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Written by Aaron Brigatti  
Friday, 02 May 2008

Well having survived the majority of my first week back from holiday, May-Day was the D-Day for the third show of the current 35th series of 'Have I Got News For You' - a highly entertaining topical news quiz on BBC1 Prime-Time.

I had 4 tickets, and invited a few friends, unfortunately only one of them was able to attend in the end - but it was still okay. I managed to locate the place, as managed to use my GPS device on my Blackberry - at least I made some sort of use of this feature... Located at the London Studios (where GMTV is recorded) - SE1 9LT - it is still a difficult place to find - but I managed to get queued up about 1hr 20 mins before the studio doors opened.

The guest lead-chair was Brian Blessed - a fantastic character - and really made the shore recording enjoyable.

I think the only damp squid was this moroon sitting in front of us - who had such an annoying laugh - it was unbearable at times...I think the mature gentlemen let out the screams just so he could say "that noise was me" when the show went out. Prat! In fact, a few people around him were laughing AT him - if only he realised. Anyway, I guess that was part of the "fun" of these types of recordings - there is always one!

Anyway, having been a few times now (believe this was my forth time!), I still kept forgetting how long the recording lasted - I think we started around 7.30pm - and we got out around 9.45pm pm - that's a long time!

Took the train back from Waterloo to Clapham, and then onwards to Haywards Heath. Shame I had to work today! Ho-hum!!


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