakonomics co-author Stephen J Dubner will be interviewed by Jimmy and Lauren. David Mitchell will be hosting a debate on protests: Protesting - what's the best way of effecting change? Joining David will be Save England's forests campaign founder Tamsin Omond, journalist and Jilted Generation co-author Ed Howker, and student and Telegraph columnist Milo Yiannopoulos. Labour activist (and Speaker's wife) Sally Bercow will also be on the show, along with Conservative politician Steven Norris.
General Secretary of the Rail Maritime and Transport Workers union, Bob Crow will be interviewed by David. David also hosts a debate on arms, asking whether it's OK to sell arms to dictators. Joining him are War on Want's Yasmin Kahn; the Daily Telegraph's Alex Singleton, and the Conservative Party's Dominic Raab MP.
The comedy panel show's cracking Christmas special, hosted by Jimmy Carr. Team captains Sean Lock and Jon Richardson are joined by Jedward, Micky Flanagan, Liza Tarbuck and Greg Davies.
Guests Reginald D Hunter, Rachel Riley, Josh Widdicombe and Gemma Collins join Jimmy Carr and team captains Sean Lock and Jon Richardson to play the topical comedy panel show that delves into the world of polls, surveys and statistics in its own unique way.
Jimmy Carr presides over team captains Sean Lock and Jon Richardson as they thrash out the hot stories of the week, from the silly to the serious. In the first show guests include British boxing sensation Amir Khan, IT Crowd's Richard Ayoade and comics Holly Walsh and Josh Widdicombe.Watch Now:Amazon
Richard Hammond presents the game show where 20 contestants take on one of television's largest and most extreme obstacle courses. Crashes, smashes and hilarious mud splashes are on the cards as the competitors journey across the globe to the purpose-built course in Argentina and put their strength, balance and bravery to the test in the hope of winning 10,000 pounds and being crowned champion. Assisting Richard from the sidelines, as the contestants take on challenges like the Big Balls, the Sweeper and the awesome Wipeout Zone, is Amanda Byram.Watch Now:Amazon
Jimmy Carr hosts as Sean Lock and Jason Manford take on Jon Richardson and Roisin Conaty, while Sam Simmons joins Susie Dent in Dictionary Corner, with Rachel Riley
Team captains Sean Lock and Jon Richardson thrash out the hot stories of the week, from the silly to the serious, joined in this show by Olly Murs, former member of the Pussycat Dolls Kimberly Wyatt, and comedians Matthew Crosby and Russell Peters.
The first part of a two-part compilation of the best bits from the current series. Host Jimmy Carr and team captains Sean Lock and Jon Richardson play the topical comedy panel show that delves into the world of polls, surveys and statistics in its own unique way. Jimmy oversees the disputes and deliberations on the current events that set the nation's chins wagging with celebrity guests.Watch Now:Amazon
Jimmy Carr hosts as Sean Lock and Kevin Bridges take on guest captain Joe Wilkinson and Victoria Coren Mitchell. Plus special guest Adam Kay joins Susie Dent in Dictionary Corner, while maths whizz Rachel Riley looks after the numbers.Watch Now:Amazon
Jimmy Carr hosts a special Diamond Jubilee show with team captains Sean Lock and Jon Richardson and guests Sarah Millican, Miles Jupp, Chris Kamara and Jennie Bond.
Jimmy Carr, Sean Lock and Rob Beckett vs Jon Richardson and Cariad Lloyd, plus Jamie Laing. This episode was filmed before the death of David Bowie.
Host Jimmy Carr oversees all the disputes and deliberations as Jack Dee, Stacey Solomon, David O'Doherty and Alex James join team captains Sean Lock and Jon Richardson to thrash out the hot stories of the week.
The final show in the current series of 8 Out of 10 Cats brings debate, dispute and deliberation over the hot topics that are getting the almighty British public's chins wagging. As ever, presenter and stand up comic Jimmy Carr is in the host's chair and is joined by witty team captains Sean Lock and Jason Manford who are supported by celebrity guests: Carol Vorderman, Myleene Klass, Russell Kane and Rufus Hound.
Jimmy Carr hosts while Sean Lock and Isy Suttie take on Jon Richardson and Richard Osman. Alex Horne and the Horne Section are in Dictionary Corner with Susie Dent and Rachel Riley.
Jimmy Carr hosts with Sean Lock and Miles Jupp, who take on Jon Richardson and Sara Pascoe. Sam Simmons is in Dictionary Corner with Susie Dent and Rachel Riley.
Jimmy Carr hosts a Christmas edition of Channel 4's hit comedy panel show. Featuring special guests Jack Dee, Lorraine Kelly, Josie Long and Britain's favourite pantomime Dame, Christopher Biggins, the teams are led by captains Sean Lock and Jason Manford. Together they dispute and deliberate all things festive - from the best things about Christmas Day to the worst person to spend Christmas with. A mixture of surveys, statistics and opinion polls reveal what the nation thinks but do our celebrities agree?
Jimmy Carr hosts as Sean Lock and Phil Wang take on guest captain Alan Carr and Harriet Kemsley. Plus special guests David O'Doherty and Joe Wilkinson.
Jimmy Carr hosts as Sean Lock and Richard Ayoade take on Jon Richardson and Jessica Knappett. Plus special guests Alex Horne and the Horne Section.
Guests Jason Biggs, Nicola Adams, Nick Helm and Rob Beckett join host Jimmy Carr and team captains Sean Lock and Jon Richardson as they discuss the topical events that set the great British public's chins wagging.
Micky Flanagan, Stephen Mangan, Natalie Cassidy and Humphrey Ker join host Jimmy Carr and team captains Sean Lock and Jon Richardson as they discuss the topical events that set the great British public's chins wagging.
This week, Jon Richardson is joined by Holly Walsh and rapper Example, whilst Sean Lock has actor John Hannah and Canadian comic Bobby Mair on his team.
In episode 3, David hosts a debate looking at the privatisation of Britain's assets: Selling off Britain - why shouldn't we liquidate our assets? Joining David for the debate are Order-Order's Harry Cole, former BT Chairman Sir Christopher Bland and Hannah Lownsbrough, Campaigns Director of organisation 38 Degrees. Jimmy interviews solar researcher Dr Lucie Green, who has something rather worrying to share. David interviews Caroline Lucas MP - Leader of the Green Party.
In episode 2 David Mitchell interviews Tony Blair's former Director of Communications and Strategy, Alastair Campbell, Jimmy interviews Tim Harford and David hosts a debate (should freedom be curtailed to prevent terrorism?). Joining David for the debate are The Guardian's Legal Affairs correspondent Afua Hirsch, Professor Anthony Glees (University of Buckinghamshire) and Rizwaan Sabir (PHD student - Strathclyde University)
In episode 1 David hosts a debate on banks (Banks and the Bankers - have they made amends?) Joining him for the debate are former Investment Banker Richard Sharp, the High Pay Commission's Zoe Gannon and Conservative MP Kwasi Kwarteng. Find out more about all of our episode 1 guests below. Jimmy's Expert of the Week is Environmentalist Bjorn Lomborg and David interviews Minister for Universities and Science David Willetts MP.
In episode 4, David interviews deputy leader of the Liberal Democrats, Simon Hughes MP, and hosts a debate on the Big Society. Joining him in the Big Society debate are Conservative politician Shaun Bailey, Big Society architect Phillip Blond and journalist Johann Hari.