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I'M SORRY I HAVEN'T A CLUE
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27th december 2001
more games from the series
These are the updates from the two shows with Andy Hamilton. Humph tried again to explain the rules of One Song to the Tune of Another by analogy to a Freudian Analysis. The new games played were Historical Horoscopes and Advertising Slogans.

repeat of humph at 80
Late announcement I’m afraid. There is a repeat of the Humph at 80 broadcast earlier this year to celebrate Humph’s 80th birthday. The programme is presented by Graeme Garden with contributions from others on I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue. It is on Radio 4, New Year’s Day at noon. If you missed it the first time, don’t miss it the second!

small apology
Whoops, I forgot to update the broadcast dates for the Christmas show - I only put who was appearing. No problem, you can still catch it at noon this coming Sunday. Sorry.

5th december 2001
new games from the next two shows
There were some more new games played in the first show - Blatant Lies, Human Voice Box, Italian Radio Times, and New Jobs. A new variation of Cheddar Gorge was played - Alphabetical Cheddar Gorge. Humph tried again to explain the rules of One Song to the Tune of Another by analogy to a car.

In the second show there was yet another fantastic prize for the winner of Pick Up Song, and the PlayStation 2 Version (available soon from your local toy shop) of Mornington Crescent was played.

recordings finished
The last recording for the current series of I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue has now taken place. Details for the next set of recordings is expected next Spring.

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