What are you doing with my Christmas present to Mrs Naughtie? A book of the complete scripts from all three series plus the Hogmanay and Burns Night specials was published in hardback by Preface Publishing on 28 August entitled The Doings of Hamish and Dougal: The series has been described as "comedy genius" by the Daily Mail ,  as "reality-based comedy at its finest" by The Times ,  and as "basically The Beano with added smut" by The Independent. The quarter-hour episodes had a bit more structure to them, but still were basically vehicles for Incredibly Lame Puns and Double Entendres Graeme has said that the main change was that they had to decide once and for all who was Hamish [Barry] and who was Dougal [Graeme]. Graeme is half Scottish.
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Hamish and Dougal: You'll Have Had Your Tea
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Hamish And Dougal: You'll Have Had Your Tea
Why don't we do what other people do to while away a wet afternoon? Barry Cryer Graeme Garden.
I see xnd full moon and a lot of stars, each one in its proper place I am borderline having been born in Cumbria. One of the characters was originally called Angus. Get off that trapeze and call a proper witness!
BBC Radio 4 Extra - Hamish and Dougal: You'll Have Had Your Tea
You'll Have Had Your Tea? Radio 4 Appeal Test Match Special. In any case, Tim Rice has nothing to do with Cats. Seems a bit callous when we could be searching for Mrs Naughtie, but whatever you say, old friend. Can't I go back to being your housekeeper again?
That'll be because they have both hands free. Episodes were 15 minutes long and were extensions of the one-minute sketches. The spin-off show was named in reference to the fact that the characters' sketches on I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue began with a variant of the line "You'll have had your tea then, Hamish".
Graeme Garden and Barry Cryer had created the characters for the round "Sound Charades", allowing them to blether nonsense in cod-Scottish accents for a couple of minutes, while leading inexoriably to an Incredibly Lame Pun of the title they were supposed to be providing a clue for. I think you've got your Tims in a twist.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Are you up for it? No, that was the woman with hamsih big bottom who jumped out of helicopters. The series has been described as "comedy genius" by the Daily Mail as "reality-based comedy at its finest" by The Times and as "basically The Beano with added smut" by The Independent.
Hamish And Dougal: You'll Have Had Your Tea - Radio 4 Sitcom - British Comedy Guide
The Scotsman gave the series a negative review, with Robert McNeil describing the series as one in which "two clapped-out has-beens except they never-weres put on ridiculous Scottish voices and enact quasi-racist routines". You mean it isn't a completely innocent misunderstanding? In this round the title of a book or film has to be conveyed from one team to the other by means of a story; the result of the story is usually a pun on the title in question.
Oh Hamish, thanks to the other side's dirty tricks, I am Donald Ducked. The panellists Cryer and Garden often tell their story as Hamish and Dougal, who are two elderly Scottish gentlemen. Not the night before a Macathalon However, the characters didn't appear fully formed until the Christmas Special, when the duo gave the clue for 'The Queen's Peach'. This refers to an idiom used in Edinburgh where a visitor who has dropped in at "tea" a colloquial term for an evening meal is informed that the host does not intend to feed them.
Mrs Naughtie's pussy has often brought me out in a rash.