4 edition of Cambridge Circus and I"m Sorry I"ll Read That Again (EMI Comedy Classics) found in the catalog.
Cambridge Circus and I"m Sorry I"ll Read That Again (EMI Comedy Classics)
October 29, 1993
by EMI Records Ltd.
Written in English
|Contributions||John Cleese (Performer), Bill Oddie (Performer), Tim Brooke-Taylor (Performer), Graeme Garden (Performer)|
|The Physical Object|
Agreed except I wouldn't include Cambridge Circus as an "episode." Mainly because it was largely stuff from the stage show, wasn't originally written for the radio, and retained its own name. I'm not in charge though, so if other people think it should go in, put it in. Like WG that's all I know about the ISIRTA script book called 'I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again - The Classic Scripts' - maybe keep an eye out on ebay or in second hand bookshops for it. In the Robert Ross book there is a pic of the front cover and the caption is 'Material from the New Year special was amongst that included in this publication'.
I’m Sorry I’ll Read That Again 4 BBC Radio Collection ZBBC (double-cassette) features complete episodes of March 1 April 19 November 4 l December 2 A number of songs originally performed on I’m Sorry I’ll Read That Again were re-recorded by Oddie, Garden and Brooke-Taylor for inclusion on several Goodies LPs . I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again was a popular BBC Sketch Comedy show which ran between and , with a one-off "25th anniversary" show in It was something of a spiritual successor to The Goon Show, featuring numerous awful puns, funny voices and bizarre program originated from a broadcast of the Cambridge Circus revue, followed by three preparatory shows in April.
I’m Sorry I’ll Read That Again. | All, Cambridge Circus originated at the Cambridge University Footlights Club, and sprang from the revue entitled “A Clump of Plinths”. This title may seem unlikely, but the first idea “You Can’t Call a Show Cornflakes”, is even worse!!!. I'm Sorry, I'll Read That Again. Quite the same Wikipedia. Just better.
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I'm Sorry I'll Read That AGAIN!' Beethoven's Fifth. The famous opening bars of this piece of music are constantly used in the series, usually in inappropriate settings; their first appearance was in the first sketch of the pilot programme inand during an Opportunity Knocks spoof in the 3rd series Bill Oddie tries to tap-dance to them in what sound like hob-nailed : Sketch Comedy.
Cambridge Circus evolved into a radio show called I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again, which ran for 9 seasons on the BBC. Along with Cleese are Tim Brooke-Taylor, Graeme Garden, and Bill Oddie, also known as The Goodies. The comedy is amazing, bright, 5/5(1). The title of the show comes from a sentence commonly used by BBC newsreaders following an on-air blooper: “I’m sorry, I’ll read that again.” Having the phrase used to recover from a mistake as the title of the show set the tone for the series as.
The title of the show comes from a sentence commonly used by BBC newsreaders following an on-air blooper: “I’m sorry, I’ll read that again.” Having the phrase used to recover from a mistake as the title of the show set the tone for the series as an irreverent and loosely-produced comedy show.
Getting Crap Past the Radar: Many, many times, the most notable being the numerous jokes about masochism and other sexual deviance.; Hurricane of Puns: Many times.; Impossible Insurance: In one sketch, a character buys a ridiculously-specific insurance policy that will only pay out if he's trampled by a herd of bison in the middle of he is explaining to a skeptical friend (while.
I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again and Monty Python Stuff from the revue Cambridge Circus was recycled for ISIRTA and Python - read Roger Wilmut's From Fringe to Flying Circus about the "Oxbridge mafia" - includes stuff on other pre-Rython : Pismotality.
Cambridge Circus I'm Sorry, I'll Read That Again Round the Horne ( Frankie Howerd - Show/Memoirs) Just a Minute ( Stop Messing About). I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again was billed as 'a radio custard pie' this show ran for 8 years and starred Greame Garden, Tim Brooke-Taylor, Bill Oddie, John 'Otto' Cleese, Jo Kendall and David.
Buy Cambridge Circus / I'm Sorry, I'll Read That Again by Cleese, John, Oddie, Bill, Brooke-Taylor, Garden (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday Format: Audio Cassette. im sorry ill read that again; Thanks Cambridge Circus. Originating at the Cambridge University Footlights Club, the group and idea in general, sprang from the revue entitled "A Clump of Plinths".
The show was a melange of silly voices, awful puns, and mildly smutty humor, in no particular order, with the audience controlling most of the. I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again was billed as 'a radio custard pie' this show ran for 8 years and starred Graeme Garden, Tim Brooke-Taylor, Bill Oddie, John 'Otto' Cleese, Jo Kendall and David.
The show sprang from the undergraduate revues, with the pilot of the series being a recording of the West End show, Cambridge Circus, aired on the 30th December Cambridge Circus originated at the Cambridge University Footlights Club, and sprang from the revue entitled "A Clump of Plinths".
The radio series I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again was created by the Cambridge Circus team in It spawned The Goodies and I'm Sorry I Haven't A Author: Philip Hope-Wallace. This is 'I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again', an extravaganza especially written for the wireless by several persons, and featuring a number of performers.
'I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again was a popular BBC Sketch Comedy show which ran between andwith a one-off "25th anniversary" show in Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Cambridge Circus at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5(1).
I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again originated as the Cambridge University Footlights show Cambridge Circus. The show's title came from a phrase commonly used by BBC newsreaders after a stumble or mistake, and established the series' irreverent tone.5/5(1). After a Pilot show broadcast in under the title “Cambridge Circus”, I’m Sorry i’ll read That Again ran for nine series across various BBC Radio stations between and An hour long 25th anniversary show was broadcast in A spin off show I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue started in and is still running to this day.
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A classic collection of vintage comedy I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again, starring John Cleese, Tim Brooke-Taylor, Graeme Garden, David Hatch, Jo Kendall and Bill Oddie.
Graham Chapman, Eric Idle, Jonathan Lynn and others. He toured extensively with the revue, Cambridge Circus, before moving into television. show more. that's too long","bd Author: Graeme Garden. Listen free to I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again – I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again (Opening Credits, Critics and more).
8 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts. Further information about Kendall can be found in the books: From Fringe to Flying Circus — 'Celebrating a Unique Generation of Comedy ' — Roger Wilmut, Eyre Methuen Ltd, The Clue Bible — 'The Fully Authorised History of I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue from Footlights to Mornington Crescent' — Jem Roberts, Preface, So.The show would also spin-off an unscripted panel show in called I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue, which has run continuously until the present and has been named the second funniest radio show Author: Ramsey Ess.I'm Sorry, I'll Read That Again Last updated Febru I'm Sorry, I'll Read That Again; Genre: Sketch Comedy.