Recorded on Monday, the 4th of June 2007 at the Millennium Centre in Cardiff and first broadcast on Monday, the 18th of June 2007. (Repeated on the 24th of June.)
Chair: Humphrey Lyttelton Pianist: Colin Sell Scorer: Samantha Producer: Jon Naismith Programme Consultant: Iain Pattinson


Barry Cryer and Graeme Garden   -v-   Tim Brooke-Taylor and Rob Brydon

Humphrey Lyttelton "Evidence that the Welsh settled in America was discovered in 1792 by the English explorer Stanley Richardson, who found a tribe of fair skinned, blue eyed, people who lived in wigwams and spoke a form of Welsh. Although they only did that when he turned up."
Round 1: Uxbridge English Dictionary
Tim Brooke-Taylor "Suitable : A cow" Graeme Garden "Kneepads : Scottish turnip commercials"
Barry Cryer "Pastiche : What Sean Connery eatsh in Cornwall" Rob Brydon "Dictophone : Someone you don't like calling"


Round 2: One Song to the Tune of Another
Tim Brooke-Taylor Teenage Dirtbag  to the tune of The Ash Grove Barry Cryer A Walk On The Wild Side  to the tune of We'll Meet Again
Rob Brydon Anarchy In The U.K.  to the tune of Just When I Needed You Most Graeme Garden Shaddup You Face  to the tune of Morning Has Broken


Round 3: DIY Drama   70s Cop Show
Humphrey Lyttelton "The seventies were much simpler times, long before the age of the hoodie and the ASBO. These days it's even necessary to send grumpy grannies to prison, though I notice that that eighty-five year old who was put away successfully appealed against her sentence, and had it reduced from six months to life."


Round 4: Compressed Works
Rob Brydon Tim Brooke-Taylor Waiting For Godot Barry Cryer Graeme Garden King Lear Barry Cryer Graeme Garden Die Hard Rob Brydon Tim Brooke-Taylor Pirates of the Caribbean Barry Cryer Graeme Garden Lord of the Rings


Round 5: 84 Chicken Cross Road
Barry Cryer Graeme Garden Lord Cardigan Rob Brydon Tim Brooke-Taylor Florence Nightingale


Round 6: Corner Shop   Ornithologists' Corner Shop
Rob Brydon "PG Tits" Barry Cryer "Lap Wing Su Cheung" Graeme Garden "Under arm cormorant" Tim Brooke-Taylor "Sanitary owls with wings"


Humphrey Lyttelton "… as the florist of time takes a daffodil out of her vase, and the greengrocer of fate takes a leek out of his window …"