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18 Nov 2003

On the BBC Radio 4 show I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue, one of the rounds requires the teams to come up with examples of Christmas cards that the famous might have sent. Here are some of the teams' suggestions, along with some of my suggestions. If you have any ideas you would like included, please e-mail me here, and I will add the best ones (with full credit to you of course)

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Rev. Iain Paisley: PEACE ON EARTH. GOODWILL TO ALL MEN. (A hospital spokesman described Mr. Paisley's condition as 'stable') 1986 Xmas Special
25 Dec 1996
Christ is born on Christmas Day,
In a stable he is hid.
Spread the news without delay,
But don't tell bloody Sid!
1986 Xmas Special
25 Dec 1996
From Gaugin to Van Gogh: A Merry Christmas & a Happy New Ear. Hope you got the new pair of spectacles. 1986 Xmas Special
25 Dec 1996
From Sir Robert Armstrong in Australia to Mrs. Thatcher: I wish you every happiness for the festive season. Please note: I am being economical with the truth. 1986 Xmas Special
25 Dec 1996
From Mrs. Thatcher: I hope you all enjoy these public holidays, because next year I'm going to privatise them. 1986 Xmas Special
25 Dec 1996
From Nelson to Lady Hamilton: Weather lovely here. See you in the New Year. Thanks for the half bottle of Optrex. 1986 Xmas Special
25 Dec 1996
A sampler from Princess Michael of Kent: God Bless You Tiny Tim. Copyright PMK 1986 1986 Xmas Special
25 Dec 1996
From an Air Hostess: Ding Dong Merrily On High! 1986 Xmas Special
25 Dec 1996
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