Featuring the very talented musician & raconteur Humphrey Lyttelton with Karen Sharp, Jimmy Hastings, Ray Wordsworth, Ted Beament, Adrian Macintosh & John Rees-Jones
Humphrey Lyttelton is today busier than ever. His band, one of the most versatile in the world, still tours regularly. Every Monday night since 1967 has found him on BBC Radio Two, purveying 'The Best Of Jazz' on record.
Nowadays, when people say 'I enjoy your radio show?', they are as likely to mean the anarchic BBC panel game 'I'm Sorry I haven't A Clue', in which he has played the role of reluctant chairman since 1972, and which won the Sony Gold Award for the best radio comedy show in 1995 and again in 2002 and 2004.
As a freelance journalist, he has written restaurant reviews for Harpers & Queen, humorous articles for Punch and the British Airways Highlife magazine, as well as numerous articles on jazz. He has written seven books and composed over two hundred tunes which have been recorded by his band.
Added by mavit on June 15, 2005