Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman present a celebrity version of the general knowledge quiz in which contestants try to come up with the answers that nobody else could think of.
Have I Got News for You
Hilarious, totally-irreverent, near-slanderous political quiz show, based mainly on news stories from the last week or so, that leaves no party, personality or action unscathed in pursuit of laughs.
A League of Their Own
Two teams comprised of comedians, celebrities and sports stars compete against each other in a test of their sporting knowledge, taking place over three rounds.
Insert Name Here
Comedy panel show about people with the same first name, hosted by Sue Perkins.
Comedy quiz show full of quirky facts, in which contestants are rewarded more if their answers are 'quite interesting'.
Academic quiz show where teams of students from UK universities answer questions on all manner of subjects.
The Big Fat Quiz of the Year
Presenter Jimmy Carr oversees a panel of top-name celebrities in this year end quiz show where they compete to see who can answer the most questions correctly.
Quiz show in which the 30 contestants competing across the series must avoid giving impossible answers to give themselves a chance of winning £10,000.
America's favorite quiz show where contestants are presented with general knowledge clues in the form of answers, and must phrase their responses in question form.
Billy on the Street
Funny Or Die’s Billy on the Street is an American comedy game show on the Fuse TV television network, hosted by Billy Eichner, where Billy goes out to the streets of New York and ask pedestrians questions about pop culture. Known games are "For A Dollar" and "Quizzed in the Face". Billy is also the Executive Producer and creator of the show. On July 16th, 2013, the series was renewed for a third season.
Get ready for BOOM!, the new game show that fuses family entertainment with the thrill and intensity of a blockbuster action movie. Full of comedy, color, tension and excitement, BOOM! is a general knowledge quiz show that challenges teams of three players to defuse the game show’s ticking slime-bombs, by cutting the wires relating to the correct answers and leaving the wrong answers untouched. Get it right – and the players win big money. Get it wrong – and, after a tense countdown, the slime-bombs detonate, showering the players – and portions of the audience – with mystery goop that could be anything from guacamole to mashed potatoes, forcing the players out of the game.
Match of the Day 2
A light-hearted look at the United Kingdom's Premier League action, rounding-up the weekend's football action.
Match of the Day
Match of the Day is the BBC's main football television programme. Typically, it is shown on BBC One on Saturday evenings during the English football season, showing highlights of the day's matches in English football's top division, the Premier League. It is one of the BBC's longest-running shows, having been on air since 22 August 1964, though it has not always been aired regularly. The programme is broadcast from MediaCityUK in Salford Quays on the banks of the Manchester Ship Canal in Greater Manchester. MOTD is presented by former England captain Gary Lineker, who is usually joined by England teammate and former Newcastle United captain Alan Shearer and Liverpool and Scotland defender Alan Hansen as well as Mark Lawrenson. Over the years many famous and respected sports broadcasters have fine-tuned their skills on the programme, including Kenneth Wolstenholme, David Coleman, Barry Davies, John Motson, Jimmy Hill and Des Lynam.
My Parents Are Aliens
My Parents Are Aliens is a British children's television sitcom that was produced for eight series by Yorkshire Television and aired on ITV from 8 November 1999 to 18 December 2006.
Pointless is a quiz show produced by Endemol UK for the BBC, hosted by Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman. The show is unique in that it tasks players with finding obscure answers to questions and trying to obtain a low score. The series began airing on BBC Two on 24 August 2009, and was later moved to BBC One in 2011. To date, there have been nine series, plus four celebrity series. A record jackpot of £24,750 was won by David and Jonathan in the episode first transmitted on Friday 8 March 2013.
ChuckleVision is a British comedy television series shown mainly on BBC One and CBBC channel. New episodes are always first aired on BBC One, and occasionally episodes are shown on BBC Two. The first episode was shown on 26 September 1987. ChuckleVision focusses on Paul & Barry Chuckle and follows them throughout various comical situations. The twenty-first series of ChuckleVision was broadcast in December 2009 on BBC One. A 3D movie was also in production and was set to possibly be released in late 2012, however it has since been confirmed that the funding for this is no longer available.
The Basil Brush Show
The Basil Brush Show was a British children's television sitcom series, starring the glove puppet fox, Basil Brush. It was produced for six series by The Foundation, airing on CBBC from 4 October 2002 to 21 December 2007. The show is a spin-off from the original 1960's/1970's BBC television series, but without any of the original cast.
The Kenny Everett Television Show
Sketch comedy show starring Kenny Everett.
Hi-de-Hi! is a British sitcom set in Maplins, a fictional holiday camp, during 1959 and 1960, and was written by Jimmy Perry and David Croft, who also wrote Dad's Army and It Ain't Half Hot Mum amongst others. It aired on the BBC from 1980 to 1988. The title was the phrase used to greet the campers and in early episodes was written Hi de Hi. The series revolved around the lives of the camp's management and entertainers, most of them struggling actors or has-beens. The inspiration was the experience of writers Perry and Croft: after being demobilised from the Army, Perry was a Redcoat at Butlins, Pwllheli during the holiday season. The series gained large audiences and won a BAFTA as Best Comedy Series in 1984. In 2004, it came 40th in Britain's Best Sitcom and in a 2008 poll on Channel 4, Hi-de-Hi! was voted the 35th most popular comedy catchphrase.