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List of games on I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue

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This is a list of games featured on BBC Radio 4's long-running "antidote to panel games", I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue. Some are featured more frequently than others. Ad-Lib Poetry The host gives a line of a poem, and each panelist has to continue the poem, continuing to speak until a buzzer sounds, at which point it goes to the next panelist. Tim Brooke-Taylor is reported to have expressed a strong hatred for this game. Backwards A song is played backwards, and the panelist has to guess what the song is. The Bad-Tempered Clavier Panellists attempt to sing a song perfectly in tune while Colin Sell plays wrong notes, changes key and changes tempo. The name is a play on The Well-Tempered Clavier, and the game is identical to an exercise used by the father of the composer Charles Ives to train his son. Points are deducted from players who attempt to sing with their fingers in both ears. Blues Each team has to improvise a blues song on a topic given
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