Recorded on Tuesday, the 17th of June 2014 at the St George's Hall in Bradford and first broadcast on Monday, the 28th of July 2014.
Chair: Jack Dee Pianist: Colin Sell Scorer: Samantha Producer: Jon Naismith Programme Consultant: Iain Pattinson
 

Teams:

Barry Cryer and Graeme Garden   -v-   Tim Brooke-Taylor and Andy Hamilton

Jack Dee "A visit to Bradford's fine museum will reveal that the early history of the city is inextricably tied up with wool … so you can't read it."
Round 1: Down The Pan Alley   Films with an extra word in the title
Barry Cryer "Battle of Fern Britain" Tim Brooke-Taylor "Little Crack House On The Prairie" Andy Hamilton "Expenses Fiddler On The Roof" Graeme Garden "Cool Hand Doctor Luke"

 

Round 2: One Song to the Tune of Another
Tim Brooke-Taylor Sexual Healing to the tune of Oh, I Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside Andy Hamilton Knees Up Mother Brown to the tune of Jerusalem
Graeme Garden You've Lost That Loving Feeling to the tune of Scotland The Brave

 

Round 3: Gate   Criminals and Detectives
Jack Dee "According to our sister programme, Moneybox, our motor insurance premiums are going up because the companies say fraudulent claims cost them £800m per year, which makes you think they should consider not paying out on the fraudulent claims."
Andy Hamilton Tim Brooke-Taylor Tim and Andy are members of the FIFA committee Barry Cryer Graeme Garden Barry and Graeme devised the TV show Splash.

 

Round 4: Incomplete   Nursery rhymes from around the world
Jack Dee "We shouldn't be doing jokes about obese people, of course. They already have more than enough on their plate."

 

Round 5: 84 Chicken Cross Road
Barry Cryer Graeme Garden Julius Caesar Andy Hamilton Tim Brooke-Taylor Cleopatra

 

Round 6: Film Club   Monkey Film Club
Graeme Garden "She Wore A Yellow Gibbon" Barry Cryer "Clockwork Orang Utang" Tim Brooke-Taylor "The Greatest Ape" Andy Hamilton "Rhesus Christ, Super Star"

 

Jack Dee "… as the chicken of time crosses the road of destiny and thinks to itself, 'Does anyone really care why I did that?' …"