Hear Humph and the team setting up before and after a recording, catch the jokes intended only for the theatre audiences (including the naughty bits!), listen to Barry and Graeme as "Alec & Denzil", early ancestors of their much-loved Hamish & Dougal creations, and thrill to Jeremy Hardy's first ever attempt at singing on the programme.
Clue producer Jon Naismith introduces each programme, with additional material provided by Mrs Trellis of North Wales. Warning: contains some swearing!
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"Bring me the un-edited head of Alfredo Garcia"
As an avid listener of ISIHAC this was a joy to listen to. Apart from the fact that you get 2 full shows these unedited versions (which include pre-show chat, re-takes and a a great scene setting preamble from the producer) offer a great insight to what it is like to be in audience on the night the show is taped.
It was great to hear Willy Rushton on the panel (I had not been a listener when he was originally on the team) and apart from the fact that it is still consistently the funniest thing on the radio the candid moments add a new level of enjoyment to the programme.
I hope this is the first of many such 'Live' releases as I can't wait to hear more.
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