The ISIHAC Series 31 Info Page

Last Updated
22 Dec 2011

Here is a list of the Venues, Teams 'competing' (I use the word loosely!) & Games played on the BBC Radio 4 show I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue. If you have details of any other shows or corrections, please e-mail me here, and I will add them to the list


BROADCAST INFO

GAMES

TEAMS

Show SP1
 
Best Of ISIHAC 1/3
 
Mon 06 Apr 1998
6.30pm R4
 
Sun 12 Apr 1998
12.30pm R4
 

(Last Updated:
03 Apr 2003)
 
  • Historical Postcards
  • One Song to the Tune of Another
    • The Laughing Policeman
           to the tune of
      As Time Goes By
  • Sequels
    • Moby Dick as written by Raymond Chandler
  • Notes & Queries
  • Good Morning Radio
    • The Queen & Princess Margaret
  • Notes & Queries
  • Pick Up Song
    • Rawhide
  • Notes & Queries
  • Sound Charades
    • Zulu
  • Uncommontators
    • The Beheading of Charles I
          in the style of
      an Agony Aunt
  • Notes & Queries
  • Innovations
  • Salesman Of The Century
  • Diaries
  • Limericks
  • Singer and the Song
    • Sisters as The Queen & Princess Margaret
(The above details belong to a show of 'A Celebration of the work of Willie Rushton', but I am not sure if this show was broadcast on these dates. If you can confirm these details, please e-mail me)
Teams:
Barry Cryer
+
Graeme Garden
 
Tim Brooke-Taylor
+
Willie Rushton
***
Chairman:
Humphrey Lyttelton
***
Pianist:
Colin Sell
***
Programme
Consultant:

Iain Pattinson
***
Producer:
Jon Naismith
***
Length:
27min 46sec
Show SP2
 
Best Of ISIHAC 2/3
 
Mon 13 Apr 1998
6.30pm R4
 
Sun 19 Apr 1998
12.30pm R4
 

(Last Updated:
04 Aug 2003)
 
Repeat of 16 Dec 1995
  • Shakespearean Headlines
    • The Demise of Hamlet
  • Shakespearean Headlines
    • The Demise of Macbeth
  • Musical Shakespeare
    • 'If music be the food of love' speech from Twelfth Night
           to the tune of
      Hernando's Hideaway
    • 'The quality of mercy is not strained' speech from The Merchant Of Venice
           to the tune of
      Leaning On A Lamppost
    • 'Blow winds, & crack your cheeks' speech from King Lear
           to the tune of
      As Time Goes By
    • 'To be, or not to be' speech from Hamlet
           to the tune of
      'A' You're Adorable
  • Quoting Shakespeare
  • Mornington Crescent
    • Tudor Court Rules
  • Limericks
  • Blind Date
  • Madrigal
  • Elizabethan Film Club
Teams:
Barry Cryer
+
Graeme Garden
 
Willie Rushton
+
Tim Brooke-Taylor
***
Chairman:
Humphrey Lyttelton
***
Scorer:
Samantha
***
Pianist:
Colin Sell
***
Producer:
Jon Naismith
***
Length:
28min 23sec
Show RPT
 
Repeat of Best Of ISIHAC
 
Sat 18 Apr 1998
12.30pm R4
 

 

(Last Updated:
03 Apr 2003)
 
(This show is shown as a repeat in the Times archive. If you can confirm which show it is a repeat of, please e-mail me)
 
***
Chairman:
Humphrey Lyttelton
Show SP3
 
Best Of ISIHAC 3/3
 
Mon 20 Apr 1998
6.30pm R4
 
Sun 26 Apr 1998
12.30pm R4
 

(Last Updated:
03 Apr 2003)
 
Teams:
Barry Cryer
+
Graeme Garden
 
Willie Rushton
+
Tim Brooke-Taylor
***
Chairman:
Humphrey Lyttelton
***
Scorer:
Samantha
***
Pianist:
Colin Sell
***
Programme
Consultant:

Iain Pattinson
***
Producer:
Jon Naismith
***
Length:
27min 54sec
Show 1
 
Venue - Theatre Royal, Windsor
 
Mon 27 Apr 1998
6.30pm R4
 

 

(Last Updated:
03 Apr 2003)
 
  • Undelivered Mail from History
  • One Song to the Tune of Another
    • I Enjoy Being A Girl
           to the tune of
      London Pride
    • Every Breath You Take
           to the tune of
      Knees Up Mother Brown
    • Leader of the Pack
           to the tune of
      Habañera from Carmen
    • Come In To The Garden Maud
           to the tune of
      the Can Can
  • Straight Face
    • The Countryside
  • Monopoly
  • Cheddar Gorge
  • New Versions
    • Moby Dick
          in the style of
      Noel Coward
    • Macbeth
          in the style of
      Masterchef
  • Censored Song
    • Leaning On A Lamppost
    • Whistle a Happy Tune
  • Hairdressers' Film Club
Teams:
Barry Cryer
+
Graeme Garden
 
Jeremy Hardy
+
Tim Brooke-Taylor
***
Chairman:
Humphrey Lyttelton
***
Scorer:
Samantha
***
Pianist:
Colin Sell
***
Programme
Consultant:

Iain Pattinson
***
Producer:
Jon Naismith
***
Length:
28min 16sec
Show 2
 
Venue - Theatre Royal, Windsor
 
Mon 04 May 1998
6.30pm R4
 

 

(Last Updated:
03 Apr 2003)
 
Teams:
Barry Cryer
+
Graeme Garden
 
Jeremy Hardy
+
Tim Brooke-Taylor
***
Chairman:
Humphrey Lyttelton
***
Scorer:
Samantha
***
Pianist:
Colin Sell
***
Programme
Consultant:

Iain Pattinson
***
Producer:
Jon Naismith
***
Length:
28min 10sec
Show 3
 
Venue - City Varieties, Leeds
 
Mon 11 May 1998
6.30pm R4
 

 

(Last Updated:
03 Apr 2003)
 
  • Famous First Words
  • One Song to the Tune of Another
    • 'Friends' Theme
           to the tune of
      Jerusalem
    • Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word
           to the tune of
      Get Me To The Church On Time
    • Meet The Gang 'Cos The Boys Are Here
           to the tune of
      Scarborough Fair
    • My Old Man's A Dustman
           to the tune of
      Heartbreak Hotel
  • The News Quiz
  • Jobseekers
    • Air Traffic Controllers
    • Vets
  • Scrabble
  • Welsh Film Festival
Teams:
Barry Cryer
+
Graeme Garden
 
Paul Merton
+
Tim Brooke-Taylor
***
Chairman:
Humphrey Lyttelton
***
Scorer:
Samantha
***
Pianist:
Colin Sell
***
Programme
Consultant:

Iain Pattinson
***
Producer:
Jon Naismith
***
Length:
27min 55sec
Show 4
 
Venue - City Varieties, Leeds
 
Mon 18 May 1998
6.30pm R4
 

 

(Last Updated:
03 Apr 2003)
 
Teams:
Barry Cryer
+
Graeme Garden
 
Tim Brooke-Taylor
+
Paul Merton
***
Chairman:
Humphrey Lyttelton
***
Scorer:
Samantha
***
Pianist:
Colin Sell
***
Programme
Consultant:

Iain Pattinson
***
Producer:
Jon Naismith
***
Length:
28min 03sec
Show 5
 
Venue - King's Theatre, Southsea
 
Mon 25 May 1998
6.30pm R4
 

 

(Last Updated:
03 Apr 2003)
 
  • Cost Cutters
  • One Song to the Tune of Another
    • Don't Dilly-Dally On The Way
           to the tune of
      Can't Help Falling In Love
    • Animal Crackers In My Soup
           to the tune of
      The Toreadors March
    • Blame It On The Boogie
           to the tune of
      The Battle Hymn Of The Republic
    • Run Rabbit Run
           to the tune of
      Delilah
  • Word For Word
  • Complete Quotes
  • Cheddar Gorge
  • Disfunctional Duets
    • Puff The Magic Dragon as Peter, Paul & Mary Whitehouse
    • Wandrin' Star as Lee Marvin & his Hairdresser
  • Airline Pilots' Song Book
Teams:
Barry Cryer
+
Graeme Garden
 
Sandi Toksvig
+
Tim Brooke-Taylor
***
Chairman:
Humphrey Lyttelton
***
Scorer:
Sven
***
Pianist:
Colin Sell
***
Programme
Consultant:

Iain Pattinson
***
Producer:
Jon Naismith
***
Length:
28min 05sec
Show 6
 
Venue - King's Theatre, Southsea
 
Mon 01 Jun 1998
6.30pm R4
 

 

(Last Updated:
03 Apr 2003)
 
Teams:
Sandi Toksvig
+
Tim Brooke-Taylor
 
Barry Cryer
+
Graeme Garden
***
Chairman:
Humphrey Lyttelton
***
Scorer:
Sven
***
Pianist:
Colin Sell
***
Programme
Consultant:

Iain Pattinson
***
Producer:
Jon Naismith
***
Length:
28min 05sec


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