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|Thursday, May 13th, 2010|
I've just listened to a programme of ISIRTA from 1966
which included a piece by Risotto: originally a concerto, later a madrigal, and here arranged for four voices and Tim Brooke-Taylor. It's called "There was a ship that put to sea all in the month of May".
Please, please, does anyone know where I can get the music? I really want to perform it!
|Tuesday, June 9th, 2009|
The new issue of Radio Times is out today and has news of a new series of ISIHAC.
Radio 4, Monday 15th June, 18-30 GMT+1 (half past 6 in English), repeated Sunday, 12-04.
It's the first of a series of six programmes. Stephen Fry, Jack Dee and Rob Brydon are sharing Humph's chair and Victoria Wood is the fourth panelist in the first programme.
|Saturday, September 13th, 2008|
|Monday, September 1st, 2008|
Geoffrey Perkins RIP
And why, do I hear you ask, should we mourn the passing of this man
? Because he was the inventor of Mornington Crescent.
|Friday, April 25th, 2008|
Humphry Lyttelton RIP
Humph has died
What will happen to ISIHAC? They cancelled the recording of the next series in June because he had gone into hospital, but what can they do now.
He will be missed.
|Monday, November 12th, 2007|
|Wednesday, June 13th, 2007|
|Wednesday, June 6th, 2007|
|Sunday, June 3rd, 2007|
Heads up for ISIHAC
Sorry it's short notice, but I've been on holiday.
The new series of ISIHAC starts tomorrow (Monday) at the usual time.
|Tuesday, December 5th, 2006|
Willie Rushton tribute
Next week BBC 7 is marking the tenth anniversary of the death of Willie Rushton by broadcasting five editions of I'm sorry I haven't a clue
They will be on Monday - Friday, 12-30 and 19-30 GMT.
|Monday, November 6th, 2006|
New series of ISIHAC
At the end of "Quote Unquote" just they said that it was the last in the series. And next week at the usual times there will be a new series of ISIHAC.
|Thursday, October 12th, 2006|
So, what's happening in the land of ISIRTA
I've just finished listening to every episode available through OTR Cat
and had a most delightful time getting really acquainted with the show. I couldn't even begin to list all of the things I love about it. If they were available, I'd buy an "I love Lady Constance" T-shirt.
I just have one obscure question: who is the one particular cast member who, in many of the shows, does the, "You don't... get away... tell us your name..." bits? Sometimes it's all of them except Bill, sometimes it's Graeme, but most of the time it's... Tim? David?
|Monday, July 17th, 2006|
Duoni killed my site. They don't do free hosting anymore. Sorry guys. :(
PS - Happy birthday Tim Brooke-Taylor! Current Mood: annoyed
|Monday, June 19th, 2006|
Listening to ISIRTA on BBC 7 I was suddenily struck with the desire to have the Angus Prune Tune as a ringtone. Has anyone else managed this feat or come across one? I have a bog standard mono phone.
|Wednesday, June 14th, 2006|
"Stop messing about"
I've just listened to this on BBC 7 and realised I don't recall the programme at all. It sounds like "Round the Horne" but with Kenneth Horne missing and Kenneth Williams becoming the main player. It dates from 1969, which is while I was a student, so it must have been broadcast at a time when I was doing something else.
"Round the Horne" fans might find it worth a trial listen.
|Monday, June 12th, 2006|
I like preemptive posting. I mean, I could
wait until the site actually looks half-decent, but why?
Oh right. My point. I made a website! Its purpose is to have all (or at least, all that I can get) of Bill Oddie's ISIRTA songs available for listening. It lives here
and I've called it "Grimbling's Music Den." It's also linked on this community's userinfo page. I have a few songs up already, so there is something
Again, Grimbling's Music Den
. Please visit. Comments and suggestions welcome. :) Current Mood: accomplished
|Saturday, June 10th, 2006|
calling all pun fans...
"The Very World of Milton Jones" (which I mentioned a while ago) is now playing on BBC7 on Tuesdays! It's available through Listen Again
Milton Jones: The other day I went to hang some spotted cubes from my car mirror. But I couldn't find them.
Voiceover: Milton's... Pair of Dice Lost
|Friday, May 19th, 2006|
If this is not allowed in the comm, please feel free to delete:
there I have a list of a few ISIRTA and ISIHAC episodes I'd love to upload for anyone who wants it...just leave a comment if you want any! I will try to accommodate as many requests as possible (if any). I just need a way to celebrate after exams!
|Thursday, May 11th, 2006|
New series of ISIHAC
BBC Radio 4 has started trailing a new series of ISIHAC. It's only a coming shortly at the moment, but "Quote, Unquote" has the last programme of its current series on Monday 15th May, so the most probable starting date is Monday 22nd May.
|Tuesday, May 2nd, 2006|
To all Andy Hamilton fans.
A new series of his "Revolting People" starts this evening 18-30hrs BST. With the usual Listen Again option later.