There may already be too much of that in TV news but I do think you should allow people to express what they want to express and not to try to catch them out.
People have begun to think of you as a Stephen Fry in waiting a renaissance man for a generation. How do you feel about that?
What's in store for you in 2011?
I don't think any of the discussion topics on a so called serious show preclude humour.
of current affairs with a mix of debates, interviews, topical comedy, investigations and opinion pieces.
We rather thought it would be a one off but when there was the opportunity to do more, we were very pleased.
strong viewers but the lawyers only worry when you start libelling people. Expressing opinion is relatively safe.
We're going to try to avoid comparisons if possible, but our general approach will be to scrutinise politicians in the news and at the same time be funny and entertaining.
apart? Making David Cameron cry, perhaps.
We have to be very careful to avoid sneering. What I want the show to feel like is engaged and interested and be a show that people who are interested and want to see changes can identify with not just a show that thinks politics is dull and boring. That feels important.
It sounds incredibly straightforward put like that.
There are some weeks I wonder how it will all work but it seems to and there's something reassuring about being busy when you're freelance.
I think we'd be a healthier democracy. I'm not saying it would transform our democracy but it could at least help like an aspirin.
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No, I'm not comfortable with that at all. I feel tremendously inadequate when compared to him. If people mean it as a compliment then thank you but I think anybody would suffer by comparison to Stephen.
I'll be chairing a debate each week and interviewing a politician and I want to be asking the same sort of questions as would be asked on a serious show but with a frivolity and a view to making people laugh.
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Do you dream of your own David Frost moment?
This until the end of April then Rob (Webb) and I are writing a book. Well, I say we're writing it but we haven't really started. That will come out for Christmas. And there's more Peep Show next year and more Would I Lie To You?
Are the lawyers beginning to panic?
It was quite a high pressure environment to give it a pilot live TV on election night, but we couldn't really have lived with ourselves if we turned it down.
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You're a busy man. Is your schedule becoming an exercise in logistics?
It would be really good for culture if a humorous show that genuinely scrutinises our politicians became a fixture.
People forget these people went into politics often with the best of intentions so it's still important we let them express what they want to express.
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It shouldn't be an exercise in them not saying anything.
There are times when it is but I'm fortunate at the moment. There are lots of things I've wanted to do that I've been able to fit in.
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