Author(s): Jon Naismith et al (eds.)
To mark the 33rd anniversary of the birth of the antidote to panel games, we present the pick of the "Definitions Round", a quirky cross between the "Collins Dictionary" and "Call My Bluff" that has had audiences in stitches for over a decade. "I'm Sorry, I Haven't a Clue" - the antidote to panel games, has thrilled the nation for over thirty years. It is BBC Radio 4's most popular comedy show. With listener figures now over 2 million each week, "I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue" has become as firm a British institution as the Queen's lap-dancing club. For all those who have over pondered the meaning of antidisestablishmentarianism (the wife of strangely named Northern uncle), bedlam (a very favourite sheep) or cenotaph (a Welsh laxative), this is the book for you. With cartoons by Graeme Garden and Humphrey Lyttleton and over 300 more definitions to push the boundaries of the English language and 'good clean family fun', "I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue - Definitions" is a must have for any fan of British comedy at its best. This revised and updated edition of the Dictionary now includes 16 pages of all-new definitions by way of an Addenda.