ITV return to a Gameshow Marathon style series with Alan Carr and his Epic Gameshow
One to Watch: This TV time machine takes viewers back to a classic year to recall some of the most-loved shows in television history.
One to Watch: Challenge, the game show network, tonight will celebrate the late Jim Bowen with a rerun of their Bullseye documentary, followed by some classic episodes.
The series, which was launched by ATV back in 1981, could be making a return to screens with a new run of episodes.
As Sky Sports celebrates 25 years of broadcasting the World Darts Championship, the broadcaster has announced a new deal to keep the coverage on screens for another seven years.
It became one of ITV’s most successful weekend game shows, based around darts and general knowledge, and with reruns of the show still pulling in the viewers to Challenge; Bullseye is celebrating a very happy 35th anniversary since the first ATV produced episode aired back on September 28th 1981.
Following the success of Sky’s recent Bullseye documentary series, looking back at the iconic ITV darts gameshow, Sky 1 is to air an all-new darting experience with One Hundred and Eighty.
It became one of ITV’s most successful weekend game shows, based around darts and general knowledge, and with reruns of the show still pulling in the viewers to Challenge; the quiz channel is to air a retrospective documentary looking back at the series.
In a video to mark the 30th anniversary of the death of ATV Network pioneer Noele Gordon, the demise of Studio One is recorded with one last performance.
It’s been in the planning for over a decade, now finally the former ATV Centre site in Birmingham, home to ATV and later Central Television, has taken a significant step forward with a planning application submitted for the first building.