Ross King (programme)

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Ross King


BBC1, early 1990s


Actually it was only really called Ross King, but that would mess our software up. This was an ingenious way to provide gameshow entertainment and link programmes together AT THE SAME TIME! Each day, a celebrity would come in and help two people (each located at their local BBC studio and playing by satellite) play a game. Whoever did the best could win £1,000 if they could answer enough questions (memorably written 15 minutes before the show to maintain topicality) about the events written about in the day's papers within a minute (eight or ten, we think it was).

Theme music

We don't know, but BBC1 Daytime used a variation of its bouncy yet highly repetitive theme throughout most of the nineties.

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