Paddy's Show and Telly

Paddy's Show and Telly is a British one-off game show that aired two editions on ITV on 29 December 2011 and 22 December 2012, hosted by Paddy McGuinness.

Paddy's Show and Telly
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Presented byPaddy McGuinness
Country of originUnited Kingdom
Original language(s)English
No. of episodes2
Production
Production location(s)BBC Television Centre
Running time60 minutes (inc. adverts)
Production company(s)Twofour and GroupM
DistributorITV Studios
Release
Original networkITV, STV, UTV
Picture format16:9
Original release29 December 2011 (2011-12-29) –
22 December 2012 (2012-12-22)

FormatEdit

The format of the show involves three rounds, and three different teams. The first round features a board which contains six different categories. Each team must pick one of the categories, and thus, must answer one major question on the subject. They are then asked three sub-related questions, and overall, can earn up to a total of forty points.

The second round involves a telly carousel, which contains twelve different video clips from programmes. Paddy begins by starting the carousel, and when it stops, each team are asked to watch the clip and answer four questions on it. Thus, another forty points are on offer. The team with the fewest points at the end of round two are eliminated.

The final round involves Paddy's planner, where the two remaining teams go head-to-head by answering a series of questions based on programmes featured in an interactive Sky television planner. The team who answer the most questions correctly in the final round are awarded £20,000.

EpisodesEdit

Key      Team came 1st place      Team came 2nd place      Team came 3rd place
Original Air Date Blue Team Green Team Pink Team
29 December 2011 Anton du Beke & Russell Grant1 Melanie Sykes & Michelle Collins Mark Wright & Crissy Rock
22 December 2012 Denise van Outen & Nicky Byrne Antony Cotton & Chris Fountain2 Nicholas Owen & Kate Garraway

1Team won the jackpot of £20,000 for Sparks and Alzheimer's Society
2Team won the jackpot of £20,000 for The Terrence Higgins Trust and British Heart Foundation

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