Next Episode of Celebrity Mastermind is
Season 14 / Episode 1 and airs on 19 December 2016 19:00
"Celebrity Mastermind" is a British television quiz show broadcast by BBC television. The show is a spin-off of the long running quiz show Mastermind, with the exception that all the contestants are celebrities. As with the main show, John Humphrys is the host and question-master.
Four more celebrities take on the famous black chair as BBC Radio 6Music presenter Chris Hawkins, historian Kate Williams, comedian and presenter Iain Stirling and the BBC's disability correspondent Nikki Fox answer questions on Coronation Street, Emily Brontë, the films of Robin Williams and Kate Bush.
Another four famous faces risk their reputations on television's toughest quiz. Vlogger Louise Pentland aka sprinkleofglitter, writer and comedian Jason Cook, Escape to the Country presenter Alistair Appleton and CBBC presenter Ben Shires answer questions on the Harry Potter novels, Billy Connolly, 20th century European classical music and Leeds United.
With guests Katy Ashworth, Thomas Turgoose, Mick Fitzgerald and Shelagh Fogarty.
Jimmy McKenna, Gilliian Joseph, Dallas Campbell and Russell Kane take on the famous black chair.
John Humphrys hosts the first in a new series of festive specials as four famous faces brave the black chair. Chef Paul Rankin answers questions on Stieg Larsson's Millennium trilogy, presenter Sonali Shah on the human body, comedian Omid Djalili on Chelsea FC and CBBC's Hacker T Dog on Pet Shop Boys.
John Humphrys asks the questions as four famous faces brave the black chair. Comedian Shappi Khorsandi answers questions on Charlie Chaplin, Scott Mills's Radio 1 sidekick Chris Stark on Scott Mills, The House That ú100k Built presenter Piers Taylor on Bob Dylan and Paralympian gold medallist - and opening ceremony flagbearer - Lee Pearson on British birds.
John Humphrys asks the questions as four famous faces brave the black chair. CBBC's Lauren Layfield answers questions on the Jurassic Park films, broadcaster and journalist David Aaronovitch on The Archers, BBC Breakfast's Tim Muffett on the films of Danny Boyle and double Paralympic gold medallist Kadeena Cox on Arsenal FC.
John Humphrys asks the questions as four famous faces brave the black chair. Mitch Benn answers questions on Peter Cook, BBC News presenter Reeta Chakrabarti on the life and poetry of John Keats, one half of Sam and Mark, Mark Rhodes, on the World Wrestling Federation and double Olympic triathlon gold medallist Alistair Brownlee on the Yorkshire Dales.
John Humphrys puts four more celebrities in the spotlight as former England bowler Graeme Swann tackles the original Star Wars trilogy, Gogglebox vicar the Reverend Kate Bottley answers questions on Adrian Mole, BBC Radio 2 DJ Janice Long is quizzed on Echo and The Bunnymen and musician Paul Carrack answers questions on Sheffield Wednesday.
John Humphrys asks the questions as another four famous faces brave the black chair. Tonight's contenders and specialist subjects are BBC Watchdog presenter Michelle Ackerley on classic TV series Columbo, The Wine Show expert Joe Fattorini on the line of longitude two degrees west, Instant Gardener Danny Clarke on Sir Garfield Sobers and comedian John Finnemore on the ghost stories of MR James.
John Humphrys tests Outnmbered actor Tyger Drew-Honey on The Office, Radio 6 Music presenter Tom Ravenscroft on Warp Records, actress and presenter Maria McErlane on Unity Mitford and Terry Deary, the writer of the Horrible History books, on GK Chesterton's Father Brown Stories.
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