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Sorry I Haven't a Clue has Radio Four's highest listening figures for light entertainment and won the 1998 Voice of the Listener and Viewer for top radio show.

I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue was also the 1995 winner for Sony's Best Radio Comedy.

Another two hours of inspired rib-cracking ad-libbery: Spectacularly clueless as ever are Chairman Humphrey Lyttelton and panellists Tim Brooke-Taylor, Barry Cryer, Graeme Garden, and Willie Rushton (not forgetting the scorer, the lovely Samantha).

Don't miss any episodes of I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue.
© and (P)1998, 2003 BBC Worldwide Ltd

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I'm sorry I haven't a clue (4)

Yet again the team delight us with hysterically funny and highly original material. The innocent yet devastatingly clever wit is so superbly crafted. Thank goodness there are others in this series. I want all of them.

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  • Mr. P. Hoggan
  • 09-04-16

Classic BBC radio humour at its best

Misdirection, double entendre and total silliness by a fantastic group of wordsmiths - including the irreplaceable Willie Rushton! BBC British humour at its very best.

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  • Helen
  • 03-09-15

Great fun as always

A joy for old fans and new. Great to hear Willie Rushton and Humphrey Lyttelton again.