The ISIHAC
Signature Tunes Page

Last Updated
17 Jul 2007

On the BBC Radio 4 show I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue, one of the rounds includes suggestions for signature tunes appropriate to different people. 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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Geoffrey Howe: There's No Business Like Show Business which due to government cuts has now become There's No Business. He also sings You'll Never Know Just How Much...
22 May 1982
Elizabeth Taylor: Love Is Lovelier The Seventh Time Around
22 May 1982
For the cabinet when a new donation has been made: He's Delightful, He's De-Loveley, He's DeLorean
22 May 1982
Margaret Thatcher: To Every Thing, Turn, Turn, Turn
22 May 1982
Tony Benn: My Way
22 May 1982
Michael Foot: It's My Party, And I'll Cry If I Want To
22 May 1982
Warren Beatty: Night And Day, You Are The One
22 May 1982
Ray Buckton: If I Worked To Rule
22 May 1982
Freddie Laker: I, I Who Have Nothing...but not for long
22 May 1982
Tiny Rowland: Money Makes The World Go Around
22 May 1982
Margaret Thatcher: I May Be Wrong, But I Think I'm Wonderful
22 May 1982
Elizabeth Taylor: I'm Just A Girl Who Can't Say No
19 Mar 1983
Ronald Reagan: I'm Gonna Wash That Stuff Right Out Of My Hair
19 Mar 1983
Ronald Reagan: Black Is The Colour Of My True Love's Hair
19 Mar 1983
Freddie Laker: Can't We Try Again?
19 Mar 1983
Prince Andrew: I Wanna Girl Just Like The Girl Who Married Dear Old Dad
19 Mar 1983
Norman Tebbit: A Bicycle Made For Two
19 Mar 1983
Mary Whitehouse: Oh what a dutiful morning, Oh what a dutiful day, The porn is as high as an elephants...
19 Mar 1983
Joan Collins: Night & Day, You Are The One
25 Feb 1989
Delegates at the T.U.C. conference, for Norman Willis: He Ain't Heavy, He's Our Brother
25 Feb 1989
Michael Fish: One Fine Day
25 Feb 1989
Edwina Currie: Button Up Your Overcoat or Button Up Your Lip
25 Feb 1989
Cecil Parkinson: Who's Sarah Now?
25 Feb 1989
Robert Robinson: Wake Me Up Before You Go
25 Feb 1989
Jeremy Hardy: Silence Is Golden Kevin Hale
Joan Collins: Night & Day, You Are The One
27 Jan 1990
Delegates at the T.U.C. conference, for Norman Willis: He Ain't Heavy, He's Our Brother
27 Jan 1990
Michael Fish: One Fine Day
27 Jan 1990
Edwina Currie: Button Up Your Overcoat or Button Up Your Lip
27 Jan 1990
Cecil Parkinson: Who's Sarah Now?
27 Jan 1990
Robert Robinson: Wake Me Up Before You Go
27 Jan 1990
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