Fry hosted 'QI' for the BBC for 13 years.
The comedian and presenter says protests outside Birmingham schools show progress on LGBTQ+ rights is "fragile".
Alan Davies has spilled the beans on the REAL reason Stephen Fry decided to quit QI.
Sandi Toksvig reckons that she isn’t worried about filling the shoes of Stephen Fry over on QI. Speaking to BANG! Showbiz, Sandi said that she was looking forward to the challenge of taking on such a ‘fabulous’ show.
Earlier today it was confirmed that Stephen Fry will be stepping down as the host of QI after twelve long years on the show, with it being announced that Sandi Toksvig is to take his place. Alongside the obvious gasps of shock and sadness, many fans of the topical BBC show were also wondering who exactly Sandi is, but the good news is we have had a little dig and brought you five fun facts about the new presenter of our fave educational show. A feminist, a humanist, and an atheist, Sandi is a comedian with buckets of experience up her sleeve to keep us all entertained on Friday nights.
Stephen Fry, the man who has more knowledge in his pinky fingernail than we have in our entire being, is leaving his post as the presenter of QI. The amazing presenter has been at the forefront of the comedy quiz show since it began back in 2003, alongside permanent panellist Alan Davies. “In front of the camera generations of lively minds and above all of course the wonder of nature that is Alan Davies.