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August 26, 2015

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The team for the latest recording was very strong - Paul Merton, Julian Clary, Josie Lawrence and Susan Calman.

Also they played the first in the new series at 9am on Monday - one of the two JAM recordings. Presumably the rest will play in October and November.

8 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

So bizarre that the BBC broadcast this one random episode with no fanfare and at such an obscure time. You'd have thought they would have at least saved it a week for the Bank Holiday Monday and called it a summer special.

8:18 pm  
Blogger DoctorDan Alsop said...

Why on earth is Susan Calman appearing all the time now? Is she becoming a regular, we might as well make david tennant a regular

9:08 pm  
Anonymous Lolster said...

Anonymous: It was called the Edinburgh fringe special
DoctorDan Alsop: I feel as if susan calman was actually a lot better than David tennent. He did repeat "stage" during his minute.

3:51 am  
Blogger antster1983 said...

Just letting you all know that series 73 Just A Minute will be starting next Monday (5th October 2015).

It will be the other recording from the Edinburgh Festival, with Paul Merton, Gyles Brandreth, Janey Godley and Joe Lycett.

http://www.radiotimes.com/episode/dspxtd/just-a-minute--series-73---episode-1

3:39 am  
Blogger antster1983 said...

Episode 2 will feature Paul Merton, Josie Lawrence, Julian Clary and Susan Calman. To be broadcast Monday 12 October 2015 at 6.30pm UK time.

http://www.radiotimes.com/episode/dsxywg/just-a-minute--series-73---episode-2

2:59 am  
Blogger antster1983 said...

And Have I Got News For You will be starting its 50th series tonight (Friday 2 October 2015), at 9pm UK time on BBC One.

Team captains Paul Merton and Ian Hislop will be joined by guest host Jeremy Clarkson and guest panellists - TV presenter of Pointless and Two Tribes, Richard Osman (he needs to be asked to appear on Just A Minute!) and journalist from The Times, Camilla Long.

3:05 am  
Anonymous Lolster said...

I agree with Anster, Richard Osman would fit in perfectly to just a minute

8:03 am  
Blogger antster1983 said...

The first episode of the Paul/Josie/Susan/Julian recording has gone out, and it was a good 'un. Very competitive, very funny, and two full minutes were spoken!

8:03 am  

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