Chairman Humphrey Lyttelton and regulars Tim Brooke-Taylor, Barry Cryer, and Graeme Gordon are joined by special guests Stephen Fry, Jeremy Hardy, Paul Merton, and Sandi Toksvig.
Hear them having their wicked way with old favourites such as One Song to the Tune of Another, Limericks, and Sound Charades, as well as the modern aural glamour of Stars in Their Ears or the totally hi-tech Spot the Website round.
Thrill to the Late Arrivals at a society ball for builders with Mr and Mrs Jay and their daughter Iris and, of course, Mr and Mrs Foursugarsin-Minelove and their daughter Olive!
It's the authentic antidote to panel games. Accept no substitutes.
They're game. Are you?
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- Lindy loo
The dryness of the wit, the speed of comebacks, the way the words just spill out of their mouths in the most hysterically funny format...all just amazing. This is classic, clever humour at its absolute best. More please!!
I'm sorry I haven't a clue volume 5
I have downloaded all of the available cds of this programme. I find them the most enjoyable of listens. The humour is timeless. They were first played on radio in the 60s and the style is still more than acceptable 40 years later. From the singing the words of a song to the tune of another,to the telling a story giving alternate words.Then there is the round giving names to the guests at crazy Balls, it goes on! Humphrey Littleton is a wonderful chairman who not only guides the panel through hoops but also interjects in his amazingly witty way to any conversation or answer that the panelists try to make!
I listen to these in my car, watering the garden (listening on an ipod) and any time at all when I want cheering up or just a good laugh.
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- Deano Dino
Where does I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue, Volume 5 rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
Its high purely because of the comedy of Mr G Garden
Who was your favorite character and why?
Graeme Garden is hilarious, his bring me the ...... of Alfredo Garcia
What does the narrators bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?