THE SECOND, and undoubtedly the greatest, instalment of PAUL DANIELS's great Beeb game show trilogy (alongside ODD ONE OUT and WIPEOUT), this...
PAUL DANIELS haunted this grim quiz
YEAH YEAH, "turkey" and all that, but there was much more to it than that.
Are you enjoying the re-runs of Bob’s Full House on Challenge as much as we are? (That’s every Saturday at 8pm) In...
Here's the man's finest hour
We know how many blueberries he has for breakfast, but will you be able to unlock The Da Brucie Code? It's today's...
"I LIKE IT!"
DESPITE LATTERDAY APPROPRIATION BY lazy stand-ups, this is still a sleeping giant as far as fondly-remembered classics go
THIS AND SALE OF THE CENTURY were the only times the rest of the country ever willingly sat down to watch Anglia's...
PAN-CONTINENTAL LATE 80s joke, mainly thanks to ludicrously ambitious Euro-harmony raison d'etre, and much-derided sub-Wogan compere HENRY KELLY.
ONE-TIME NORTH WEST-ONLY, then nationwide, shamblathon hosted by the mighty STUART HALL (in contractual obligation mode).
IMPOSSIBLE TO DISLIKE monochrome-gridded semantic chicanery helmed by first by BARRY CRYER (in mid-black, mid-white hair phase) then the great TOM O'CONNOR.
WORD GAME (as they so often were) favoured mainly by senior citizens (both watching at home and playing in the studio).
"TOP, MIDDLE OR BOTTOM?"
SUPERLATIVE GREY CELLS weeknight workout, hosted by the unflappable Uncle GORDON BURNS in a quest to find "the UK's superperson".
IT CAME from Norwich.
Brucie follows Morecambe and Wise to ITV
BRIEF BUT not brief enough Wednesday night quizzer
LIKE A PETULANT BOOMERANG this keeps coming back
SHORT-LIVED SATURDAY night "people show" from the South Bank
EMLYN HUGHES graduates from A QUESTION OF SPORT in order to host would-be cerebral early afternoon effort
BIZARRE ROBOT-MAN NICK "who hell he?" JACKSON was the original frontman for this remember-where-you-saw-the-prizes-and-match-up-a-pair-and-reveal-bits-of-Pippin-comic-style rebus win-a-pressure-cooker-themed Friday night quiz.
INITIALLY DON MOSS, then ventriloquist RAY "LORD CHARLES" ALAN, fronted this wordy afternoon quizfest
EARLY RUN-OUT for your blueprint Barrymore
HAND JIVER extraordinaire TED ROGERS flipped his wrists throughout this hour-long Spanish-derived mystery quiz
"GOOD EVENING folks!"
ANOTHER AFTERNOON vehicle for the redoubtable FRED "GAMBIT" DINENAGE.
OUR FIRST glimpse of "Noely" in primetime
QUITE POSSIBLY the dullest quiz show of all time.
CHIRPY, GAP-TOOTHED scouser JIMMY TARBUCK waffled chummily through this tatty provincial gamblo-general knowledge quiz.
BRIAN ROGERS-SATURATED variety show
UPMARKET RIDDLE-ME-REE business doled out in weekly 45 minute doses.
THE ONE stain on Brucie's CV.
L! I! N! G! O! ran the sub-Ottawan theme tune to this half-remembered, half-arsed bingo-based Thursday night quiz
BARELY-BELIEVABLE QUIZ quackery hosted by a bristling MATTHEW KELLY.
POSSIBLY THE only instance of a Japanese-originated format crossing over to the west.