News: Would I Lie To You? Moves To Earlier Time And New Day

News: Would I Lie To You Moves To Mondays

You've probably only just got over watching Bob Mortimer talk about feeding racing driver Damon Hill pocket meat on Friday night and now there's a new episode of the show with Would I Lie To You? moving to a new day and a new time – Mondays at 8.30pm.

Sadly Bob Mortimer is not on this edition, but it does feature a pretty enticing line-up alongside regulars Lee Mack, David Mitchell and host Rob Brydon.

Sara Barron is one of the guests making an appearance on the show.The acid-tongued American is now based in London. Barron was nominated for an Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer prize at the Edinburgh Fringe  in 2019 for her no holds barred sexually frank debut show For Worse, about growing up in America and moving to the UK. Barron has lived in London for a number of years now and is married to Radio DJ Geoff Lloyd. She has transatlantic storytelling previous too, having previously hosted New York's hugely popular storytelling night, The Moth.

Ed Gamble is a TV regular, from Mock The Week to Taskmaster. He also hosts the Taskmaster podcast. Gamble was once trapped in a snowbound New York a few years ago with fellow comics John Robins, Lloyd Langford and James Acaster, so if that comes up on this show you can take it from me it is true. Gamble also co-hosts the award-winning podcast Off Menu with James Acaster. They are doing a special live version on this Sunday, February 7. Details here.

Also appearing are Claudia Winkleman who is much funnier than she seems when she is hosting Strictly Come Dancing. And TV reverend and Gogglebox breakout star Kate Bottley. 

Oh, and if you missed Bob Mortimer's Scotch egg tale on Friday night you can watch it here.

Would I Lie To You?, Mondays, 8.30pm, BBC One.

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