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"The antidote to panel games", I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue is a BBC radio comedy show. It consists of two teams of two comedians "given silly things to do" by a chairman. The show launched in April 1972 as a parody of radio and TV panel games, and has been broadcast ever since on BBC Radio 4 and the BBC World Service. I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue developed from the long-running radio sketch show I'm Sorry, I'll Read That Again, the writers of which were John Cleese, Jo Kendall, David Hatch, Bill Oddie, Tim Brooke-Taylor and Graeme Garden. It was Garden who suggested the idea of an unscripted show which, it was decided, would take the form of a parody panel game. The show has over two million listeners on Radio 4 and its recording sessions typically fill 1500-seat theatres within a week of being advertised. The show was recently voted the second funniest radio programme ever, after The Goon Show.
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List of MP3s:
http://archive.org/download/BBCISIHACS1/101 - Accent Time Again.mp3: 101 - Accent Time Again http://archive.org/download/BBCISIHACS1/102 - Plumbers Ball.mp3: 102 - Plumbers Ball http://archive.org/download/BBCISIHACS1/103 - Clothing Manufacturers Ball.mp3: 103 - Clothing Manufacturers Ball http://archive.org/download/BBCISIHACS1/104 - Zookeepers Ball.mp3: 104 - Zookeepers Ball http://archive.org/download/BBCISIHACS1/105 - Greengrocers Ball.mp3: 105 - Greengrocers Ball http://archive.org/download/BBCISIHACS1/106 - Farmers Ball.mp3: 106 - Farmers Ball http://archive.org/download/BBCISIHACS1/107 - Doctors Ball.mp3: 107 - Doctors Ball http://archive.org/download/BBCISIHACS1/108 - Furniture Salesmans Ball.mp3: 108 - Furniture Salemens Ball http://archive.org/download/BBCISIHACS1/109 - Fishmongers Ball.mp3: 109 - Fishmongers Ball http://archive.org/download/BBCISIHACS1/110 - Musicians Ball.mp3: 110 - Musicians Ball http://archive.org/download/BBCISIHACS1/111 - Mechanics Ball.mp3: 111 - Mechanics Ball http://archive.org/download/BBCISIHACS1/112 - Stage, Screen and Radio Ball.mp3: 112 - Stage, Screen and Radio Ball http://archive.org/download/BBCISIHACS1/113 - Geographical Society Ball.mp3: 113 - Geographical Society Ball http://archive.org/download/BBCISIHACS1/201-FunnyForeignersBall.mp3: 201 - Funny Foreigners Ball http://archive.org/download/BBCISIHACS1/202-SportsmensBall.mp3: 202 - Sportsmens Ball http://archive.org/download/BBCISIHACS1/203-TelevisionBall.mp3: 203 - Television Ball http://archive.org/download/BBCISIHACS1/204-NorthAmericansBall.mp3: 204 - North Americans Ball http://archive.org/download/BBCISIHACS1/205-ArcheologistsBall.mp3: 205 - Archeologists Ball http://archive.org/download/BBCISIHACS1/206-MilitaryBall.mp3: 206 - Military Ball http://archive.org/download/BBCISIHACS1/207-HistoriansBall.mp3: 207 - Historians Ball http://archive.org/download/BBCISIHACS1/208-ClothiersBall.mp3: 208 - Clothiers Ball http://archive.org/download/BBCISIHACS1/209-AstronautsBall.mp3: 209 - Astronauts Ball
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