"I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue" Cast - I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue Six album flac
|1-1||Introduction & Humph's Preamble|
|1-3||One Song To The Tune Of Another|
|1-4||One Man And His Dog|
|1-5||Ecclesiastical Chat-Up Lines|
|1-7||West Country Folklore|
|1-9||Fisherman's' Book Club|
|1-10||Introduction & Humph's Preamble|
|1-11||Complete Song Lyrics|
|1-12||One Song To The Tune Of Another 2|
|1-13||Vents In Practice|
|1-14||Where Am I?|
|1-16||What's The Time, Mister Wolf?|
|1-17||Swanee Kazoo 1|
|2-1||Introduction & Humph's Preamble|
|2-8||Swanee Kazoo 2|
|2-9||The Scottish Ball|
|London's South Bank|
|2-10||Introduction & Humph's Preamble|
|2-12||Grand National Theatre|
|2-13||World War II Chat-Up Lines|
|2-14||GCSE General Knowledge|
|2-18||Cheese Makers' Film Club|
- Piano – Colin Sell
- Producer, Compiled By – Jon Naismith
- Voice [In The Chair] – Humphrey Lyttelton
- Voice [Round The Table] – Barry Cryer, Graeme Garden, Tim Brooke-Taylor
- Voice [With] – Andy Hamilton , Fred MacAulay, Stephen Fry, Tony Hawks
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 9 78056 494645
|9 780563 553083||Various||I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue Six (2xCass, Comp)||BBC Radio Collection||9 780563 553083||UK||2000|
Barry Cryer, Graeme Garden, Stephen Fry and Willie Rushton join Humphrey Lyttleton for the antidote to panel games.
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Mrs Trellis of north Wales will no doubt be sitting by her wireless at . 0pm this evening when the start of I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue's 50th series is announced by the show's bumbling brass theme (based on a tune by Haydn). What follows is guaranteed to be brilliant. It always is. Listening is like being welcomed back into a comfortable club on a wet winter's night, a cheerful refuge from a dour, serious world outside
Just as the nation had become resigned to the idea that the nonsensical radio quiz show I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue would never again be heard on the airwaves, hope of a return for the popular series is on the horizon. Recording was cancelled this year after the death of its much-loved chairman, Humphrey Lyttelton, known affectionately to his fans as Humph. Dubbed the "antidote to panel games" its run spanned more than three decades and its fan base crossed generations. The 51st series of the show, first broadcast in 1972, had been due to start recording when Lyttelton died, in April. The first new shows will rotate presenters in the same way as the TV quiz Have I Got News For You, before settling for a full-time choice. The favourite at the moment is Stephen Fry. Naismith said: "I'm sure Stephen would be good: he's very funny and he's excellent on Q.
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The antidote to panel games", I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue is a BBC radio comedy show. It consists of two teams of two comedians "given silly things to do" by a chairman. The show launched in April 1972 as a parody of radio and TV panel games, and has been broadcast ever since on BBC Radio 4 and the BBC World Service. I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue developed from the long-running radio sketch show I'm Sorry, I'll Read That Again, the writers of which were John Cleese, Jo Kendall, David Hatch, Bill Oddie, Tim Brooke-Taylor and Graeme Garden