I was rather hoping that someone posted this last week and I missed it - but it seems not. Still, I feel the need to celebrate him. He was such an amazing talent - I know he had a good innings (86) but I stil feel the world is a slightly sadder place without him. Listening to I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue with my parents was pretty much my first introduction to grown up comedy and I'm fairly certain it helped shape my sense of humour. Then later in life I discovered his music too. :smile: Obituary: Humphrey Lyttelton | Media | guardian.co.uk And for those of you wondering 'who the hell?', slighty more background: Humphrey Lyttelton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia RIP, Humph.