In Febuary 2014, Danny Cohen, then head of TV at the BBC, promised that there would be no more all-male panel shows.
This week it was announced that the coming series of QI will be the last hosted by Stephen Fry, and Sandi Toskvig will take over for the 14th series, to become the first permanent female host of a comedy TV panel show in Britain.
Since Cohen's annnouncement, QI has had one full series, broadcast in 2014, with the next starting on 16 October, for which guests have already been announced.
Over those 32 episodes, there have been four where more than one woman was a contributor.
One episode in the coming series is scheduled to have three women appear on it: Aisling Bea, Susan Calman, and Sandi Toksvig, one of only two instances where a BBC panel show has had a majority female line-up in the last two years.
In fact, 16 different women have appeared over the course of the 32 episodes, though none of them have been women of colour.