This is Stephen Fry’s last stint in the hosts chair – taking over from the late, great and true legend – Humphrey Lyttelton. Over the next four weeks Jack Dee and Rob Brydon will do a stint of two weeks a piece.
But this is my pick not because it is the greatest edition of the antidote to panel shows of all time – but because Stephen Fry did an admirable job filling behind such large shoes.
Here it is:
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Here is the BBC description: “The perennial antidote to panel games comes from Her Majesty’s Theatre, Haymarket in London, with Stephen Fry the first to take on the chairman’s role from the late Humphrey Lyttelton.
NOTE: Frontpage photo: Stephen Fry “Meet The Author” Session @ Regents Street Apple Store, London by DG Jones
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