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A report in the Mail (no link) says that Ian Hislop & Paul Merton get paid £20,000 each for each broadcast. If true, I think this is excessive as the program is well past it's sell-by date and their contributions are usually banal and seldom very funny. And with a compere & 2 guests also taking part they only make a handful of comments. Another example of the BBC being profligate with licence payers money.
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A report in my head (no link) says that davebro gets far too much money in benefits. He's well past his prime, just another example of the government being profligate with the money I give them. Given the rest of people, in my opinion he doesn't contribute very much to society and should get an immediate pay cut
I watch it every week and, like many a panel show, it is sometimes decent viewing, sometimes not. The very worst i saw was when they had David Threlfall as one of the guests and he contributed absolutely nothing to the proceedings. He actually looked as if he didn't know what he was supposed to be doing.