AND as the minute waltz fades away Radio Cream you have sixty seconds to talk about in this game, without repetition, hesitation or deviation, Just A Minute: Just A Minute is a long-running panel game where the wonderful chairman Nicholas Parsons [BZZZT: "He's not wonderful"] invites four lovely players of this game, like the great Clement Freud, Kenneth Williams, Derek Nimmo, Paul Merton, Peter Jones, Gyles Brandreth, Julian Clary, Barry Cryer, Tony Hawks, Kit Hesketh-Harvey, Tim Rice, Sue Perkins, Wendy Richard, Ross Noble, Graham Norton [BZZT: "You can't just keep naming contestants"] to talk about a given subject for sixty seconds without repetition, hesitation or deviation, whoever’s speaking when they hear the whistle gets all the greatness and all the glory [BZZZT: "Repe... oh hang on, it was great and greatness"] and we’re indebted to Ian Messiter who created this ga*PHEEP*Read More
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Another edition of the programme that’s just Before They Were Famous all over again but there’s nothing wrong with that because Before They Were Famous was always funny and more people have become famous since. Obviously because it’s primetime ITV we also get unenlightening sequences where various celebs comment on the clips but it makes for a passable hour. And if you want more of this, with slightly less concentration on ITV-friendly stars, check out the various clips we’re putting on our Why Don’t YouTube Tumblr on www.tvcream.co.uk.
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Points of View
- In 'Tiswas', Gavin says: "Matthew was reunited with Chris Tarrant on Frank Skinner’s show a few years back. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WMGRBapLZME"
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- In 'Dimbleby’s exit poll: what’s behind the BBC’s election selection?', Applemask says: "To be fair, Pebble Mill literally had cancer."
- In 'Tiswas', Paul Hughes says: "Great article about a great show, but it’s a shame there’s no mention of Matthew Butler, the little lad who used to sing Bright Eyes dressed..."
- In 'Pages from Ceefax', Mick says: "BBC Micro graphics ordered to resemble mid-70s resolutions and typeset for in-computer compatibility using bolt-on tuner. Interesting case of..."