James is QI’s Head Elf, and in the course of his Quite Interesting duties has sung karaoke with Bhutanese monks, danced with the world's most advanced humanoid robot and learned how to tear a telephone directory in half. He co-produces QI's Radio 4 show The Museum of Curiosity, and co-authored the last five QI books.
When not interjecting on the podcast, Anna's contributions to QI include researching for the TV show since the J series, putting facts on the @qikipedia twitter feed while pretending to have nothing to do with social media, and feeding the office fish. Previous employment includes licking stamps for an MSP, dabbling in the Melbourne advertising industry and selling plum wine to anyone foolish enough to buy it.
ANDREW HUNTER MURRAY
Dan has done a lot of co-ing. He co-created and co-produced 7 series of BBC Radio 4’s Museum of Curiosity, co-produced Frank Skinner’s The Rest Is History panel show, and co-created No Such Thing As A Fish. Dan has fronted his own Channel 4 documentary on UFO conspiracies, appeared as a panellist on numerous TV and radio shows, and in 2014 completed a month-long sell-out Edinburgh Fringe run of his debut stand-up show C*ckblocked From Outer Space, which was named one of the top 100 most favourably reviewed shows of the Fringe. He ranked 100.
Andrew Hunter Murray has worked at QI since 2008, on the TV series and books. As part of his employment he has dressed as George from the Famous Five, visited a taxidermy warehouse, and Googled more disturbing phrases than GCHQ could possibly keep up with. When not Quite Interestingly employed, he moonlights at Private Eye, writing for the magazine and hosting the in-house podcast, Page 94. He also performs as a solo character comedian, and with the award-winning Jane Austen-based comedy troupe ‘Austentatious’.
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