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I'M SORRY I HAVEN'T
show from malvern
The next two shows came from the lovely town of Malvern. No new rounds were played in either show, but in the first show there was yet another attempt to explain the rules of One Song to the Tune of Another by analogy to a game of roulette. One day they might understand.
first shows of the 50th anniversary series
The 50th anniversary series came from the Royal Albert Hall. The first show had no new rounds in it, but the second had one new round, Money-saving Handy-hints. There was also a brand new prize for the winner of Pick up Song, and the teams played a Royal version Mornington Crescent using Lord Talbot’s variation of the Elementary Rules, with commentary by Royal correspondent Nicholas Witchell.
50 years of i'm sorry i haven't a clue
The show is 50 years old this month! To celebrate Greg James has programme on Radio 4 this evening (Saturday 16th April), at 8pm, with a large selection of silly rounds and funny guests from the last half century.
Sorry for the short notice. It will be repeated next Friday, 22nd March, at midday. And of course you can catch up with it with the sounds app.
Should be a good one!
so long barry, and thanks for so much
It was very sad to hear of the passing of Barry Cryer a few weeks ago. He has been the source of so much humour, for so many people, for so many decades. He will be missed.
The Camden New Journal has proposed that a plaque is put in his name at Mornington Crescent tube station, along with getting one for Tim Brooke-Taylor as well. I think this would be an excellent idea.
Next up, a drive for bubble wrap and cotton wool for Graeme!
second salford show
And so ends another series, sigh. No new rounds were played in this final show, but the ones they did play were all corkers.
Right that is it for a few months before the next series, Covid willing. Take care out there.
first salford show
The teams did not play any new rounds in this episode. The did play One Song Sung to the Tune of Another, which the Chairman once again tried to explain with an analogy, this time to a film camera.
second birmingham show
Phew, this is turning out to be a busy Christmas period. Any road, a great show with one new round played - Pub or Bedroom. There was also a fantastic new prize for the winner of Pick Up Song, and the teams played the Chamberlain Variation of Mornington Crescent.
and from birmingham
Apologies once again. As I imagine for a lot of people, December is turning into an interesting month with much unpredictability. However as long as there are new shows of I’m
Sorry I Haven’t a Clue there can be a light at the end of the tunnel.
And so it was with the first show from Birmingham. Again no new rounds were played this week, but there was another attempt at explaining One Song to the Tune of Another by using an analogy with tacos. Oh great, and I now I am hungry again.
second show from reading
Apologies for being a couple days late with the round update for the next show. But as imagine almost all you know there were no new rounds played! No problem, it was a still a corker.
in the first show from reading
Ah, it is great to have it back. The series started off with some new rounds - Mistyped Film Titles, and the quiz game Implausible. The teams also played a round of One Song to the Tune of Another, for which the Chairman once again tried to explain the rules this time by analogy to an inkjet printer - something I am sure we can all empathise with!
new series starts on monday
The new series of I’m
Sorry I Haven’t a Clue starts on Monday 29th November, and runs through to the New Year. Lots of fun to fill those dark Monday evenings for the next 6 weeks. Bring it on!