September 1st, 2011

The Glasgow Kiss

There are plenty of candidates willing to step into his half-moon glasses and whacky ties. Pop your suggestions below and Guido will do a round up at some point…


  1. 1
    MrAngry61 says:


    Fuck off, Dimblebore.

    • 20
      I'm number vi says:

      Mr. Dingleberry please..

      • 28
        BBC Controller says:

        Tory shills need not apply

        • 55
          BBC leak says:

          You’ll have to beat Sally Bercow to it !!

          • Fiscal Gerrymandering says:

            Andrew Rawnsley

          • Gorbal's Mick says:

            Should be a Glasgow Smile – the resulting scar might suit his ego.

          • David Cameron says:

            I will never forget Jack Straw’s face on QT when Nick Griffin mentioned that his dad was an officer during the war and that Straw’s dad was an CO….a Conscientous Objector!


          • non believer says:

            I’ll never forget the look on Nick Griffins face when Colonel Gadaffi didn’t give him any cash after he’d flown all the way to Libya to beg the muzzie findies there for donations.

            Still, at least Gadaffi paid for Nick’s airfare with what ever money he had left over from funding irish terrorists, so he wasn’t too out of pocket.

          • He is only an instrument of the State any way so let him go, Greg Dyke the only man who used to work for the BBC and Got forced out for telling the Truth should host the Show, At least he might let some in the audience speak the Truth. Dingleberry will close any one down that questions the 911 Bull sh-t that the Gov want us to believe.

          • gleeesgeeee says:

            But the program is weekly and comes from differnt venue each week.

            So the base has little to do with where the program is filmed… ?

            Seems many commentators dont watch the programe ?

          • Osama the Nazarene says:

            So Guido is seeking to send the great and the good from the commentariat to the hell hole that is Glasgow?

      • 252

        Billy Connelly would put some much needed sparkle into the show!

      • 291
        IED Dector man says:

        You calling him a clip?

        • 388

          Straw also thinks that Che Guevera, the psychopathic mass murderer Castro had the sense to have assassinated, was a “hero of the people.” One really should question his sanity and his credentials to sit in parliament.

          • Itchy camel says:

            Do these geriatric leftist fuckers ever look in the mirror and think: “You know, espousing such views when I was 17 was cute. Now I sound like a complete dick, spitting on the graves of a million victims of ‘socialism’”

    • 27
      RusbridgerFan says:

      Don’t count you chickens yet. Dimby’s vain and he’ll never give it up. Just playing hard to get I reckon.

      • 44
        MrAngry61 says:

        What’s THE POINT of QT? It’s a throwback to the days of radio. RT has something not dissimilar called ‘Crosstalk’, where talking heads appear via video link. No expensive outside broadcasts required.

        Let Dimblebore’s replacement (Polly Twaddle, probably :-( ) stay in London, the guests can pop into their local regional BBC station, and the audience can be a panel (untelevised) in a hotel conference room anywhere in the UK.

      • 160
        Joss Ayinglike says:

        “The cemeteries of the world are full of indispensable men.” Charles de Gaulle

        • 175
          I Hate Tesco AND the Pope says:

          Apart from the minor damage to the BEEB, does anyone really give a shit if he fucks off and is never heard from again? Seriously – what has this overpaid poseur, whose career is built on nepotism, ever done that’s worth a hill of beans?

          • Richard Dimbleby says:

            I agree.

            I always knew he’d turn out to be a feckless fuckwit!


          • misterned says:

            I enjoyed the BBC coverage the day after the UK council elections and the AV referendum, where he was ‘pwned’ for refusing to acknowledge that there is a big difference between the BBC’s forecast of the tories losing between 800 – 1200 seats and the actual result of the tories INCREASING their seats and that this was, in fact, a good night for the tories, whereas labour fell well short of what they needed to to in in England, were routed in Scotland and reduced to a small Welsh rump!

          • Antonia Fraser says:

            But but but who will pat Hattiet ~Harman’s arm gently when those horrid horrid working class oiks, who have not attended good schools, give her a hard time?

      • 269
        Gordon Brown I saved the world. says:

        Dimby will soon be joining me in the Lords .

      • 469
        Heretic says:

        Bollocks,the Dumblebees have garnered plenty of stuff.
        (not Dad who was GREAT)

    • 56
      Dick the Prick says:

      +84 (or the percentage of Labour shills in the standard QT audience). Dingleberry can fuck off – ex Bullingdon, only got a gig because of his daddy, useless creep and fit for fuck all.

    • 69
      The Grim Reaper says:

      THE GUARDIAN sometime in the near future


      Candidate required host Question Time. Salary: funded by the telly tax, so no worries there.

      Ideal candidate: Must be a member of the Labour Party and show overt bias against all other political parties, apart from the Green Party & Socialist Workers Party. Must interview the Left and interrogate the Right. Or interrupt them as often as possible. Must accept audience packed with unrepresentative numbers of left wing students, ethnic groups and members of the Gay-Lesbian Transgender Alliance Rainbow Collective. Must have second or third homes and hail from North West London. Must be excited by violent revolution, militants (not terrorists, heaven forfend), must be black, gay, a woman and be disabled, read only the Guardian & Socialist Worker and hate Israel, America (apart from Obama voters) and enterprise, hard work, initiative and tax payers. Must sit on panel of six guests – five of them Left Wing and the sixth a hated Toff. Must goad the Toff and make Americans cry when they experience a tragic event like 9-11. Wearing a burka is optional.

      Salary: the sky is the limit and expenses are fabulous. Vote Labour!!

    • 87
      Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

      Brillo – has to be. If not then Jeff Randall.

    • 103
      Mrs Morgan says:

      Peirs Morgan anyone?

    • 214
      Sir William Waad says:

      This could be the end of a long era of Dimblebores on BBC, stretching back to the first appearance of Richard Dimbleby’s fat face in 1937 or whenever it was. I remember the horror at Waad Towers when the TV set warmed up and the image of the first Dimbleby formed itself out of the electronic snow, droning “But will Mr Chamberlain’s plans for re-armament make armed conflict more, rather than less, likely?” “Change the channel!” cried the infant Waad, but Smethurst replied “I regret, Master William, that there will be no other channel until 1955.”

      Ever since then, BBC current affairs programmes have been infested with Dimblebores, with their dull suits, dull voices and dull opinions. I think I will order an ox to be roasted in celebration if this really is the end of them on telly.

    • 230
      Jethro Q. Walrus-Titty says:

      Lets have Andrew Neil then-he comes from the place-its never been any good since Robin Day left anyway.

    • 254
      Simon says:


    • 272
      East Midlander says:

      The best person for the job would be Iain Dale

    • 352
      genghiz the kahn says:

      Anyone with a sense of mischief wanting to skewer Polly today?

      Looks like shooting fish in a barrel.

      • 386
        Arthur Bent says:

        I vote for Brillo. Going back to Glasgow will be a return home for him so he might not mind too much. Or he might mind a lot !

    • 464
      Mungo Jerry fan says:

      My nomination is for Basil Brush. Second choice would be Sooty.

    • 485
      Willsteed says:

      Question 1)
      - Given you are the chairman, why do you feel the need to repeatedly interrupt participants when they are trying to speak, in order to put forth your own opinion?
      Question 2)
      You were in the Bullingdon Club weren’t you?

  2. 2
    John says:

    Martha Kearney, Evan Davies or Alex Crawford!

  3. 3
    bergen says:

    Someone intelligent and unbiased-I’m sure that the BBC think Pollly would be the ideal candidate.

  4. 4
    Harriet Harman says:

    It should be a woman. Infact, a Glasgow Woman. How about Lorraine Kelly?

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    Another Engineer says:

    I’m sure Andrew Neil wouldn’t mind a trip home now and then. Though its a bit far from Annabels…

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    The Cabinet Secretary says:

    This job is a shoo – in for Gorbals Mick.

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      Anonymous says:

      Trouble there is that no one understands what he is saying outside Glasgow, even more for south east Englanders, panelists would not stand a chance.

    • 114
      Aaron D Highside says:

      Have some respect. You mean Lord Mick of Gorbals

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    Joker says:

    Why not some equally fair in debates like Polly Toynbee.

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    I hear Gordon Brown is looking for a job.

    • 24
      nell says:

      He’s not just looking – he’s desperately chasing any high profile job – anything, anything at all will do as long as it’s high profile and paying loadsamoney so that it proves he worth something,

  9. 9

    Zippy from Rainbow….

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    I would watch it again if Brillio was in the chair.

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    Tim says:

    Sally Bercow

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      Alex says:

      Oh yes – any opportunity for her to further make a complete pratt of herself sounds like a great idea to me. Sometimes it’s best to give nutters like her the oxygen of publicity, working on the idea that if you give her enough rope, she’ll hang herself

      • 145
        Anonymous says:

        No that rules her out, the panelists are the ones that want to self-publise and wanna bes, the chair person is supposed to act to keep some sort of decorum and order to the debates

  12. 13
    David Dimbleberry says:

    I am God’s gift to journalism

    Like my father, brother and anyone with the name Dimbelberry

    How dare they even think of moving me to Glasgow

    I am en English Toff and I cannot stand those common Jocks (like most of your readers)

  13. 14
    Spacker Brown says:

    Eddie Mair, FTW.

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    I'm number vi says:

    Good riddance but knowing the BASTARD BBC, they’ll get somebody neutral like Polly Toynbee instead.

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    How about someone to the right , My H@rry C0le ?

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    Terrible But True says:

    However it is, make sure the strings are in the same order so Harriet Harman doesn’t have to learn any new Ratatouille commands when non-axis guests who slip through need shutting down.

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    Throg_lodge says:

    A putrefying giant stack of horse shit.

    Would need two jags to get there though.

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    Tony "Moral Collapse" Blair says:

    Serves him right

    I would not be seen in Jockland dead

    It is only the best reports and 5 star hotels for me and Slotgob now

    The working class like Dimblebore can….

    (you know the rest)

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    Roundell says:


  20. 25
    Steve Miliband says:

    Kirsty Wark would be an ideal shrill Labourite to keep the standards up

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    Ian E says:

    The perfect candidate is, of course, David Starkey!!!

  22. 29
    Sophie says:

    Have they moved it to Glasgow so the bus journey for the audience of trade union members, public sector workers & socialists is shortened?

    • 66
      MrAngry61 says:

      No, they don’t wish to endanger the audience’s socialist resolve by allowing them to glimpse evil Tory neighbourhoods from the train.

    • 79
      Thompson of the Bring Back Communism says:

      Right on – we must keep utter control over our core northern and Scots supporters and the BBC is definately our best weapon against democracy and the private sector.
      Lenin and Stalin taught us a lot – they also moved their power base to Moscow to protect it.

      • 383
        jgm2 says:

        Didn’t work when Labour tried it though did it?

        Haha! They thought. We’ll set up a pretendy parly there and use the massive block grant that guarantees over 1,000 quid per head extra and bribe the locals with English money and they’ll vote Labour forever.

        It took only eight years before Labour were out on their arse. Replaced by somebody who promised them even more free stuff.

        If they think the BBC will be Labour uber alles by relocating to Glasgow I suggest that the S&P will shortly disabuse them of that notion.

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    Costcuter1 says:

    Guido this is the job for YOU.

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Damian McBride?

    Derek Draper?

    Ed miliband?

    Medhi Hussain?

    • 89
      The BBC's idea of fair and balanced says:

      Johann Hari?

    • 92
      The BBC's idea of fair and balanced says:

      What about that stupid bint who’s almost a self-parody? Red Penny or whatever her name is?

      • 216
        Phil says:

        If you’ve watched any recent episodes of question time you wlll find that penny dreadfull is, if anything, to the right of the Dimbleby who over the years has gone so far hard core left in his leanings that the english language requires a new word to describe his bias.

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    Taylor says:

    How about Fatty Simpson? Or Fatty Mardell? Both would surely enjoy the local diet.

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    Juggler says:

    Predictable, nobody wants to move to disgusting places like Salford and Glasgow. Even a day trip is bad enough.

    Jon Gaunt or Richard Littlejohn would be good picks. Won’t happen as they’re not leftist or “minority”.

    • 123
      Glasgow: an excellent cesspit for Beeb employees. says:

      I bet the BBC have moved the team to Glasgow for the same reason Guardianistas eat cuscus; it’s disgusting and they hate it, but they’ve got to be seen to do it because it’s “effnic, eco-ist, PC and so very ‘right-on’”.

    • 484
      flip nit says:

      Don’t be confused, it is not Salford that they are headed to, it is Salford Quays…VERY different, and if you think the beeboids are going to be living there, you are again, very much mistaken, with Alderley Edge, Mobberly and Knutsford but a short prius journey away.

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    nell says:

    Ideal candidate for this biased bbc programme will be someone like kinnochio or even davemilitwit who it is rumoured is also, like gordon, looking for a high profile, highlypaid by the taxpayer, job.

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    Gonk says:

    Don Logan

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    Sir Sean Connery says:

    I’ve retired but I’ll give Billy Connolly a call.

    • 84
      Billy Braggart says:

      What about yourself?
      Have to be surruptitious with travel due to your tax problems though. But I am sure the SNP will be cooperative.

  30. 38
    Anonymous says:

    Stephen Nolan or Jeremy Kyle – lets make it interesting!!

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    JOCK says:


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    Steve P says:

    It does seem a VERY odd place to base a programme mainly devoted to UK/English politics. 90% of their locations must be 200+ miles away from Glasgow.

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    Up sh1t creek says:

    What is Dimbleby’s problem, he supports Labour, “Question Time” is mostly pro Labour based on the audience and questions asked, and so basing the show in Labour heartlands should be no problem.

    • 95
      Jay mason says:

      It’s SNP. heartlands now surely, even the jocks are sick of Labour

    • 96
      Tacitus says:

      Yes but the bussing of lefties costs would be much lower. He need not even bother with any pro-government or right wing crowds. Problem will be in getting right wing panel members as it is obviously held in enemy territory. Would be a SNP v Labour scrap which could be very interesting for the English.

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    purpleline says:

    Kelvin Mackenzie

  35. 47
    PM says:

    Eddie Mare

  36. 48
    Anonymous says:

    Cant fault his taste in ties, exclusively Gresham Blake. Same as Mr Guru Murthy…

  37. 49
    Fassbinder says:

    Floella Benjamin.

  38. 53
    Pilko says:

    Sally Bercow?

  39. 54
    genghiz the kahn says:

    If ah change ma name by deedpoll to Genghiz McKahn, can ah have tha job?

  40. 58
    Tony "Moral Collapse" Blair's Cronies says:

    O/T But please do not forget us profteers from the Gadaffi regime

    We are still “promoting tourism”

    A bit hairy at the moment but we have the best emplacements reserved for the future

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    The Cabinet Secretary says:

    The favourite in the Commons’ tea room is Dara O’Briain

    • 62
      Sally Cicciolina Past her sell by date says:

      Who is she pray ?

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        oddly helpful says:

        Intelligent, good moderator but disqualifies himself by having a sense of humour and being unmistakably brighter than most of the guests.

        • 387
          jgm2 says:

          There’s a wasp in the conservatory this minute who is unmistakably brighter than most of the guests. And will remain so when I kill it shortly.

  42. 60
    niella says:

    what the hell is going on?

    • 422
      Know all says:

      Just a lot of whingers who should get out more trying to make funny quips. Funny quips – I’ve heard funnier…………..

  43. 61
    Steve Miliband says:

    Surely the ‘production unit’ is relocating to Glasgow but the programme will be screened at a different venue every week?

    What’s the fucking big deal Dimbleby?

    • 70
      Dimblebore says:

      I want to add a zero to my “fees” you see

      To catch up with the banksters and Blairites (rich sods)

    • 107
      The Observer says:

      Its all about money and power. At 72 he sees the grim reaper coming. Not often I support the reaper.

      • 141
        Anon says:

        Is that why they film it in a different location every week? Dimblebore stays on the move, never sleeping in the same bed twice?

      • 453
        John Bellingham says:

        I recall reading that when Dimblebum hit age 65 he was asked to retire as a BBC employee. Apparently he broke down and blubbed and offered to work for half fees if he was kept on as a freelancer. Perhaps he could swop jobs with a much youger man , Paxo (aged 60 and a half) could take QT, Dumbledown could do Univerity Challenge and Frankie Boyle could take Newsnight.

  44. 63
    Shall I put the Kettle on says:

    Ken Dodd & the Diddy men. The show is really lacking a sprinkle of Zippedy doo dah

    • 463
      Anon. says:

      I’m sorry but the diddymen are fully employed at the jam buttee mines and doing overtime at the broken biscuit factory. They do not wish to give up their full-time jobs for this over-hyped gig. And Ken says he isn’t required – our politicians are already a running joke.

  45. 64

    Yes I realise that people on here have short memories and only one hand available for the keyboard, but QT used to be done by Robin Day, who was feared and revered. His modern day equivalent is obvious; Mr Jeremy Paxman. Not that he wants the job or would get it in the present BBC ethos of safety and bias.

  46. 75
    Frankie Boyle says:

    This is a job for Frankie Boyle – I was born for this.

  47. 77
    Jack says:

    If you keep the ad from Arianna Huffy Puffy Spotty and past sell by date Huntingdon on this blog Guido

    The most overrated and unqualified journalist in the world

    I will smash my screen and send you the bill…

  48. 78
    Just round the corner ! says:

    Joey Barton – sorted !!

  49. 82

    Ed Balls, on the provision that he gets no other screen time, ever, and his broadcasts coincide with nationwide power cuts.

  50. 83

    Viewers choice – Andrew Neil
    BBC Producer’s choice – Laurie Penny
    BBC Editor’s choice – Mehdi Hasan
    BBC Pollster and ‘key demographic in a time slot’ Researcher’s choice – Graham Norton

    • 122
      The Observer says:

      They could be building Polly up for it with her new radio 4 programme to get her in the public ear.
      Eddie Mair is better as is almost anyone other than Dumbleby.
      Personally I would like the programme killed.

    • 454
      V says:


  51. 87
    Titford Hat says:

    Anyone would do provided that they
    a) were unbiased
    b) didn’t interrupt the panellists nine million times in every programme

    Dimblebore fails massively on both counts.

  52. 91
    Clear Memories says:

    The left have had it long enough. How about Nick Griffin?

  53. 94
    Paxmanium says:

    Surely it’s got to be a Scot – to understand the local accent – so I’ll plump for ‘thingy’ the lass who does the weather forecast on BBC1 TV in the mornings

    • 191
      Bill d'Sarse says:

      Then it has to be Gregor Fisher in the character of Rab C Nesbitt.

      • 239
        The BBC is biased says:

        We would like to announce that the new presenter of Question Time will be Nicky ‘Neil Kinnock is my friend’ Campbell, who you all know from his broadcasting on Radio 5 Labour. He will of course be totally and unequivocably impartial, as always.

    • 481
      God is an Englishman. says:

      OMG I get sweaty when I see Carole Lirkwood – much more trim these days too.

  54. 102
    Hugh Jarse says:

    Jeremy Vine. Or perhaps not.

  55. 105

    Amy Childs. In a bikini.

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    Natalie Rowe says:

    Get rid of Dimbleby, lets have Brillo – in a sweaty vest

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    Border Terrier says:

    The new BBC Scotland building at Pacific Quay in the great city of Glasgow is enormous, anonymous and very threatening – PUT UP A PICTURE GUIDO.

    Its car park is full of mercs, BMWs and the like. Car park at next door Scottish TV[ i.e. ITV] is full of Fords and VWs. Tells us something.

    Suspect that Dimbleby would be quite at home there.

    • 130
      The Observer says:

      He will be bargaining to have access to the millionaire’s row over the waterfront.

    • 266
      oddly helpful says:

      There’s a lovely copyrighted image at Makes you proud to see your money beng invested in iconic landmark properties; none of yer rubbish.

    • 390
      jgm2 says:

      The BMWs will all be mobility vehicles. I was up there a couple of weeks ago and BMW actually had billboards up proclaiming that the ‘disabled’ of Scotland could now get new BMWs paid for by the tax-payer and replaced every three years.


  61. 121
    Larry the Cat for PM says:

    Brillo! He’s the best political presenter around.

  62. 124
    boulay says:

    Ortis Deley

  63. 128
    V says:

    Cant they just kill the series?

    In a free society why do i have to pay for something i do not want, require or use?

    A full public inquiry is needed to look into BBC output and funding. I would start it with Dimbleby, Paxman and other historic members of the Labour Party. We, as a nation have allowed the BBC and Channel 4 to get away with their pompous liberal and statist agenda for far too long.

    • 147
      Stan Butler says:

      Start a petition.

    • 162
      11+ years without a license says:

      Just stop paying them. Of all the BBC’s output, its books, magazines, TV, Internet, DVDs, radio.. they produce, what? Harry and Paul and Top Gear. That’s it. All the rest is just crap.

    • 403
      Back seat driver says:

      Agreed. This programme has run way beyond its sell-by date. Dimbleby is a pain in the arse and both panel and audience are just seeking their few moments of fame.

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    M'Learned Friend's Friend says:

    Let’s get some bloody answers for a change. Is Torquemada free?

  66. 133
    Rascal Puff says:

    Comical Ali

  67. 134
    boulay says:

    frankie boyle?

  68. 135
    Larry the Cat for PM says:

    Brillo kicks ass.

    • 263
      Fiscal Gerrymandering says:

      “You cannot say that there was a deficit issue that was our (Labour’s) fault”

      Eagle Eye says 2:05 minutes in

      And there is about 32% of the UK population that want Ed Balls and Angela to run the countries finances – we’re screwed

    • 345
      MrAngry61 says:

      Archetypal humourless Labour wimman.

      And also poorly briefed – another Lab tendency.

    • 404
      WVM says:

      I want to smack that lefty bitch in the face with an overly large dirty frying pan, I’ve been told this is a perfectly normal reaction and NOT beyond the pale.

  69. 136
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    George Bush?

  70. 137
    boulay says:

    Abdelbasset Al Megrahi

  71. 138
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Give it to Iain Dale’s Dildo.

  72. 139
    Juxtaposition Extrapolation II says:

    Steve Richards
    Andrew Neil
    Tim Donovan (BBC London pol ed)
    Alastair Stewart

  73. 140
    Displaced Brummie says:

    I think there should be a rotating team.

    Yourself, Harry, Iain Dale and perhaps David Starkey, would be my suggestions.

    • 309
      chuckle mother says:

      good choice, but they’d need a supine arselicker to “support” them.

      How are you fixed at the moment?

  74. 142
    Stan Butler says:

    Andrew Neil
    Jeremy Clarkson
    Will Self
    Arthur Smith

    • 181
      Owlett says:

      Despite the sardonic mien, Self and Smith are up to their b alls in right-on leftie luvviedom.

      • 468
        John Bellingham says:

        Apart from being an offensive moron, if Will Self was any more left wing he would make Fidel Castro look like the Chairman of the Tonbridge Wells League of Empire Loyalists.

  75. 144
    Iain Dale's Dildo says:

    Don’t I give it to Iain Dale?

  76. 148
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Tony Blair?

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:


  78. 151
    BBC News says:

    Sources within the BBC were quick to deny reports today that David Dimbleby has yet to sign his contract for Question Time. In other news, it was reported that the panel in the first programme of the new series will include Andy Coulson, the disgraced former Downing Street communications chief, a decision which is bound to send shock waves around Westminter.

  79. 152
    Saif Gaddafi PhD (LSE) says:

    Give it to my dad – Colonel Gaddafi

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    bergen says:

    Since devolution and an SNP majority administration in Holyrood,it seems perverse in the extreme to base the BBC’s flagship UK public affairs programme in a country where the majority of its elected representatives actively seek independence from the rest of us.

    On the other hand,we are talking about the BBC.

    • 163
      Backwoodsman says:

      Well its been perverse in the extreme to pack the audience with planted labour shills and the panel with utterly pointless left wingers, but thats what the bbc has done for years, so you must admire their commitment to the socialist state.

  81. 157
    HandsomeDavid says:

    How about Jonathan Ross – suggested salary £6million pa?

    • 242
      The BBC is biased says:

      Don’t be silly! Do you think we, the BBC, would pay that much for a mere TV presenter?? Get in the real world.

      • 441
        BBC News says:

        Reports circulating earlier today that Jonathan Ross has been offered the post of hosting Question Time has been denied by senior BBC officials. In other news, Andy Coulson, who as David Cameron’s director of communications was forced to resign amid the phone tapping scandal was spotted buying a lottery ticket in a newsagents in Wandsworth.

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    Same tribe says:

    Amy Winehouse

  83. 166
    Just for a change.. says:

    Graham Norton?

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Micheal Foot?

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    Great British Public says:


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    It's what I've heard ...... says:

    Through my contacts I understand that – because of the Cuts – Dimbledum is not happy with the changed programme format – in which panel members will be represented by look-alike impersonators and Dimbledee will have to perform a song at half-time with a Tribute band – the show will be live and the TV audience will be able to vote off the panellists as the game show progresses – thus generating telephone traffic and BBC cash.

    It is strongly rumoured that Diddlyboom is having trouble with his Al Jonson impersonation and – apparently – this element is key to the revised format which is loosely based on Thank G. It’s Friday with guest performances from the political scene – each doing their favourite impression of other politicians singing / dancing. Clambit Opick is on the first show with Annie Widdicome for balance.

    • 189
      The BBC's unofficial spokesperson says:

      You’d better let on where you heard this – got a license? we know where you live…
      Nick Knowles will come to your house and redecorate it at the license payers expense – you won’t sound so clever after that matey..

      • 219
        Head Waiter - Le Gavroche says:

        This – more or less – is what I overheard in the Le Gavroche restaurant in Mayfair last week.

        From memory – Mr Dimwhit-le-tree’s starter was a drizzled gratin over pain with a bottle of Louis Roederer: 2000 Cristal Rosé.

        My take on it though was that Mr Teedlebum had twisted his ankle practicing the Charleston for the show – certainly that would explain the way he walked after his third bouteille

  87. 176
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Got it!

    Larry the cat.

  88. 178
    TOO FAR says:

    It’s got to be Ian Hislop… After all it is a comedy show! He could rip the arse out of most of the guests (victims)

  89. 179
    Nobody you know says:

    Brad Pitt, I would definitely watch it again

  90. 182
    Piers Morgan Makes Me Puke says:

    Fern Britton.

    She’s the only one who ever lured Blair into blurting out the truth.

  91. 185
    Nina says:

    Eddie Mair. Easily able to control panel and crowd. Quick wit and regularly teases panel members without angering them on R4 Question Time. Not too up himself either.

    • 200
      Owlett says:

      Are we being asked for suggestions for someone who toes the loon-left line even more than Dimblebore? Mair is a sweaty leftist creep.

  92. 186
    The BBC's unofficial spokesperson says:

    If Mr. Dingleberry does not wish to move to Scotland then we will move aspects of the programme back to London.
    We do not wish to upset Mr. Dingleberry and what’s more, the license payer can afford it.
    Thank you for your money.

  93. 193
    Owlett says:

    Other than Brillo, Michael Buerk.

  94. 196
    labourunionsbbc we are one says:

    They might go for snow – he’s been doing sterling work for libore over at C4.

  95. 197
    Smig says:

    The move to Glasgow is a cunning plan orchestrated by the Guild of Subtitlers and the Society of Cunning Linguists.

  96. 198
    Foo says:

    I think it’s time for the programme to complete its transition into light entertainment babble.
    Guest presenters .
    Cleese as Basil Fawlty
    Steven Hawking as Davros
    Joey Barton as an upstanding citizen
    Van Rompuy as Daniel Dravot
    David Icke as errr.. David Icke

    And get Chris Tarrant involved, it needs more pies & buckets of water.

    • 202
      The BBC's unofficial spokesperson says:

      Thank you for your comments but as I’m sure you are aware, we no longer do highbrow political programmes so your suggestions are impossible for us to carry out.
      Cheque or cash – it’s all the same to us.

      • 257
        The BBC is biased says:

        We always like to include a left-wing ‘comedian’ who appeals to the young people in a cynical ploy to boost the ratings. And of course, if they slag off the Government as well, it’s always a bonus.

        • 398
          Beeboid No2746 says:

          All we do is left-wing comedians at the BBC now, we specifically target them toward the youth too. Those silly old right-wing farts haven’t even noticed yet, it’s how we do it at the Beeb!

    • 432
      Balok head says:

      Van Rompuy keeps the Europe-shop as Framjee Eduljee.

  97. 206
    MrAngry61 says:

    Dimbleby’s replacement?

    A CIA trained waterboarding specialist complete with his workbench & equipment – should focus the panel’s minds on the questions…

  98. 208

    The Son of the Manse ?

  99. 209
    Top Bloke says:

    Jeremy Clarkson – he can get up there in no time.

    And of course he will deflate a few egos

  100. 212
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    stellacreasy *cracks knuckles* hey twitter – fancy helping me with another campaign? I’ve got my Public Accounts Hat on 2 look out for UK taxpayers… 7 minutes ago · reply · retweet · favorite


  101. 213
    Alan Partridge says:

    Aha! I am the natural candidate to bring a much-needed sense of dignity to the proceedings.
    And I will introduce a new spot – Alan’s Answers. After the boring guests have bored us all with their boring views, and the studio audience has shown just how much of an in-bred bunch of fascists they are, there will be an opportunity for everyone to hear from yours truly, the same voice that has held radio and television audiences spellbound, and would do for much longer if it wasn’t for that short-sighted bunch of talentless idiots at the BBC who stupidly cut my contract short. Now’s the time for them to make up for their idiocy by giving me the Question Time slot – aha!

  102. 217
    Sir William Waad says:

    Damian McBride

  103. 220
    Nick Griffin says:

    How about Ali G and Dame Edna on alternate weeks?

  104. 224
    Dr Stantz says:


  105. 225
    Cato Street Conspirator says:

    There are so many wonderful people to choose from. Vaz and Blunkett immediately spring to mind. But I’ll settle on Gordon Brown. He saved the world singlehandedly so he won’t even need a panel.

    • 255
      Slimey Mandy says:

      Sorry you are wrong about he saved the world…….he claims he saved the Universe & beyond… he’s just right to be the new QT presenter from his Secure Padded Cell in Scotland…….where he should stay for good !!!

  106. 229
    Cato Street Conspirator says:

    I’ve just remembered – the BBC is keen on the hereditary principle. So, step forward Mr Jonathan Dimbleby. (I’m sure there’s another one of the fuckers in the wings who could take over Any Questions).

  107. 231
    Larry the Cat for PM says:

    I’ve finally worked out who Ed Miliband reminds me of. Elmer Fudd of Warner Bros cartoons fame.

  108. 233
    Mr Juffles says:

    Given the way the BBC is dumbing everything down… I think we can expect Zoe Ball, Fern Britton or the woeful Victoria Derbyshire.

  109. 234
    Anonymous says:

    The Chuckle Brothers, if only to raise the tone of the clowns they invite on these days.

  110. 236
    Fuck the BBC says:

    They should just have the same panelists every week, here’s the BBC’s wet dream

    Host Polly Toynbee


    Yasmin fucking thicko
    George Galloway
    Marcus Thickstok
    Toilets Maguire
    Hatie Hatemen

    Oh and just in case one of the above isn’t able to attend how about universal Chami?

  111. 240
    Jack says:

    Why not just make QT part of BBC Jockland and flog it off along with Jockland

    I saw an opinion poll the other dat saying that 71% of English people wanted Scottish independence

    Let us encourage Alex Salmond to take their fooking independence

  112. 243
    Tax Payer Joe Public says:

    Good idea to only broadcast this left wing crap from Scotland & all the Biased Broadcasting Company aka BBC needs to ensure is the signal can only be picked up in a ONE mile radius of Glasgow. Its better to ship all of these commie luvvies including Chris Patten (Blue Labour) up there as well, then make sure all of there left wing crap transmissions are electronically blocked from being received anywhere in England.

    That way the Biased Broadcasting Companies aka BBC, annual legalised extortion fee can be abolished in England.

    How about the Welsh Wind bag, Lord Leech as the new anchor for Biased Question Time……by the time he finished his intro at the start, the hour will be up, seems perfect. Or as an alternative George (bonkers 2) Galloway
    helped by Mcbride…….made for each other…..

  113. 249
    Billy Bowden is the greatest owned biatch ever ! says:

    p a u l s t a i n s

    w e l o v e h i m

    g u i d o for q u e s t i o n t i m e!

  114. 250
    Penfold says:

    Well rid of the odious biassed little shiite.

  115. 259
    Desperate Dan says:

    The BBC plans to kill the programme stone dead by appointing Kirsty Wark.

  116. 260
    YorkshireLad says:

    Brian Walden or Kerry Katona

  117. 265
    Dennis Diatribe says:

    What is George Galloway upto these days?

  118. 267
    the last quango in paris says:

    we pay the salary so we get the vote :

    1. Jeremy Clarkson
    2. David Miliband
    3. Gaddafi.

    • 270
      Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

      3 gets my vote, 2 episodes from Scotland and Mad dog will be begging to go to the Hauge.

      • 276
        the last quango in paris says:

        he would bring a mixture of politics and fashion to the BBC and the lure of TV stardom could drag him out of his bunker. ALso, with his political connections the panel would be much improved.

  119. 268
    Engineer says:

    Mickey Mouse would be an improvement; or possibly Goofy, Donald Duck or Dick Dastardly.

  120. 278
    Doctor m , pollys state funded therapist says:

    I’ve a client who’s asked me to blow her trumpet for her

  121. 282
    annette curton says:

    If it’s going to be broadcast from Scotland it has got to be a job for Muammar Gaddafi.

  122. 285
    A Firm Of Breasts says:

    I suggest the Chuckle Brothers.

  123. 287
    Fog says:

    Harry Hill

  124. 290
    BillyBob.... says:

    If not Brillo, how about Rab C. Nesbitt ??

  125. 292
    Raving Loon says:

    Ed Balls in a straight jacket being acosted by a gang with cricket bats.

    Oh sorry, wrong forum.

  126. 293
    Jimmy says:

    Vorderman, just for sheer entertainment value.

  127. 294
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    campbellclaret At Waterstones NW3 early next week to sign backlog of dedicated books. for inquiries from anywhere UK 14 seconds ago · reply · retweet · favorite

    Wonder if he can sign on behalf of 4 million Iraqis?

    • 302
      The Sheikh Of Arabeee says:

      I wish that fucking c u n t would stay the fuck away from Turf Moor. Fucking lying fucking bastard has blood on his hands.

  128. 297
    The Sheikh Of Arabeee says:

    Can somebody please fucking kick that fucking Lefty fuckwit Vanessa Redgrave in the c u n t as hard as fucking possible.

    • 339
      BillyBob.... says:

      Come along….. a little over the top methinks !

      Are you telling me that given the chance, you would not want to mount her ?

    • 347
      Daydream Believer says:

      Calm Down Dear …no violence please..remember your blood pressure…chill…..she’s just a left wing”luvvie” who has no political clout whatsoever if she ever had any in the first place…she’s one of the old breed of luvvies a throwback to the 60′s/70′s when it was “De rigeur” to take to the protest lines….the present generation of actors are too busy earning a crust to bother with this rubbish !!!

      Some of us of course remember her along with Jane Fonda in their anti-Vietnam protest days and ‘Nessa’s visit to “Mad Dog” to blag some cash for her socialist workers party….happy days….she’s totally divorced from reality and always has been…nobody takes her seriously

  129. 305
    Desert Rat says:

    Rab Nesbitt and Mary Doll

    On the spot and a potential new Caledonian Richard and Judy

  130. 306
    annette curton says:

    Al Megrahi in an oxygen mask.

  131. 310
    50 Calibre says:

    What’s the significance of Glasgow when QT is in a different place every week?

  132. 311
    Sir William Waad says:

    Bruce Forsyth is used to working with a lot of bad jokes.

  133. 312
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    TheWahnbriefe @johnprescott “A pinch and a punch…” if you touch Prescott’s lunch? 47 minutes ago · reply · retweet · favorite

  134. 314
    Anonymous says:

    Surely the obvious person to present is Alastair Campbell?

  135. 319
    Enough! says:

    Brian Aldridge.

  136. 320
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:


  137. 322
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Bubbles, Micheal Jacksons chimp.

  138. 323
    (I've been renamed) DA-Notice says:

    Hmm, how about someone a bit right of centre (not Cameroon though), eurosceptic and able to determine from the evidence presented that anthropogenic global warming is a load of pants.

    • 327
      Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

      Sounds like a job for Al Gore, If anyone can discredit Global warming , its him.

  139. 324
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    “Pop your suggestions below and Guido will do a round up at some point…”

    Just like Guido tells us who won caption contests? :-)

  140. 326
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Let’s hope his replacement isn’t so labour biased.

  141. 328
    Cole Porter (you hum it) says:

    yay what about getting Piers Morgan to do it…..if only to piss Guido off!

    • 341
      Cole Porter (you hum it) says:

      Dimbledumb is an old Beeboid tart he won’t relinquish the teat of plenty in a hurry, in any case who would have him? unless he could join Parkinson doing telly ads giving away free parker pens and robbing the oldies for a nice few bob.

  142. 329
    WVM says:

    Good, Dimbledor can fuck off!

    I’ll vote for Brillo but if he’s not available then Jeff Randall failing that then Mark Steyn although he’s Canadian and I believe has been given his own show over the pond.
    So then maybe David Starkey, for an old queen at lease his heart is in the right place.

    The Beeboids being oh so predictable will go for Paxo leftybooster.

    • 354

      BBC can commission another tedious voting show to pick a replacement.
      “Britain’s not interested”

      .They’re preparing it now.
      “…And the mock up finalists are … .. Mary Portas, Gok Wan, Kate Humble and Adam Woodyatt.

      Adam Woodyatt? He’s Ian in Eastenders. Been there for decades..We’ve got to move him on. we accidentally signed him on a life contract… Ok so, not him..What about Miriam O’Reilly?”

    • 359
      Keeping it in the family..BBC style says:

      At 73 this year it’s about time he retired..he can hand over to one of his sons…after all his dad did !!!

      • 375
        BBC says:

        Nepotism at its finest, it’s what we do best at the Beeb you know!

        That will be £3.6 Billion please.

        • 380
          Single mother with three kids says:

          Sorry, but I can’t afford to pay your regressive tax on television watching.

          • Beeboid No2746 says:

            You have to pay BBC-Pravda there is no other choice.
            How else can we brainwash you with our liberal lefty propaganda eh?
            Look just pay up or we’ll send the brown shirts round to extract a confession from you. Then we’ll prosecute you in court and if you don’t pay the fine we’ll have you jailed and your kids put in care.

  143. 330
    Caligula says:

    Mrs Merton would be a good choice.

  144. 331
    Not The BBC says:

    Glen Beck. Go on.

  145. 333
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    politicshomeuk Ed Balls says Brown bringing him in as Chancellor would have been “the wrong plan”, says he wanted to stay Children’s Minister. 49 seconds ago · reply · retweet · favorite

    more lies by Balls.

    • 361
      Jeremy Clarkson says:

      Balls and children?

      Maybe he should have become a scout master

      Ed Balls the Baden Powell of economics
      interested in children
      Wears short trousers and prone to anger

    • 426
      50 Calibre says:

      You can always tell when he’s lying. He breathes…

  146. 334
    Anybody But Ed says:

    As the BBC is a joke vote for Basil Brush

  147. 337
    In all seriousness says:

    Stephen Nolan

  148. 338
    WVM says:

    Hey Dave, grow a fucking pair and tear up the Royal Charter will yer, the BBC already have!

  149. 342
    Selohesra says:

    How about Andy Gray? – he talks well, understands Scottish and should be able to sort out feminists such as Hattie

  150. 343
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Labour will choose the next QT chairman according to the latest BBC press release.

    • 349
      Daydream Believer says:

      Here’s a short list:-
      Jacqui Smith
      David Blunkett
      James Purnell
      John Reid
      Andrew Adonis
      Peter Mandelson
      or a couple of outsiders(unfortunately not Labour politicians so 100-1 bet)

      Andrew Neill
      Michael Portillo

      feel free to add your own selection

      • 417
        M'Learned Friend's Friend says:

        How about Gordon Broon? He would have half chance of coping with the accent and, being universally unpopular, could be horrible to all the guests without viewers hating him more than they do already.

        • 429
          Gordon F Brown says:

          Well I do need something to do.

          Being MP for Numptyshire is just not turning out to be the full time job I envisaged, but then nothing seems to turn out quite the way I thought. I should have been Emperor of the Universe by now.

          Who moved my potty?

  151. 344
    BillyBob.... says:

    The pseudo intellectual Richard Bacon…… ??

  152. 346
    Jeremy Clarkson says:

    The gift that just keeps on taking

    • 351
      Jeremy Clarkson says:

      I nominate myself
      Empty roads, two police constables to annoy when they stop you and women who could suck start a haggis back to life
      Scotchland is the place to be

  153. 357
    Enough! says:

    or Linda Snell.

  154. 360
    Stephen Nolan says:

    Stephen Nolan. He is already a northern twat and wont mind the living in the ‘third world’ glasgow.

  155. 363
    Malcolm Tucker says:

    1980s News-at-Ten Icon…….PAMELA ARMSTRONG ! !

    (Failing that, the late Leonard Parkin).

  156. 366
    Enough! says:

    Reading the ITV News website I see Laura K: “…won acclaim for her coverage of the 2010 General Election and the formation of the Coalition government”.

    From a distance it looked like Dave and Nick were the leading ‘formers’.

    Would expect better syntax from a news organisation.

  157. 367
    Anonymous says:

    The only possible choice: Nick Griffin.

  158. 369
    World class says:

    Keith Richards

  159. 371
    Anonymous says:

    Ortis Deley is available, oh go on!

  160. 372
    Sir William Waad says:

    The new person will already be well-known on the telly and will require good-natured firmness. They need to be skilled at encouraging the conversation to open out but must also be able to control noisy, unruly elements. A pair of glasses would add gravitas.

    It can only be Peppa’s Daddy Pig.

    • 378
      Jeremy Clarkson in Glasgae says:

      Or Dame Stephen Fry?
      Plenty of ” bottom” (his own and others)
      Already on the public teat and presenting a television programme that begins with a Q

    • 379

      Grandpa pig is the smart one. Daddy pig’s political knowledge is limited at best.

      • 405
        The Real Clarkson says:

        Some pigs are more equal than others

        • 467
          The BBC says:

          We operate an equal opportunities policy and welcome applications from all pigs. Just because they have no qualifications, it doesn’t mean they can’t do the job, does it?

  161. 373
    Jeremy Clarkson in Glasgae says:

    I’m eating a “scotch egg”
    This is the best thing that the Scotch have ever given us
    Something that fell out of a chickens arse then wrapped in minced pork and bread crumbs and deep fried
    Nae wonder the ginger haired fuckers are lucky to live beyond 40 as they feast on such things every day
    I may just drop a few off at the local mosque using a catapult

    • 402
      jgm2 says:

      It’s not just the deep-fried Mars bars and the cold that has them rushing off early to the cemetery…

      • 406
        The Real Clarkson says:

        Well thats me as fucked as a Lancia from the 1970′s

      • 442
        Anonymous says:

        They have 18.7 % fewer muslims ?

        • 473
          jgm2 says:

          No muslim (or black person) would want to live in such a cold, inhospitable climate.

          That and the fact – and this is true – that you do you know those overhead signs they have on motorways to warn of (say) accidents or roadworks which, when all is running smoothly, say things like ‘Tiredness can kill – take a break’?

          Those signs?

          Well in Scotland they say ‘Don’t take drugs and dr*ve’ and ‘Stamp out racism’. Which gives you a clue as to what the problems are in Scotland.

          The Muslims (and blacks) are too afraid to move to Scotland.

  162. 374
    albacore says:

    Well, as it’s a BBC appointment, these days it can’t be hideously white, male or impartial.
    Now who does Fawkes know who might fit that bill, I wonder?

  163. 376
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    StevenNott #PhoneHacking – In 1999 @piersmorgan DailyMirror & TheSun could have warned the public about #hackgate but chose not to 12 minutes ago · reply · retweet · favorite

  164. 385
    Shakin' Stevens says:

    id like to see Shakin’ Stevens do it…….. every week he could end the show with a song? what do you think?

  165. 389
    The BBC's unofficial spokesperson says:

    Just so you know, we have appointed Camilla Batman-yakkety-yak – until of course Alistair Cambell lets us appoint him – she’s so colourful isn’t she !
    Thank you.

  166. 393
    shy_bazz says:

    The Duke of Edinburgh and he would not have any problem with working in Glasgow, ratings would go up too.

  167. 401
    The Real Clarkson says:

    Will you stop using my name you fucking cocksucker!

  168. 407
    BillyBob.... says:

    Richard Bacon, his interviewing style is merely to shout numpty questions, the titheed !!

  169. 408
    Cressida's Dick says:

    That Paddy bloke currently on Celebrity Big Brother. He may be unintelligible but will make more sense than 98% of the panel/audience.

  170. 409
    Anonymous says:

    michael portillo

  171. 410
    Anonymous says:

    Robbie Savage

  172. 412
    The Real Clarkson says:

    Tony Blair
    ” May I just say how humbled I am to be nominated for this role, David (if I may call him that) was a titan the field of broadcasting, like myself, modest , compassionate and above all a beacon of integrity and may I pass on my condolences to his family now that it has been officialy confirmed that he cut his own head off in the woods
    He was the peoples interlocutor”

    10 mill a year please

  173. 418
    gildedtumbril says:

    One could not in all honesty ever like dimplebum. He is not a patch on his papa.
    Jesus weeps.

  174. 421
    Mike Oxonfire says:

    Little Weed from “Bill and Ben”.

  175. 427
    Noctivagent says:

    Tommy Robinson – just to rub salt in the wound!?

  176. 433
    50 Calibre says:

    Lord Prezza of Lardarse. The panel wouldn’t get a word in edgeways…

  177. 434
    50 Calibre says:

    What about Jim Devine. He lives there and is used to the way things work, especially the expenses accounts. Yes, he’d make an excellent Question Master and cheap too…

  178. 439
    Entertain Me says:

    Just shut the programme down. It is so dull and choreographed.

  179. 444
    God is an Englishman. says:

    It’s a shoe-in for the fragrant Polly Toynbee, in line with the BBC’s unwritten charter!

    • 471
      T M Allen says:

      Polly in the chair at BBC’s Question Time: only with Littlejohn & his gob next to her, then at least we’ll all have someone to laugh at

  180. 445
    God is an Englishman. says:

    Seriously folks – Lord Tebbit is the perfect choice!

  181. 451
    roger37 says:

    Frederick Forsyth. From my point of view the man is competely unbiased.

  182. 452
    lbw says:

    Why dont they have a guest host each week…

  183. 459
    Quantrill says:

    Of course, Jethro

  184. 462
    eugene says:

    Colonel Gaddafi- he needs a job, will go down well at the beeb and will allow opponents, unlike Dimbledum, to have their fair say.

  185. 482
    Arsenal Whinger says:

    I may be available shortly.

  186. 489
    Disgusted of Neasden says:

    What about Victoria Coren? I can think of a couple of good points in her favour.

  187. 490
    Lomax says:

    I understand there is a very talented broadcaster called ‘Jedward’ – she may be a breath of fresh hair.

  188. 491
    matthew hopkins says:

    glasgow? frankie Boyle….

  189. 493
    Aristitle says:

    Wait a minute – isn’t Question Time filmed in a new location each week?

  190. 494
    JamesII says:

    Look on the bright side Mr Dimbleby. If you are sad we are happy!

    Basically we want new programmes in Scotland, not old tired ones. Nor do want old tired biased presenters either. We want to build a Scottish programme making industry.

    We already do not get our share of the license fee, 2% returned to Scotland from 9% handed over to London. Who said Dick Turpin was dead?.

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