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29th december 2002
game updates for shows from sadler’s wells
An analogy with product packaging was used to explain the game One Song to the Tune of Another. A couple of new games were played - DIY Costume Drama, and Christmas Solutions. Some more games related to Cheddar Gorge were described. Mornington Crescent was played using the New Standard Livingston Rules, and there was yet another wonderful prize for points in Pick Up Song.

28th december 2002
hump’s highlights of 2002
There is one more show next Monday at the usual time - Humphrey Lyttelton presents his personal highlights from all the shows broadcast in 2002.

23rd december 2002
isihac on bbc 7
The BBC’s new digital radio station, BBC 7, is now up and running. It’s daily programming includes at least 7 hours of classic BBC comedy every day. Currently repeats of I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue is being broadcast each day at 12pm and repeated at 7pm. Full listings for each day can be found here.

17th december 2002
game updates for shows from blackpool
A new game was played at Blackpool - Lonely Hearts. There was a new explanation to One Song to the Tune of Another using the analogy of changing the jam in a jam roly poly. Another marvellous prize was available to the winner of Pick Up Song, and Mornington Crescent was played using the North Circular Open & General Rules.

hamish & dougal broadcast dates
The spin-off radio series, Hamish and Dougal: You’ll Have Had Your Tea, will be broadcast each day from Christmas Eve to Friday 27th December at 6.15pm on Radio 4, and repeated at 12.15am starting on the Friday and continuing on the following Monday. Got that? Good.

1st december 2002
details of games played at malvern
No new games were played in the two shows from Malvern. However, we do have a new explanation to One Song to the Tune of Another using the analogy of changing a light bulb. There was another marvellous prize in Pick Up Song. A round of Mornington Crescent was played using the Burlington Original Rules.

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