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People used to joke that if you find yourself in the same place as Adie you should get out immediately. As Chief News Reporter she broadcast from the front line in the Gulf War and riots in Tiananmen Square. After dinner Kate talks about Britain’s home front, when women started going to football matches.

An award-winning comic with a well-spoken but often scathing line in put-downs, stories and observations, Tom discusses wave machines, manners, marriage and “occasional” chairs.

Clare is the First Lady of TV sport. The ex-champion jockey fronts Royal Ascot and hosts the weekly chat show. After dinner Clare shares highs and lows, and takes guests behind the latest back page headlines. She is also adept at live Q&A with sporting heroes.

Martin has progressed from copper to Crimewatch presenter. In between he enjoyed a successful career as a rugby forward, earning 31 international caps. With natural comic timing, the 6’10” colossus compares his own sport to football, and reveals the part he played in the Harry Potter phenomenon.

Rob came to standup from the event industry. One Times critic believes ‘he already has the confidence of a veteran.’ He’s supported Russell Kane on tour, become a regular on panel shows including as a team captain on 8 Out Of 10 Cats, co-hosted from the jungle and appeared on Live At The Apollo.

Labelling himself a ‘first generation geek,’ Jason is fixated with tech and all things web-related. And as David Walliams’ one-time stand-up partner he’s also a very entertaining performer. After looking at past technological breakthroughs, Jason explains why the next ten years could see as much progress as the last millennium. Using his own inventions (a robot and a glove phone), he shows how computers will become so integral that we cease to treat them as objects.

The jocular Scot sold 400,000 tickets for his last tour. His book, We Need To Talk About Kevin Bridges, has also achieved bestseller status. In his live show Kevin muses on sport, career choices and the talents of his fellow Glaswegians. According to The Guardian ‘It’s mainstream comedy with very sharp elbows.’

The Telegraph describe Marcus as ‘a rare stand-up who makes you laugh and think.’ After hanging up his crown as King Arthur in Spamalot he’s back on Radio 4 as the friendly questioner on I’ve Never Seen Star Wars and in Radio 4’s Brig Society.

After a run in Kenneth Branagh’s French farce The Painkiller, a Hollywood blockbuster with Charlize Theron, and, of course, the cruise ads, Rob continues to host more true or false quizzing.

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