Skip to Main Content
Skip to Main Navigation
Skip to Footer
Sign in / Register
TV On Demand
Film on TV
Film On Demand
Would I Lie to You?
E4 of 10
Series 9 - Episode 4
Sat 3 Feb 4:20pm - 5pm
Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Share on Pinterest
Share on Google Plus
Share on Reddit
Email to a friend
You may have been thinking that the episodes so far this series, while very, very good by any standards, haven’t quite hit the delirious heights we know this show can. Well tonight, the stars align. The regulars and their guests turn on the comedy afterburners and let rip.
There are running gags at the expense of Rob Brydon; there are whip-fast Lee Mack ad libs; there are unlikely Rob Brydon impressions (a vibrating phone, David Mitchell on the toilet); and there is Germaine Greer going into some detail about her cannibal fantasies and the order in which she would eat the other guests.
It’s a blast, although at one stage Mitchell goes way off beam with his satirical remarks about RT photoshoots – the one above in particular. He thinks he has a better idea...
Comedian Alan Davies, quiz show guru Richard Osman, writer Germaine Greer and footballer Jermaine Jenas bolster the efforts of team captains David Mitchell and Lee Mack on the panel show in which participants attempt to deceive their opponents with plausible lies. Hosted by Rob Brydon.
Cast & Crew
Full Episode Guide
The secrets of Would I Lie to You?
We find out the truth (and lies) about how the hit BBC1 panel show is made
How well would you do on Would I Lie to You?
The 10 most surprising truths we’ve learnt from the guests on Would I Lie to You?
The 10 most surprising truths on Would I Lie to You
Stephen Fry's last QI marks the end of an era - and perhaps the start of an even better one
Five fascinating film and TV facts #91
David Mitchell drags Radio Times into the fray in Would I Lie To You?
Radio Times Top 40 TV Shows of 2014: 40 to 31
Jack Whitehall crowned King of Comedy for third year in a row
The Would I Lie to You? team put their poker faces to the test
Cilla Black, Andrew Scott and Jenna Coleman in this week's Radio Times magazine
Why does Rob Brydon keep trying too hard?