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Four specially selected episodes of Radio 4's much-loved panel game includes two special celebratory editions. In the first, which celebrates Just A Minute's 45th anniversary, Paul Merton, Ross Noble, Jenny Eclair and Gyles Brandreth are given subjects from the first series in 1967, such as When I Wear A Top Hat, The English Nanny, Knitting A Cable Stitch Jumper, How To Perform A Cornish Floral Dance - and Derek Nimmo! Plus, there's a special from Mumbai, which features Indian comedians Cyrus Broacha and Anuvab Pal. Regulars Marcus Brigstocke, Julian Clary, Sue Perkins, Greg Proops, and Tony Hawks welcome relative newcomers Richard Herring and Paul Sinha to give the game a go. So join host Nicholas Parsons and the distinguished panellists, as they use their intellect, imagination and verbal dexterity to beat the clock and win the points in these four ferociously funny shows.

©2012 Ian Messiter (P)2012 AudioGO Ltd,

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  • R. Partos
  • 10-28-12

Caveat Emptor

There are only four episodes and two of those were previously released on the Just a Minute: Complete Series 63 released earlier in the year, so for your money you're just getting two new episodes. This is pretty unfair of the BBC - surely they could have found more original episodes from 2012.

The first episode is good, but not worth the price of a full audiobook.

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