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Camilla Brett | 18:40 UK time, Monday, 18 October 2010

Never Mind the Buzzcocks


Never Mind The Buzzcocks
is back!

The irreverent pop quiz returns to BBC Two on Thursday at 10pm, starting with Mark Ronson - the highly talented musician and producer - as guest host. On the teams to aid Mark in the mayhem are Alesha Dixon, Tinie Tempah, Mollie from The Saturdays and Paul Foot:

Guest Host Mark Ronson and Alesha Dixon, Tinie Tempah, Mollie from The Saturdays and Paul Foot.


Meanwhile, team captains Noel Fielding and Phill Jupitus continue in their relentless quest to find the answers to those musical niggles stored like mothballs in the Red Button cupboard of musical whimsy. It can only be BuzzcocksQT!

 

Phill Juptius and Noel Fielding are ready for your questions...

Following our call for your questions on the blog, Steve Carver, David Katz and Ian Mostyn have had their questions answered. So how about you?

AJ Carvell asked "Who would win out of a fight between Queen and Prince?"  - and Kenny Munro wants to know exactly what it is that Meatloaf won't do for love.

So what would you like to propose for Phill and Noel to mull over?

There are three places to post your ponderings:

  1. On Twitter, tweet to @bbccomedy using the hashtag #BuzzcocksQT
  2. Post your questions onto the BBC Comedy Facebook Page
  3. Or leave your comments below and we'll pass them on to the Buzzcocks boy.

 
And then press the Red Button after every show to see if your question has been answered!

Please Note:  when contributing to this post that your comments and username may be used on the Never Mind The Buzzcocks Red Button programme and the BBC Comedy website.

Never Mind the Buzzcocks returns on Thursday 21st October at 10pm on BBC Two.

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