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29th december 2003
games from the second leeds show
There was one new game played - Dumbing and Dumber, and a final attempt was made to explaing One Song to the Tune of Another by analogy to a shoe.

26th december 2003
christmas carol gallery pictures
Thanks to Stephen Whitaker for sending in some pictures from the recording of I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Christmas Carol. They can be seen on the gallery page.

23rd december 2003
and there is a best of
Humph will be presenting a Best of I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue 2003 next Monday, with his selection of the best bits of this year’s shows. The fun lasts that little bit longer!

22nd december 2003
more games from eastbourne
There was one new game played last week - Daily Mail Headlines. The winner of Pick Up Song won yet another marvellous prize, and the teams also played Blind Mornington Crescent, which would have been well worth seeing!

and don’t forget
The last show of the current series is tonight, but don’t forget the Christmas special - I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Christmas Carol broadcast at noon on Christmas Day. If you miss it it will be repeated at noon on New Year’s Day.

16th december 2003
games from leeds
All the games played this week were traditional I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue games. There was a fabulous prize for the winner of Pick Up Song, and of interest to all new Mornington Crescent players a game was played with the experienced players explaining their moves.

14th december 2003
in case you were worried 
The appearance of Ross Noble on this week’s show, and what appeared to be second show games, has lead some people to think that they have missed a couple of episodes of ISIHAC. Do not be alarmed. The BBC decided to rearrange some of the shows and swapped the second week from Eastbourne with a show from Leeds. There are still two more shows of the current series to go, plus the Christmas Special.

7th december 2003
games from eastbourne
A couple of new rounds were played in the latest show - Sexing Up, and Silly Questions. And Humph valiantly tried once again to explain One Song to the Tune of Another by analogy to a tree.

tomorrow’s guest
In a change to the Radio Times listing, the next show is from Leeds with Ross Noble as the guest panellist. The second show from Eastbourne with Jeremy Hardy will be broadcast next week.

1st december 2003
second show games
Only one new game was played this week - In Their Own Words. However, there was a fabulous new prize for the winner of Pick Up Song, and Mornington Crescent was played according to Hooper’s Mainline Variation.

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