Humph presides over regular players Tim Brooke-Taylor, Barry Cryer, Graeme Garden and Willie Rushton plus guests including Jeremy Hardy, Ross Noble, Andy Hamilton, Rob Brydon, Stephen Fry, Jack Dee, Sandi Toksvig, Tony Hawks, Linda Smith, David Mitchell, Marcus Brigstocke and Victoria Wood. First published as I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue Volumes 10 to 15, I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue 'Live' Volumes 1 & 2, and I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue Anniversary Special, this feast of unrestrained revelry and inspired ad libs is the authentic, award-winning antidote to panel games. Accept no substitutes!
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By G Noble on 22-10-17
The King of Panel Shows
As a (fairly) recent convert to Radio 4's comedy offerings the greatest joy has been discovering for the first time the King of panel games - I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue. After endlessly listening to the first treasury collection earlier this year the wait for this second volume has been unbearable at times! I do not know of any other panel show that provides as many laughs per show as this one.
Humph may have been the master chairman but Jack Dee has been a more than able successor to his seat mixing the same biting wit Humph has with his deadpan delivery. I've had the pleasure of seeing the show live in the past 12 months - once in Halifax for a recording and once at the Lowry for the touring show and have not laughed as much.
This collection has been a great listen over the past couple of weeks since its release. A lot of the shows I have never heard before and the last couple of hours featuring the 30th anniversary recording, Clue Desert Island and the very first recording of the show was probably the highlight. Whether you are a Audible customer or not this collection is great value (better if a Audible member though!).
This and the first Treasury release are must buys.
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By Louis Zaidman on 24-10-17
Amazing as always!
What a fantastic series of shows! Bit strange how they went from Humph to Jack dee and then back to Humph, and the last show on the whole production is one of the very very early recordings of isihac which includes Jo Kendall who I can't stand quite frankly. Other than that I thoroughly enjoyed it all and I hope there is a third treasury in the works!
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