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Who's on Have I Got News For You tonight? 2020 series back with these guests

Have I Got News For You? line up and start time tonight (October 16) and episodes to watch online

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Have I Got News For You returns to TV tonight with its 30th anniversary series.

Episode 3 (October 16) of the new series of Have I Got News For You will be hosted by Stephen Mangan.

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He guest presents the firth episode of the 60th series with guests comedian Janey Godley and artist Grayson joining regular team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton.

Have I Got News For You, Series 60, returns to BBC One on Friday October 16 at 9PM.

The new series will see a return to the studio, following Series 59’s virtual set up, where the panellists filmed from each of their respective homes throughout lockdown. There will also be a live (socially distant) audience, subject to the latest government guidelines.

See the current list of episodes from HIGNFY Series 60 below...

Have I Got News For You 2020 episodes - Series 60

Please note that information about future episodes are subject to change.

Episode 1 (October 2) Guest host Damian Lewis with comedian Chris McCausland and journalist Katy Balls

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Episode 2 (October 9) Sees host Adil Ray joined by guest panellists comedian Kiri Pritchard-McLean and politician Nicky Morgan.

Episode 3 (October 16) Host Stephen Mangan will be joined by comedian Janey Godley and artist Grayson Perry.

Episode 4 (October 23) Team captains Paul Merton and Ian Hislop are joined by guest host Jennifer Saunders and panellists Matt Forde and Ayesha Hazarika.

Episode 5 (October 30) Guest host Steph McGovern is joined by panellists Miles Jupp and Baroness Warsi.

Detail on further episodes are to be confirmed.

Watch Have I Got News For You online

The new series will run weekly on Friday nights from October 2 across 9 weeks, with the extended repeats, Have I Got A Bit More News For You.

You can stream and watch episodes online for free via the BBC iPlayer.

PICTURE CREDIT: Ray Burmiston

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