The ISIHAC
Trail Of The Lonesome Pun Page

Last Updated
16 Jan 2008

On the BBC Radio 4 show I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue, one of the rounds includes suggestions for Radio Four programme trails. 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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Handy hints are in the air here on Radio Four. If you are one of those people who find you are unable to clean your carpets, then you can learn how to sew them all together to make one enormous carpet. That's coming next in If You Can't Beat Them, Join Them Ipswich
30 May 2005
[ Later today on Radio Four, a Your And Yours Special (a contradiction in terms, if ever I heard one!). We look at the church's views on fasting. Is eating fish fasting? in One Man's Meat Is Another Man's Poisson Not broadcast] Ipswich
30 May 2005
Later today on Radio Four, a satirical look at public hangings, in The Noose Quiz Ipswich
30 May 2005
After news at 1.30, we look back to 1964, when a gale swept through London Zoo and blew the doors off the insect house. That's after the news, Your Flies Are Open Ipswich
30 May 2005
This afternoon's play is based on the diary of a nit nurse. That's Lice Work If You Can Get It at half past three Ipswich
30 May 2005
[ Tomorrow on Radio Four, a historical look at the art of twining flowers in your hair, with step-by-step instructions on how to twine your own, guided by a long-time devotee of the art, that's Stephen Fry with I've Always Enjoyed My Twinings Not broadcast] Ipswich
30 May 2005
Later on Radio Four an amusing look at author Joanna Trollope's motor insurance claims history, in Crash, Bang, Trollope Ipswich
30 May 2005
At nine o'clock, Radio Four's archive hour interviews some of the bomber crews from the Second World War who used to dedicate their bombs to members of their families. The archive hour - Drop 'Em For Your Uncle Ipswich
30 May 2005
And tomorrow we have a report on how female shift workers are being denied time to breast feed their babies, that's Never Give A Suckler An Evening Break Ipswich
30 May 2005
[ Radio Four, 4 p.m., Libby Purves visits a gynaecologists' party - 4 p.m. - What A Knees Up Not broadcast] Ipswich
30 May 2005
[ Later this afternoon, an exploration on the way police are hoping to replace taking people into custody with a verbal warning and a clean nappy, that's A Change Is As Good As Arrest Not broadcast] Ipswich
30 May 2005
Next on Radio Four, a new dating game for necrophiliacs. Dale Winton introduces Drop Dead Gorgeous Ipswich
30 May 2005
[ Radio Two, nine o'clock, a documentary in which we hear Mussolini's actual last words. Nine o'clock - I'm Hanging From A Lamppost At The Corner Of The Street Not broadcast] Ipswich
30 May 2005
[ Here on Radio One, Jonathan Ross presents his favourite letter of the alphabet, in Ross On 'Y' Not broadcast] Ipswich
30 May 2005
And later tonight, we look at the problems faced by homeless eskimos in I'm Sorry I Haven't Igloo Kevin Hale
Handy hints are in the air here on Radio Four. If you are one of those people who find you are unable to clean your carpets, then you can learn how to sew them all together to make one enormous carpet. That's coming next in If You Can't Beat Them, Join Them ISIHAC 9, Side 4
Later today on Radio Four, a satirical look at public hangings, in The Noose Quiz ISIHAC 9, Side 4
After news at 1.30, we look back to 1964, when a gale swept through London Zoo and blew the doors off the insect house. That's after the news, Your Flies Are Open ISIHAC 9, Side 4
This afternoon's play is based on the diary of a nit nurse. That's Lice Work If You Can Get It at half past three ISIHAC 9, Side 4
Later on Radio Four an amusing look at author Joanna Trollope's motor insurance claims history, in Crash, Bang, Trollope ISIHAC 9, Side 4
At nine o'clock, Radio Four's archive hour interviews some of the bomber crews from the Second World War who used to dedicate their bombs to members of their families. The archive hour - Drop 'Em For Your Uncle ISIHAC 9, Side 4
And tomorrow we have a report on how female shift workers are being denied time to breast feed their babies, that's Never Give A Suckler An Evening Break ISIHAC 9, Side 4
Next on Radio Four, a new dating game for necrophiliacs. Dale Winton introduces Drop Dead Gorgeous ISIHAC 9, Side 4
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