How can you describe one Clue differently from another? They are all consistently excellent, all equally zany and hilarious and Humph is as ever deliberately dizzy, making the listener laugh with tears. The format never changes, the loony games just get sillier and the highlight for the audience at the recordings (judging by the raucous whoops and cheers) is forever "Mornington Crescent." This 2+ hours of four programmes also has a fond introductory eulogy by Ned Sherrin for Willie Rushton's final broadcast, made just a couple of days before he was taken to the great Clue Upstairs. It was never the same again and, quite rightly, there has never been a permanent replacement for Willie's chair. Makes this volume all the more poignant, all the more special for this evergreen comedy, now (2011) in its 54th series. Enjoy!