Daniel Radcliffe is a big fan of 'Pointless'.

The 'Woman in Black' actor loves to catch up on episodes of the BBC One quiz show - which is hosted by Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman - as soon as he returns to the UK after filming abroad, despite admitting it sounds like a "dull" hobby.

Speaking on 'Daniel Radcliffe presents My Playlist' on Radio 1 last night, he said: "The first thing I do when I get home - it may sound dull but I'm that kind of guy - is catch up on 'Pointless'. I'm a bit of a 'Pointless' fan and there's a lot of it to watch."

But the 23-year-old star isn't the only celebrity who is a big fan of the programme. Several stars have taken part in the game show including 'Great British Bake Off' judges Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry, as well as 'EastEnders' pair Perry Fenwick (Billy Mitchell) and Danielle Harold (Lola Pearce).

A number of star-studded special episodes have also taken place including a 'Doctor Who' special, a Comic Relief special and a Children in Need special, which featured Blue singer Duncan James and McFly drummer Harry Judd.