I'M SORRY I HAVEN'T
on the internet
Other web pages on the internet
about I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue I have come across so
- You can
now play ISIHAC games via twitter.
related information can also be found at
the Goodies Rule - OK? web
site, where Tim and Graeme get involved. You never know, the Goodies may yet
return to the BBC.
are a couple of pages on ISIHAC and Hamish & Dougal at the
Saucy Gibbon web
are ISIHAC fans on MySpace
BBC’s own I’m Sorry
I Haven’t a Clue page. (There is a Radio 4
page for ISIHAC as
well.) You can listen to broadcasts from the
On the BBC page and catch up on missed ones for a while from the
Radio 4 -
Listen Again page.
Williamson’s Mornington Crescent
page, with details on the game and its history, along with a Java applet to
practice your MC skills on.
- A page
on the re-opening of the
tube station. There are a number of photos of people from I’m
Sorry I Haven’t a Clue who turned up for the re-opening. You can
also see the BBC report
on the re-opening.
- Kevin Hale has some pages in his ISIHAC section
devoted to Pick Up Song prizes, Humph’s show introductions, and some
- Dunx has
a Mornington Crescent web site here.
- If you
enjoy playing Mornington Crescent then you might enjoy playing
Passage. And if you enjoy playing Cheddar Gorge then you might like to try
details on each show ever broadcast can be found on the
British Comedy web site
Information includes who the contestants were, the chairman, location, and the
original broadcast date.
- The aim
Crescent Rules is to collect historical information on the rules and origin
of the eponymous game. Any contributions most welcome.
report any links that fail to me -