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Excellent

ProLaughter friom begining to the end!!

Consjust simply not enough of it!!

For those of you who haven't experienced the world of 'I'm Sorry I haven't a clue' let me take a few moments to give you some information and history of the show. 'I'm sorry I haven't a clue' also called 'clue' for short and sometimes simply 'ISIHAC' is a BBC4 Radio panel game that has been...

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Excellent

ProYou'll piss yourself laughing.

ConsYou'll piss yourself laughing.

I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue (ISIHAC) is the "antidote to panel games" in which four celebrities (and I use the term wrongly) are given silly things to do by 80-year-old chairman Humphrey Lyttelton until his assistant-cum-score-keeper, the lovely Samantha, blows his horn. ISIHAC, a spin off of I'm...

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Excellent

“Excellent”

published 09/08/2000

ProVery funny

ConsBarry Cryer

I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue has been running for years on Radio Four and is normally worth listening to. Humphrey Littleton, who is also a famous jazz trumpeter, presents it. Fortunately he never gets his trumpet out but does entertain with such lines. I like his dry humour and antipathy towards...

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Excellent

ProIt's just so funny

ConsThe seasons are very short

If you grant me a modicum of leeway, I will introduce you to something which, until now, has only been the preserve of the learned and initiate, among whose number I happily include myself. If you don your deerstalker and look and listen carefully, you will find, among the schedules of Radio 4, a...

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Excellent

ProSide-splittingly funny

ConsMay irritate those who don't appreciate in-jokes /...

Ahh... Good old '...Clue'. The highlight of my Monday evening, and unfortunately, if the rest of the week is such, my week. Ditto month. While this may say something abuot the interest level of my life, I believe it may have something owed to the sublime quality humour of the show. Clue is...

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Excellent

ProRadio is the perfect medium for innuendo

ConsR4 has an image problem

I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue is one of many R4 “Comedy Slot” programmes that has been running for years under the sardonic chairmanship of Humphrey Littleton. The panellists are normally Graeme Garden, Tim Brooke-Taylor, Barry Cryer and others. To mis-quote the end credits, “The teams are given...

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Excellent

“The anitidote to Panel Games”

published 04/10/2000

ProBrilliant Humor, fascinating rounds

ConsNone that I can think of

I'm Sorry I haven't a Clue has brightened up many a dull evening for me. It is wonderfully irreverant and has just the right hint of cheek without going over the top. The rounds are brilliant - singing one song to the tune of another, the round where the record fades out but the panelists have to...

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Excellent

“When Samantha met Sven.”

published 06/08/2000

ProWitty, brilliant, just a little bit rude

ConsYou need to get used to it

I'm amazed that nobody's reviewed this excellent programme yet - but perhaps it's one of those programmes you either love or hate and no amount of recommendation will convert the haters. But try it, as soon as it comes back - it'll grow on you. Give it a couple of tries, in fact, so that you...

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Excellent

ProFunny isn't the word!!!

ConsNone!

To this very day, I still am perplexed on how to play Mornington Crescent! If anyone knows if there is a website about it, or literature on how to play it, contact me ASAP! This is the only programme on the radio that never fails to make me laugh. The panelists, the games, the whole lot is worth...

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Excellent

“Radio 4 does it again”

published 22/04/2001

ProExtremely funny. Try to avoid listening while driv...

ConsThe untimely passing of Williw Rushton

There are few shows that I'll rush home so that I can be back in time to catch. I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue is one of them. In theory, it's a panel show. Humphrey Littleton attempts to keep some sort of control over the proceedings; whilst the two teams, made up of Tim Brooke-Taylor, Barry Cryer...

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Excellent

ProMany and Varied

ConsAre you kidding??

For anyone who hasn't listened to Clue I have no hesitation in recommending it highly. Comedy and Radio 4 were not two words I would have put together until a couple of years ago when I started listening to BBC7 and found that shows were funny and then sought them out to hear when 'new'. The show...

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Excellent

ProSuperb free entertainment.

ConsSad if they never come near us again!

When I heard that I'm Sorry I haven't A Clue was coming to the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford upon Avon, I went to queue for tickets. Lots of people were there and they were all anxious to receive the four free tickets that were provided. It was so entertaining to hear the whole two...

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