Know your Mornington Crescent from your Cheddar Gorge?
Are you partial to a bad-tempered clavier?
Would you like some unhelpful travel advice?
Featuring the very best moments from a forty-year history of broadcasting, Stephen Fry introduces this indispensable companion to I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue, the Radio 4 comedy series which attracts millions of listeners each week.
Featuring hilarious excerpts from the show's favourite games including: The Uxbridge English Dictionary, Famous First Words, the Trail of the Lonesome Pun and Late Arrivals as well as much much more, this book is essential for Clue fans young and old.
For those new to Clue, there's a Beginner's Guide on how to play Mornington Crescent and numerous games which are fun and easy to play at home and guaranteed to entertain.
Number of pages: 288
Weight: 268 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 21 mm
The most genuinely and infallibly cheering programme on radio. -- Nigel Andrew * Daily Mail *
The national theatre of fun. -- Gillian Reynolds * Daily Telegraph *
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The sad news of Tim brooke-Taylor's death at the age of 69 prompted me to finally get this and other I'm sorry I haven't a clue books. This is great. A collection of silliness from 40 years of a great...
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