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Here are four more compilations of the funniest puns, songs and one-liners from the award-winning BBC Radio 4 series. And this will be the last Clue release to feature Humphrey Lyttelton as host as he presides over regulars Tim Brooke-Taylor, Barry Cryer, and Graeme Garden. Often imitated but never bettered, I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue is the only authentic antidote to panel games. After 35 years on air, this hardy perennial continues to bloom with inspired ad-libbing and wickedly improvised fun.

©2010 Humphrey Lyttelton (P)2010 AudioGO Ltd

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  • eastend johnnyjohnjohn
  • 01-05-11

Painfully Funny

I have been collecting these audio releases since they started in the early 1990s. This lattest release is sadly the last to feature the great and irreplaceble Humphrey Littleton. These programmes are cleverly written and so funny that I was nearlly choking with laughter at many points. Humpth and all the regular panellist and guest panelist are on geat form! Great laughter therapy and well worth the money.

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  • Christopher Wilton
  • 01-05-11

I guess it had to happen sooner or later...

I love I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue, but I guess by the law of averages some episodes just aren't as good as others. Here are four such examples.

There are several instances wherein the panellists seem bored and argumentative, and not in the usual hilarious way the fans have come to expect, but in a way that is actually disruptive to the flow of humour.

There are funny bits, but since when has any Clue fan been satisfied with 'bits'? All or nothing, that's the way we like it, hilarity, not the occasional snigger.

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