If you could choose your own personal Seven Wonders of the World, what would they be? the host of Whose Line Is It Anyway, Talks Back and Loose Ends, Clive Anderson, is set to embark on a tour with the live version of his hit podcast My Seven Wonders.

The show is a live version of his hit podcast format, in which he invites different guests daily to choose their own personal wonders of the world – his previous guests have included Shaparak Khorsandi, Stephen Fry and Dara O’Brian. Nothing is off-limits, with interviewees able to choose anything and everything – from unbelievable culinary delights to spectacular spots around the world, to people they admire. Each guest guides us through the why, the how and when of their seven passions.

An award-winning and versatile broadcaster and comedy writer, Anderson found success with stand-up comedy and script writing (even during his 15-year legal career!), before rising to fame as the host of Whose Line Is It Anyway? on radio and then television, earning him the 1991 British Comedy Award. Anderson spearheaded through ten series of Clive Anderson Talks Back (Channel 4) and four series of Clive Anderson All Talk (BBC 1). Far from being a stranger to our TV screens, he made many guest appearances on shows such as Have I Got News For You, QI, Mock the Week, Countdown and Fighting Talk, as well as presenting several other TV and radio programmes. Anderson hosted a range of other programmes covering current affairs, sport, science, history, music, art, and literature, including 2 seasons of Mystic Britain in 2019. He currently presents Loose Ends and Unreliable Evidence (both BBC Radio 4). Clive has presented a number of live events and award ceremonies for BAFTA, LondonEvening Standard, Chortle, and the Olivier Awards in London and overseas. Clive Anderson’s much acclaimed performance in Whose Line Is It Anyway? won him a BAFTA award in 1990. A year later, he won both Top Entertainment Presenter and Top Radio Comedy Personality awards at the British Comedy Awards.

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Thursday 4 April Maidenhead: Norden Farm
Friday 19 April Bridport: Electric Palace
Friday 3 May Monmouth: Savoy Theatre
Thursday 6 June Milton Keynes: The Stables
Friday 14 June Winchester: Theatre Royal
Thursday 27 June Farnham: Maltings
Wednesday 3 July Colchester: Arts Centre
Thursday 4 July Chipping Norton: Theatre

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