Where’s the F in News returns to BBC Radio 4 for a second series

The energetic and intelligent Where’s the F In News is back for a second series with host Jo Bunting. Joining Jo will be a panel of incredible women including Jo Brand, Fi Glover, Felicity Ward, and London Hughes. The panel will use the events, trends and talking points they think should really be top of the news agenda in a series of fresh and funny challenges. The series follows a hit first series where Jo was joined by an array of guests including broadcaster and columnist Julia Hartley-Brewer, art and cultural historian Nina Ramirez, comedian Rose Matafeo, and comedian Zoe Lyons.

Sioned Williams, Commissioning Editor for Radio 4 comedy said: “I am delighted to commission another run of witty conversation and sharp observations. Which just happens to be entirely female”.

Formerly the series producer of Have I Got News For You, Jo Bunting is a producer and writer of topical comedy and satire with other credits including Great British Bake Off spin-off show An Extra Slice with Jo Brand and topical chat show That Sunday Night Show presented by Adrian Chiles.

Series two will begin on 7th March at 11pm

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