panel game

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panel game

n (Brit) → quiz m inv a squadre
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the opener, Ant and Dec welcome the first wave of wannabe stars as they show off NINJA WARRIOR UK ITV, 7pm Keen to prove there's more to them than just dating shows with Paddy McGuinness and panel games with Keith Lemon, ITV have pulled out a few stops this week with a string of new series.
A night of sketches, panel games and silliness sees the greats of the sporting world - from the England football team through to Olympic legends such as Linford Christie - come together with the country's best entertainers, such as the Ab Fab crew, Britain's Got Talent team and Strictly stars, in order to raise money for good causes.
The Angelos Neil Epithemiou Show (Channel 4, 9pm) THERE was a time when Shooting Stars was one of the best comedy panel games on the box, partly thanks to a heady mix of great guests, surreal challenges and George Dawes (Matt Lucas), the man/baby who kept score on the drums.
Keith Lemon, aka Leigh Francis, has seen Celebrity Juice become one of ITV2's biggest hits, while Dara O Briain, Lee Mack, Jack Whitehall and Rob Brydon have proved consistently entertaining on assorted panel games.
Robinson - who had been ill for some time - made his name with a string of BBC radio and TV quizzes and panel games including Call My Bluff and Ask The Family.
Panel games looked like a pretty tired genre in 1993.
As well as personal recollections of her performances, there are her own reminiscences of being a film extra, the recording of a play, appearing as a contestant in TV panel games, together with short extracts from her writing much of which was tailored for women's groups.
ONE of radio's best-loved panel games returns to the region in January with Sandi Toksvig in the chair for I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue.
QI BBC2, 10pm One of Danny Baker's greatest strengths, aside from being a fine DJ, is his ability to pep up panel games.
Shooting Stars (BBC Two Wales, tomorrow, 10pm) * PANEL games looked like a pretty tired genre when Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer unveiled a pilot offering for their series Shooting Stars back in '93.
David Mitchell, far right, has rarely been off the box over the past few years, either providing voice overs for assorted adverts or cropping up in countless panel games.
I'd been a guest on a couple of panel games and thought it was a good idea," he says of I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue's inception in 1972.