Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis slog through their census forms; Jon Holmes gets his pips in a twist; Mitch Benn ponders trial by tabloid; guest stand-up Henning Wehn struggles to be modest and impressionist Jan Ravens brings Anne Robinson, Janet Street-Porter and Sarah Palin along to the party.
Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis look at how we've reacted to the terrible news from Japan; Holly Walsh turns the background music up to 11; Welshman Lloyd Langford looks at what it means to be "English"; and Mitch Benn has been rifling through a Royal record collection an' ting. Additional voices by Laur
Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis take a look between the lines of the coalition cuts story; Jon Holmes shrugs at the ipad and finds a way to enliven British theatre; Mitch Benn downloads a Cloud Girlfriend and guest stand-up Paul Sinha doesn't spout 'extreme anti-white vitriol' towards the countryside.
Immigration, Islamophobia, and Intrepid Ducks. Sandi Toksvig hosts in the week that Cameron and Cable were ununified, France was unveiled, and 12 ducklings were unbelievably well looked after. Jack Dee, Fred Macaulay, Susan Calman and Jeremy Hardy make up the illustrious panel.
Bans, Birthdays and Banks. Sandi Toksvig hosts in the week that injunctions didn't look very super, the Coalition's birthday didn't look very happy, and insurance looked rather unsure. Mark Steel, Sarah Millican, Miles Jupp and Jeremy Hardy make up our illustrious panel.
Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis host the last episode in the series as they examine the pros and cons of AV and who's really listening to the NHS. Guest stand-up Alun Cochrane ponders parental patronage and Oliver Letwin's aversion to flying Northeners; Jon Holmes exposes himself to the latest innovation
Weddings, Wikileaks and Website overload. Sandi Toksvig hosts in the week that a couple got married, a couple of questionable reasons were unveiled, and there were more than a couple of last minute applications. Fred Macaulay, Russell Kane, Hugo Rifkind and Jeremy Hardy make up our illustrious panel
Cyber War, Celebrity Endorsement, and Sepp Blatter. Sandi Toksvig hosts in the week that battles went digital, drugs got a high profile, and football leadership was a one-man competition. Rory Bremner, Mark Steel, Fred Macaulay, and Jeremy Hardy make up our illustrious panel.
Snooping, Superinjunctions, and Sleeping on the Job: iPhone's tracking abilities, celebrity gagging orders and an air traffic controller who watched movies on the job get the News Quiz treatment, in a satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Sandi Toksvig. Guests this week are Susan Calman, M
Michelle and Barack, Magnus Magnusson and Marmite. Sandi Toksvig hosts in the week that the Obamas missed an ash cloud, and Sandi and a yeast spread became a diplomatic incident. Andrew Maxwell, Jeremy Hardy, Paul Sinha and Susan Calman make up our illustrious panel.