Jonathan’s guests this time are one of the biggest acts in the country right now - Stormzy a Golden Globe-winning Hollywood star Kate Hudson, and the pioneering Joan Armatrading.
Jonathan Ross returns with guests including England Euro-winning footballer Chloe Kelly, the hilarious Romesh Ranganathan, and multi-BRIT Award-winning singer Lewis Capaldi.
Jonathan is joined by two-time Oscar-winning composer Hans Zimmer, international film, fashion and modelling star Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, and Olympic champion Dame Kelly Holmes.
Jonathan is joined by Tom Daley, Rob Beckett, Benjamin Zephaniah, Georgina Campbell and Dermot Kennedy.
Jonathan is joined by fellow Masked Singer panellist Rita Ora, everyone’s favourite father-and-son footballing duo Harry and Jamie Redknapp, and Hollywood actor Luke Evans.
Jonathan is joined by comedian Michael McIntyre, actor Minnie Driver, Michelin-starred chef Gordon Ramsay, and rapper and BAFTA-winning TV presenter Big Zuu.
Looking back on the year 2015, with host Jimmy Carr and teams consisting of Rob Brydon and Jo Brand, Richard Ayoade and Greg Davies and lastly Claudia Winkleman and David Mitchell. As always, this year features guest questions, staring Quentin Tarantino, Rita Ora, Simon Pegg, and others. Of course, there's a Mystery Guest, an act-out by the children of the Mitchell Brook Primary School and lots and lots of humour. 90 minutes of pure enjoyment whilst looking back over the somewhat terroristy 2015.
What's the hottest chili? What does Ringo Starr not want you to do? How many varieties of Lynx can you name? And how does a dog defuse a bomb? All these questions and more will be answered in the biggest, fattest, Big Fat Quiz ever. Question master Jimmy Carr is joined by Rob Beckett, Richard Ayoade, Rosie Jones, Roisin Conaty, Mawaan Rizwan and Joanne McNally.Watch Now:Amazon
Celebrity guests for 2022 are Stephen Merchant, Katherine Ryan, Richard Ayoade, Maisie Adam, Jonathan Ross and Rose Matafeo. As always, Jimmy will be ably assisted by a panel of top celebrity teams and a series of superstar question setters including Mitchell Brook Primary School and Charles Dance.