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old git

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Tonight's edition and probably next week's Clue are from Tom's Town.

iPlayer it, Radio 4 1830 Monday.

See if you can hear Tom in the audience.

To save Tom the trouble, here is his (standard) reply, Bill, I have no idea what you are writing about.

Well Tom, to tell the truth, neither do I.
 

Greg Strange

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Tonight's edition and probably next week's Clue are from Tom's Town.

iPlayer it, Radio 4 1830 Monday.

See if you can hear Tom in the audience.

To save Tom the trouble, here is his (standard) reply, Bill, I have no idea what you are writing about.

Well Tom, to tell the truth, neither do I.
I don't think Tom is the only one...:confused:
 
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old git

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I don't think Tom is the only one...:confused:
Greg,
As you are in New Zealand, "I'm Sorry, I Haven't a Clue" is a cult (Kev, please check I've spelt that correctly) BBC radio programme, much appreciated by all saxophonists with even a moderate sense of humour. To even attempt to play the saxophone, a sense of humour is imperative.

One round last night was to suggest a song title that could be improved by the removal of one letter. Amongst those offered were "Sexual Ealing" and "That's Why the Lady is a Tram".

May I suggest that we might carry on this round with one condition, if you are submitting non-English titles, a translation is included.
 

TomMapfumo

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Hi Bill!

I seem to recall listening to Clue quite regularly when I used to travel home from Ipswich to Norwich in the old days and listened to the car radio. Since moving to Skabertawe in 2002 I don't think I've listened to one episode as I no longer do long journeys back from a workplace at that time of day, and never listen to Radio 4.

Life moves on, and some of us humans do, as well....................................................;}
Kind regards
Tom
 

old git

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The Prince of Wales favourite song:-God Ave The Queen.

Just moving to the Tower.>:)
 

Taz

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As I've got older I realise how much I "Ake rattle and roll!"





I know, I know, I know, its only supposed to be one letter removed but Hey, what the heck!
 

Kingsleyhk

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After you've one Another kind of lue (one of Pete's)

Air on a String As ears go by At the op Spanky

All I do is ream of you

All I Have To Do Is Ream Almost here Alright OK you in Amazing race Another rick in the wall

All In Love Is Air Baby it's old outside

All of E

All hook up

All hat jazz

(That enough - Ed.)
 

Kingsleyhk

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Ernie's Tune

Between the evil and the deep blue sea

Lack bottom

Lack nightgown

Lack sheep (for all the kiwis in the forum)

Both sides - ow!

Breakfast on the morning ram (for the kiwis again!)

Right side of the road

Ring my baby back

Road Brush

Roadway

Calling Occupants Of Interplanetary Raft

Chained To The Heel

Chelsea Ridge

China oy

Christmas Card From a Booker in Minneapolis

Leo's mood

Log dance

Lose your eyes

Old old heart

Come ly with me

Ow ow boogie

Rickets Sing For Anamaria

Ross road blues (not too far from Skabertawe)

Rumbling land
 
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Targa

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Great balls of fir. (That was before I was taken to the vet)

He loves you
I loves you orgy
Pin in my heart
The ears of a clown
Ears on your pillow
As the ears go passing by
Dram lover
My hip
 

old git

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Low Boat to China.

Route 6

Folsom Prion Blues

The famous Scottish song:-High Noo

Ridge Over Troubled Water

Mustang Ally

Good Ibrations

For the folkie cricket lovers:-Wild Over.
 

kevgermany

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if we take the same letter out all the way through, money money money becomes

mone mone mone.....
 
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