Click for larger image Play Your Cards Right
1983
Click for larger image HIGHER........LOWER Bruce Forsyth hosts the quiz where the turn of a card could win you a car. The series was revived in the '90's and 2002 and even was used by Ant and Dec on their Gameshow Marathon in 2005.

Click for larger image Play Your Cards Right
1996
Click for larger image The long-running gameshow in which married couples hope to win big if they play their cards right.

Click for larger image Pointless
2010
Click for larger image No jokes about this programme being pointless - honest - because being pointless is the name of the game.

Click for larger image Pokerface
2006
Bluffing your opponents quiz with Ant and Dec.

Click for larger image Pop Idol
2003
Click for larger image right clip - American Idol

Click for larger image Pop Quiz
1983
Click for larger image Once upon a time, a mulleted Radio One DJ called Mike Reid hosted this ratings winning quiz show which regularly saw pop stars answering music related questions.  Regularly attracting 10 million viewers, the penultimate episode in 1984 saw Duran Duran and Spandau Ballet battle it out to be crowned kings of the pop quiz.

Click for larger image Popstar to Operastar
2010
Click for larger image The title says it all really.

Click for larger image The Price Is Right
1984
Click for larger image The first big money gameshow on ITV, hosted by Leslie Crowther.

Click for larger image The Price Is Right
1986
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Click for larger image The Price is Right
2006
Click for larger image Household favourite Joe Pasquale takes over the reins from Bruce Forsyth on "Britains Brightest Gameshow".  All the favourite games of old such as "Plinko" are there, as well as some new ones.  The voice overs were provided by Mike Hurley and more recently Peter Dixon.

Click for larger image Punch Lines
24.12.1983
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Click for larger image Push The Button
2010
Click for larger image ITV's latest vehicle for Ant and Dec.

Click for larger image The Pyramid Game
1980s
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