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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The Good Old Days
Sunday, 19.00, BBC4
Frank Skinner’s iPlayer series where he chats with a celebrity guest about what they’ve been watching is great fun, because Frank always seems to get on well with his guest, they have interesting things to say and he’s not afraid to say if he doesn’t like the programmes they pick. The other week he had great fun with Michael Ball as they discussed The Good Old Days, a series which seems to have been doing well for this channel because they’ve dug some more out. We think this is the oldest one they’ve ever shown, from 1972. Although, to be honest, you wouldn’t know, they all look ancient.
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