The popular Radio 4 show will air ten special episodes to mark its 45th anniversary, the BBC announced today.
Host Nicholas Parsons will present the television programmes, while regular guests like Paul Merton are expected to take part alongside new players.
Just A Minute challenges contestants to speak on a particular subject for 60 seconds without hesitation, repetition or deviation.
"After 45 years of chairing Just A Minute on the radio, I am very excited to be hosting these special celebratory episodes for BBC Two," Parsons said. "I'm sure they will be popular with the show's many fans and hopefully with a few new ones as well."
Meanwhile, BBC's controller of daytime Liam Keelan said he is "absolutely thrilled" about bringing the show to TV, saying: "I know it's something that daytime viewers and fans of the radio series will love to see."
The ten Just A Minute episodes will be filmed next month and will air over two weeks on BBC Two daytime early next year.
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