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Today's repeated episode of I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue on BBC7 features the first ever appearance of Samantha, who is possibly the most glamorous of all glamorous assistants ever to grace the airwaves. Not to be missed.
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...began today with the airing of the first ISIHAC episode in its six-episode Golden Anniversary series. Deep joy. Rob Brydon singing 'Who do you think you are kidding, Mr Hitler?' to the tune of 'Yesterday, once more'. Silly, grinny, bliss. Though, as a singer, Rob is no Jeremy Hardy. *grins at TDU*.  Listen again online here.

Sadly, I notice that I have made no other preparations at all. No cards, no presents. Hmm.
girlyswot: (Default) the version of 'Play your chords right' on this week's ISIHAC. I love when they have to explain the rules to Humph. What happens is that Colin Sell plays the melody of a 'famous' piece of classical music, one note at a time, and the team have to guess whether the next note is higher or lower. If they get it right, they get to answer a question about Winchester College. Utterly hilarious. Especially when Sandi Toksvig lets on that Colin is beating time 'as if it mattered'.
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If that doesn't have you bouncing up and down with excitement already, next week is your chance to discover the funniest programme in the history of the radio, ever.  BBC 7 is having a special 'Clue' week to remember the death of one of its finest players, Willie Rushton, 10 years ago.

There will be episodes EVERY DAY!  Hooray!!  So if you want to finally get to grips with the rules of Mornington Crescent, hear some Historical Headlines, listen to the teams singing One Song to the Tune of Another, or witness competition standard Cheddar Gorge, tune in.  On digital radio, TV and the internet.  You can listen again whenever it's convenient for you - best not to do this in public areas, since people will think that you are laughing at them.

Don't forget that BBC Radio 4 also have a current series of Clue, airing at 6.30pm (GMT) on Mondays and also available any time online.

I'm also enjoying the dramatized Narnia chronicles on BBC 7 at the moment.


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