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The former Unilever brand manager re-writes the week’s headlines on the long-running Radio 4 favourite The Now Show, and on Mock the Week.

Mariella’s credits stretch from Sky’s Book Show to C4’s Sex Box to Panorama. She has interviewed luminaries of stage, book and screen from Oliver Stone to Kermit the Frog.

The producer behind Spitting Image, QI, Blackadder and The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy steps out of the shadows for Radio 4’s Museum Of Curiosities. After dinner the ‘Professor of Ignorance’ draws from his Meaning Of Liff, and explains why complaints to the BBC can sometimes be a good thing.

Joanna has starred in hit TV series and movies from Ab Fab to The Wolf Of Wall Street. She’s lived alone on an island, campaigned for the Gurkhas and searched for the Ark as well as reviving Patsy for the big screen. Joanna confesses to numerous retakes in a kissing scene with Mr DiCaprio.

One of the nation's most popular presenters, Sue has moved from writing French & Saunders sketches to conducting orchestras, getting the nation baking and exploring the Mekong river.

With partners ranging from Ann Widdecombe to Jerry Hall, Anton is one of the Strictly favourites, appearing on every series before taking up his role as a judge on the show. He’s also hosted Hole In The Wall, appeared on Victoria Wood’s Midlife Christmas, and is a regular on Steph's Packed Lunch.

Armando made his mark as the co-creator, writer and producer of Alan Partridge and the seminal On The Hour and The Day Today. He went on to win plaudits for The Thick Of It, introducing the gloriously odious Malcolm Tucker to the world. After shining a sharp satirical light on Westminster, and taking both Partridge and Tucker (separately) to the big screen, he created the Emmy-winning hit HBO series, Veep. He also co-wrote and directed a boisterous comic take on Russian history with The Death of Stalin, and an unconventional Dickens adapatation, The Personal History of David Copperfield.

Actor, writer, and more recently singer, Xander is also one of the country’s most popular hosts; fronting Pointless and regularly taking on the Have I Got News... presenter role. He’s also one half of Armstrong & Miller, has explored Italy for BBC One, portrayed David Cameron, and recorded Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf.

Simon’s credits extend from his one- man The Mystery Of Charles Dickens to Four Weddings And A Funeral, and now Chin-Chin with Felicity Kendall.

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