Ian Hislop suggests "Postman Pat," beards, and the book "A Parliamentary Affair," by Edwina Currie.
Jenny Eclair suggests topics such as charmless muggers and Tottenham Court Road.
Phillip Schofield suggests topics such as Gordon the Gopher and Southend.
Sheila Hancock suggests topics such as herself and men like David Beckham.
Gyles Brandreth suggests topics such as the Royal Variety Performance and the House of Commons.
In this show, Sara Cox suggests topics such as random fireworks displays and 19-year-old girls.
Alan Sugar suggests topics such as schmoozers and men who wear wigs.
Dara O'Briain suggests topics Gillian McKeith and magicians.
Michael Gambon puts birthdays and Notting Hill on his hit list.
Omid Djalili suggests ridding the world of male yoga teachers and hecklers.
Fern Britton suggests detox diets and Animal Hospital.
Michael Winner suggests ridding the world of snooty restaurant employees and modern buildings.
Harry Hill has problems with ice cream vans and God.
Tracey Emin wants to banish cocaine and drunkenness.
Shane Richie wants to banish massage and Trisha.
Kirsty Young hates Brazilian wax and singer Britney Spears.
Bruce Forsyth suggests banishing female television presenters who shout.
Ron Atkinson suggests ridding the world of complaining footballers and snakes.
Comic Sean Lock suggests ridding the world of actors and Jeremy Clarkson.
Ross Noble tries to get Craig David and Christian rock banished.
Linda Smith suggests topics such as banishing Tim Henman and adults who read Harry Potter books.
Boris Johnson suggests topics like consigning Lynda Lee-Potter and boiled eggs to the infamous room.
Ronan Keating suggests topics such as rude people and hangovers.
Patrick Moore airs his pet peeves.
Actress Liza Tarbuck.
Will Self's list of irritations include the Crown jewels and cheese footballs.
Comic Phill Jupitus confesses the things that scare him most, including cat lovers and fast food. Host: Paul Merton.
Gordon Ramsay's dislikes are traffic wardens and nappies.
Meera Syal from "Goodness Gracious Me".
Comic duo Mel and Sue's bugbears include student theatre and PE teachers.
Des Lynam introduces his pet irritation, teeth.
Jazz singer and art critic George Melley.
Actress Kathy Burke wages war against mobile phones and Jeffrey Archer.
Political correspondent John Sergeant.
Ricky Gervais airs his pet peeves.
John Peel reveals why he feels beards and shopping should be consigned to history's dustbin.
Johnny Vegas recommends the removal of Internet chat rooms and novelty pants.