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Just a Minute Anniversary Special
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Just a Minute Anniversary Special

Ian Messiter
Narrator : Full Cast Production
Publisher : BBC Audiobooks Ltd
Length : 2 hours
Categories : Humor
Radio Shows
$10.99
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Playhouse Theatre, London (1 January 2003) Paris Theature, London (11 September 1982) Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury (5 January 2003)

It's been 'time once again for... Just a Minute!' for over thirty-five years now, and chairman Nicholas Parsons has been at the helm for almost all of those sixty seconds.

In a special hour-long commemorative edition, panellists Paul Merton, Clement Freud, Graham Norton and Sheila Hancock are asked to speak for one minute on subjects set by members of a specially invited audience - amongst whom are previous Just a Minute players including Pam Ayres, Gyles Brandreth, Jenny Eclair and Ross Noble.

In addition to this, two previously unreleased instalments of the show are included on this release. From the archives comes a classic edition featuring Kenneth Williams, Barry Cryer, Clement Freud and Elaine Stritch, whilst an episode first broadcast in 2003, with players Paul Merton, Ross Noble, Linda Smith and Clement Freud, brings the celebrations up to date.

Devised By
Ian Messiter

First Broadcast
BBC Radio 4 22 January 1967

CREDITS
Chairman: Nicholas Parsons

At the Playhouse Theatre, London
Clement Freud, Sheila Hancock, Paul Merton, Graham Norton with celebrity subject setters Jenny Eclair, Ross Noble, Gyles Brandreth, Chris Neill, Pam Ayres, Steve Frost, Charles Collingwood, Malcolm Messiter, Helen Boaden
Produced by Claire Jones

At the Paris Theatre, London
Barry Cryer, Clement Freud, Elaine Stritch, Kenneth Williams
Produced by Pete Atkin

At the Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury
Clement Freud, Paul Merton, Ross Noble, Linda Smith
Produced by Claire Jones

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