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After touring with his orchestra, releasing an album, and filming a series on Italy Xander continues to host over 200 episodes a year of the cult quiz.

Britain’s most celebrated impressionist continues to parody the foibles, cock-ups, excesses and excuses of the Great and Good. After making his acting debut in the West End and working in opera, he is back on I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue. In cabaret Rory offers his own tribute to the famous and infamous of British and international politics.

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.

The former business specialist has transferred to ITV, swapping Premier League for Champions League and heading up the channel’s breakfast programming.

In a previous incarnation the priest of St Mary the Virgin and genial co-host of Radio 4’s Saturday Live scored chart success with Don’t Leave Me This Way. After dinner he admits lurid excess as a Communard, reveals how he got through the interview to train as a vicar, and how they avoid poisoning on Bake Off.

After revealing himself as Top Gear’s Stig, Ben has switched to Fifth Gear. The man beneath the helmet recalls the stars that let their mask slip in the reasonably priced car. And as world record holder for driving a car on two wheels, he also tells of life as a stuntman on the Bond films.

Fresh from touring with Barry Cryer: Still Alive, the star of I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue pops up on Relatively Famous and What Are You Like? Having written for everybody from Bob Hope to Les Dawson, Barry regales dinner guests with tall tales and pens an ode for each occasion.

With a remarkable, instant recall of 350 voices from politics, showbiz and sport, the star of Dead Ringers and The Impressions Show can respond on the spot to virtually any audience request from Brian Cox to Barack Obama.

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.

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