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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Ooh, we’ve mentioned this a couple of times recently and we’re pleased to learn that it wasn’t just us who’d remembered. This is the reboot of 7 Up they started in 2000 with the same intention though, obviously, with more women. They came back seven years later although the Beeb had seemingly already lost interest because it was dumped out on a Sunday teatime with no promotion, but they’re sticking with it because here – first part yesterday, second part today – we get to meet them for a third time. We’ve watched both previous films but we’re sorry to say we’ve totally forgotten everyone who’s taking part is, though we recall last time out they were all extremely well-adjusted and intelligent which was nice to see. Sounds like they’re all doing OK this time round too and, if it’s not quite as fascinating as its big brother series, it should make for an interesting record of the everyday life of your average 21st century young person.
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