Well, there's Nicholas Parsons, obviously. Tarby and Lynchy are always good for a laugh. We also hear that David Mellor is good value for money these days. But if you're not sold on this bunch of chancers, it's worth considering Miles Calcraft Briginshaw Duffy's chief executive, Helen Calcraft. She may not be as famous as, say, Stephen Fry, for amusing post-prandial chit-chat. Nevertheless, Calcraft's reputation as a spectacular live act is steadily growing.
It all started at last week's WACL forum, during which 12 members of the sisterhood were asked to share their experiences via 15-minute speeches.
Up stepped Sky's Dawn Airey, who decided to throw the stopwatch out of the window, delivering a gargantuan address that clocked in at around the three-quarters-of-an-hour mark.
"Follow that," the crowd seemed to say in a hushed whisper. Well, follow it Calcraft did.
As she mounted the stage and began to orate on the subject of integrity, some members of the audience couldn't help but notice something different about Helen. Was it her hair? Was it her tan? Was it the fact that she was dressed as a nun? Ah yes, that'll be it.
The point of Calcraft's speech was that women in advertising should not let their male colleagues push them around. To exemplify this, she explained how she had once dealt with a male boss during her time at Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO.
The man in question had just promoted Calcraft to account director and thought it prudent to advise her that she ought to get her hair cut, as her present style made her look as if she had just been fucked.
How did Calcraft respond to this ill-judged comment, the audience wondered.
"I told him to kiss my arse," she said, before lifting up her habit and showing the entire forum her posterior.
Simple, dramatic, effective. Point well made, Helen.
Rumour has it that Calcraft has since been booked up for Jonathon Ross, Michael Parkinson and Today with Des and Mel.