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Just a Minute is a BBC Radio 4 radio comedy panel game chaired by Nicholas Parsons. Its first transmission on Radio 4 was on 22 December 1967, three months after the station's launch. The object of the game is for panellists to talk for sixty seconds on a given subject, "without hesitation, repetition or deviation". The comedy comes from attempts to keep within these rules and the banter among the participants. Throughout its four-plus-decade history, the show has, in addition to its popularity in the UK, developed an international following through its broadcast on the BBC World Service and, more recently, on the internet. The latest series, the 78th, was broadcast in Spring 2017.
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List of MP3s:
http://archive.org/download/JustAMinute75/JustaMinute7501.mp3: Just a Minute 7501 http://archive.org/download/JustAMinute75/JustaMinute7502.mp3: Just a Minute 7502 http://archive.org/download/JustAMinute75/JustaMinute7503.mp3: Just a Minute 7503 http://archive.org/download/JustAMinute75/JustaMinute7504.mp3: Just a Minute 7504 http://archive.org/download/JustAMinute75/JustaMinute7505.mp3: Just a Minute 7505 http://archive.org/download/JustAMinute75/JustaMinute7506.mp3: Just a Minute 7506 http://archive.org/download/JustAMinute75/JustaMinute7601.mp3: Just a Minute 7601 http://archive.org/download/JustAMinute75/JustaMinute7602.mp3: Just a Minute 7602 http://archive.org/download/JustAMinute75/JustaMinute7603.mp3: Just a Minute 7603 http://archive.org/download/JustAMinute75/JustaMinute7604.mp3: Just a Minute 7604 http://archive.org/download/JustAMinute75/JustaMinute7605.mp3: Just a Minute 7605 http://archive.org/download/JustAMinute75/JustaMinute7606.mp3: Just a Minute 7606 http://archive.org/download/JustAMinute75/JustAMinute 7607.mp3: Just a Minute 7607 http://archive.org/download/JustAMinute75/JustAMinute 7608.mp3: Just a Minute 7608 http://archive.org/download/JustAMinute75/JustAMinute DoesPanto.mp3: Just a Minute Does Panto http://archive.org/download/JustAMinute75/JustAMinute7701.mp3: Just a Minute 7701 http://archive.org/download/JustAMinute75/JustAMinute7702.mp3: Just a Minute 7702 http://archive.org/download/JustAMinute75/JustAMinute7703.mp3: Just a Minute 7703 http://archive.org/download/JustAMinute75/JustAMinute7704.mp3: Just a Minute 7704 http://archive.org/download/JustAMinute75/JustAMinute7705.mp3: Just a Minute 7705 http://archive.org/download/JustAMinute75/JustAMinute7706.mp3: Just a Minute 7706 http://archive.org/download/JustAMinute75/JustAMinute7801.mp3: Just a Minute 7801
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http://www.edrants.com/_mp3/segundo1.mp3: David Mitchell
. The display title will be prefixed with the title of the podcast, eg. "Bat Segundo: David Mitchell", so you don't need to repeat the name of the podcast in each title.)