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Good, bad, and plain weird British TV shows
A run-down of all the TV shows listed so far at UK-TV.org. We'll be adding more classic British TV so do check back. Where available, we link to the show's official online game, board game, and merchandise.
Created in 1980 for American audiences, the UK version of Blockbusters was first broadcast in 1983. Bob Holness was the original, and for many fans the ONLY presenter. Bob hosted the first ten series of Blockbusters and also a 1994 Sky One revival.
Relive the glory days of Blockbusters and gold runs with our trip down memory lane. Still shown on Challenge TV, Blockbusters holds a fond spot in the memories of UK TV quiz fans and can be enjoyed today as a board game and online slot.
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Probably the best darts-based UK TV quiz show ever made, Bullseye is as popular today as it's ever been, thanks to much appreciated endless repeats on Challenge TV. Here you can read facts and trivia about the iconic television show, buy the Bullseye board game, and play the official Bullseye online slot. You can't beat a bit of bully!
Bullseye ran from 1981 to 1995 presented by legendary duo Jim Bowen and Tony Green. The show was revived in 2006 with a new series presented by Dave Spikey, who had appeared as a Bullseye contestant in the 1980's. Tony Green returned to co-present the new series.
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Deal Or No Deal
We've got the next best thing to being a contestant on the TV show - no less than six online Deal Or No Deal games, facts and trivia, and a fun board game. If that's not enough for you, chances are there's at least one DOND fruit machine in your local pub!
First broadcast in 2005, Deal Or No Deal was an instant hit. Presented by Noel Edmonds since the beginning, the game show is a triumphant return to television screens for the presenter following a break of more than six years.
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Wheel Of Fortune
Not very different to hangman, Wheel Of Fortune is addictive viewing no matter who's presenting. Often to be seen on Challenge TV, Wheel Of Fortune is available to enjoy as an online game and official board game.
Originally broadcast on UK TV between 1988 and 2001, the British version of Wheel Of Fortune had a few different presenters throughout its run. Nicky Campbell had by far the longest innings and was the original host, presenting from 1988 to 1996.
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