Caught in the Act

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Particularly noted for its highly irritating use of comedy sound effects.
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THE CONCEPT: Every so often a broadcaster stumbles across a winning  
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million people watched every episode! Truly, another world.
million people watched every episode! Truly, another world.
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Current revision as of 21:31, 8 November 2018

Contents

Host

Shane Richie

Broadcast

Action Time for BBC1, 10 January to 27 March 1992 (10 episodes in 1 series)

Synopsis

The BBC's "me-too!" answer to ITV's vastly successful You've Been Framed!, this never really took off.

People sent in their home videos, people representing nine of the videos faced off in three semi-finals of sorts with the audience voting on their favourite. They then, we think, voted on an ultimate winner from the three heats with a prize going to the winner.

Particularly noted for its highly irritating use of comedy sound effects.

Inventor

Names have been removed to protect the guilty.

Videos


Here's a full episode that you'd rather forget than remember.

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