Chorley Amateur Dramatic & Operatic Society (CADOS) have been granted the rights to do a stage version of the popular spin-off from I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue. At Chorley Little Theatre from Monday 12th to Saturday 17th September at 7-30pm. Tickets from www.chorleytheatre.com
The show is full of gags and plenty of innuendo. The Independent newspaper described the radio series as "The Beano with smut" and the aim of the cast and crew is to provide a funny and uplifting night out for everyone.
BBC Radio 4's panel game that almost defies description! First broadcast on Tuesday 11th April 1972, with the teams being given 'silly things to do' by chairman, Humphrey Lyttelton, and since his passing in 2008, after a variety of guest chairmen, Jack Dee has taken over the chair. Unfortunately, the BBC are believed to have wiped their recordings of all the shows prior to 1978, so if you can add any information, or have any recordings of the shows I might not have, please get in touch.
EXCLUSIVE! At last - a picture of the delightful Samantha.
For the low-down on almost every aspect of ISIHAC, from details of the Games played, to the history of the show, take a look at the officially unofficial I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue web pages
More history of ISIHAC and guests is at The Free Dictionary
There is a site dedicated to The Goodies called The Saucy Gibbon which includes some ISIHAC information. Use http://www.the-goodies.co.uk/isihac to get there.
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I would like to extend my thanks to the following people for help with information (in no particular order):
John Lucas - Martin Kelly - Colin Foster - Richard Foster - Paul Webster -
Simon Denny - Phil Watson - Jim Heaton - David Wangerin - James Kenyon -
Keith Wickham - Mick Giles - Tom Morris - Rob Scott - David Moore -
Stephen Heaton - Phil Colby - Bill Lawson