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31st december 2006
new rounds from the best of …
So, another series comes to an end. Did you catch the Best of … 2006 Christmas Day show? It included previously unbroadcast rounds, including two new ones called - Pin the Tail on Colin and Initial Response.

happy new year
Should auld acquaintance be forgot,
And never brought to mind?
Should auld acquaintance be forgot,
And auld lang syne?

24th december 2006
new rounds from sunderland
The first show opened with the new round Inadvisable Openings followed later by Sound Effects. And Humph tried to explain One Song to the Tune of Another this time by analogy to a garden lawn. The second show had just one new round, Classic Movie Straplines, and there was another marvellous prize for the winner of Pick Up Song.

seasons greetings
Have a Merry Christmas time and all the best for the New Year. Here’s to 2007 being an even better one.

18th december 2006
christmas special show
While it is the last show of the current series today, do not despair for there is a special show that will be broadcast on Christmas Day at 6.30pm. In Best of I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue Humph presents his least worst moments from this year’s shows, including previously unbroadcast rounds. It will be repeated on New Year’s eve at noon.

17th december 2006
new rounds from london
There were a number of new rounds from the London shows. The first show featured Fat Quotes, Hidden Dangers, Incomplete Newspaper Headlines, and DIY Sci-Fi Drama. And Humph again tried to explain One Song to the Tune of Another by analogy to a peanut. The second show had one new round - Cat, Glass, Pudding. There was a brand new prize for the winner of Pick up Song, and the teams played the Standard Metropolitan version of Mornington Crescent.

11th december 2006
new rounds from southport
Much later than I intended here are the new rounds from the first Southport shows. The first show had two new rounds - Rejected Opening Lines and Blue Peter, while Humph explained One Song to the Tune of Another by analogy to a power drill. There were two new rounds in the second show as well, Complete Bastards and It’s a 4-part Singing Relay Competition Game Sans Frontier. And in honour of Napoleon’s visit to Southport, the teams played the French version of Mornington Crescent, Mornington Croissant.

10th december 2006
bbc 7 tribute to willie rushton
As part of the 10th anniversary of the death of the wonderful Willie Rushton, BBC 7 will be broadcasting selected episodes of I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue chosen the producer, chairman, and panellists. The shows will be broadcast each day next week at 12.30pm and 7.30pm. You can also hear them reminiscing about Willie.

humph’s new book
Humphrey Lyttelton has a new book out - It Just Occurred to Me…: An Autobiographical Scrapbook. In it he looks back at his varied life and the people he has met. One to add to your ISIHAC library.

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