QI is a BBC panel show that both educates and entertains. QI Masters Stephen Fry [Seasons 1-13] and Sandi Toksvig [Season 14+] ask questions that are very difficult and award points for answers that are either Quite Interesting or correct. However, points are deducted for answers commonly thought to be correct but are in fact quite wrong. Four Bantermeisters, including permanent panelist Alan Davies, try their best to separate the fact from the fiction.
In this Quite Interesting Christmas Special, Alan Davies, Bill Bailey, Jo Brand and Sean Lock join Stephen Fry to be quizzed about the empire in this Christmas Special.Watch Now:Amazon
Stephen Fry lumps together a whole lot of L-themed larks, from lava lamps to love handles. With David Mitchell, Ronni Ancona, Jimmy Carr and Alan Davies.Watch Now:Amazon
Stephen Fry looks at Knees, Knockers and other things starting with 'K'. With Sara Pascoe, Jack Whitehall, David Mitchell, and Alan Davies.Watch Now:Amazon
Stephen Fry takes a lazy look at idleness with Ross Noble, Dara O Briain, Jeremy Clarkson, and Alan Davies.
Stephen Fry glances gleefully at gardens and other subjects starting with the letter G. With panellists David Mitchell, Rob Brydon, Dara O'Briain and Alan Davies.Watch Now:Amazon
Stephen Fry, Alan Davies and Guests explore their gothic side, with special appearance by the dutch QI host, Arthur Japin.Watch Now:Amazon
Sean Lock, Jimmy Carr, Marcus Brigstocke and Alan Davies are quizzed on fakes and frauds.Watch Now:Amazon
Alan Davies, Jimmy Carr, Doon Mackichan and Dara Ó Briain this week talk about endings in this Quite Interesting quiz with Stephen Fry.Watch Now:Amazon
Quiz show. A compilation of some of the best bits from the series, with Stephen Fry and Alan Davies.Watch Now:Amazon
Stephen Fry gets into the Christmas spirit with Jo Brand, Brendan O'Carroll, Phill Jupitus and Alan Davies.Watch Now:Amazon
Comedy quiz show where the guests get more points for being interesting. Stephen Fry glances gingerly at genius in this show, with Graham Norton, David Mitchell, Dara Ó Briain and Alan Davies.Watch Now:Amazon
Stephen Fry and Alan Davies are joined by Bill Bailey, Rob Brydon and Rich Hall to discuss some Quite Interesting topics beginning with the letter C.Watch Now:Amazon
Alan Davies, Bill Bailey, Jo Brand and Jeremy Clarkson join Stephen Fry in this Children in Need special, mostly concerning the topic of entertainment.Watch Now:Amazon
In the first episode of the 'O' series, Sandi Toksvig sets out in search of 'Ologies' and 'Odoxies' - and finds out how an amusement arcade helped to win the Cold War, meets a lizard with three eyes, and much else besides. The guests are Bill Bailey, Phill Jupitus and Claudia Winkleman.Watch Now:Amazon
Stephen Fry asks unanswerable questions about body parts beginning with the letter H.
Stephen Fry waxes inventive with Nina Conti, Sean Lock, Bill Bailey and Alan Davies.
Stephen Fry chairs a festive version of the almost impossible quiz with guests Alan Davies, Mark Steel, Phill Jupitus and Rich Hall.Watch Now:Amazon
Stephen Fry, Alan Davies, Rob Brydon, Jimmy Carr and Bill Bailey discuss quite interesting topics beginning with 'E' - this episode's theme is 'Engineering'.Watch Now:Amazon
Stephen Fry seeks out the truth about liars and lying with Sara Pascoe, Jack Whitehall, Adam Hills and Alan Davies.Watch Now:Amazon
Stephen Fry investigates the Immortal Bard with Sue Perkins, Bill Bailey, David Mitchell, and Alan Davies in a special show for the Cultural Olympiad.