Would I Lie to You?

May 2018

Would I Lie To You Series 3, 2

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Rob Brydon hosts the compelling comedy panel show. Regulars David Mitchell and Lee Mack tell cock and bull stories with guests Ken Livingstone, Reginald D Hunter and Stephen Mangan.

September 10, 2016

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Rob Brydon hosts the jocular panel show about truth-bending and lie-telling, with David Mitchell and Lee Mack and guests Jason Manford, Ruth Jones, Jack Dee and Peter Serafinowicz.
April 2018

November 5, 2015

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Star names turn 'true detective' in the mirthful fact-or-fiction panel show. Jo Brand, Roisin Conaty, Paul Foot and Ray Mears join Lee Mack, David Mitchell and Rob Brydon.

Would I Lie To You Series 3, 7

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Rob Brydon hosts the deceptive comedy panel show. Captains David Mitchell and Lee Mack trade porkies with guests Ronni Ancona, Chris Hoy, Gabby Logan and Danny Wallace.

June 12, 2016

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Rob Brydon chairs the deceptive comedy panel game. David Mitchell and Lee Mack bluff and banter with Sarah Millican, Holly Walsh, Julian Clary and the late Ronnie Corbett.

Would I Lie To You Series 3, 3

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Will David Mitchell, Lee Mack and guest panellists discern fact from fiction in the comedy panel show? Here, host Rob Brydon welcomes Marcus Brigstocke, Jamelia and Jimmy Carr.

April 25, 2016

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Rob Brydon hosts the sly panel show as David Mitchell, Lee Mack, Fiona Bruce, Micky Flanagan, Steve Jones and Claudia Winkleman tell implausible truths and believable lies.

August 3, 2016

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Rob Brydon presides over the wittily deceptive comedy panel show. David Mitchell and Lee Mack are joined by Patrick Kielty, Bernard Cribbins, Deborah Meaden and Mark Watson.

Would I Lie To You Series 3, 9

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Rob Brydon hosts a special compilation episode of the comedy panel show, featuring classic and unseen bits. With team captains David Mitchell and Lee Mack and a wealth of guests.

Would I Lie To You Series 3, 8

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Rob Brydon hosts the witty panel show about fanciful facts and plausible porkies. Joining David Mitchell and Lee Mack are Michael Ball, Charlie Brooker and Reece Shearsmith.
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