NOTICE HOW all these “YOU…” shows have bloody exclamation marks in… Anyway. This was basically a giant in-studio Snakes and Ladders game show in which teams of stage school kids competed against each other for “fame”. A clapometer was used to determine the number of moves, after a group from one team had performed an act. “Fame” quotient measured, logically, in Blackpool rock. Hosted by an impoverished COLIN BENNETT as the oleaginous Butlin’s reject Vince Purity. Weird career curve, has our Mr. Bennett. Theatrical background (produced a musical of Nillson’s infamous “The Point” – the story of Oblio, a bloke with a round head in a land of pointy-headed people, songs like “Me And My Arrow…” etc.) Moved into TV as presenter and writer, most famously for Luna, but also such stuff as bizarre and diverse as Captain Zep, Roland Rat, Women of a Certain Age, Panda Pete, Headfirst, Greetings from England, Little Thistle, Tricky Business, Robo Pigeon (yeah), Fantasy Five, It’s Weird, etc. etc. Whatever they are. Also the model railway fanatic in the non-classic Yellow Pages “R186 signal box” ad, as well as dad in one of those “There may be trouble ahead” insurance ads.