BBC: Call My Bluff
A game show than ran from 1965 to 1988 started by Frank Muir, Arthur Marshall and Robert Morley with questions and answers designed to trick fellow contestants.
BBC: The Apprentice
A BAFTA winning reality game show where Lord Alan Sugar has candidates competing to win a £100,000 a year job or, in later series, a £250,000 business partnership with him.
A BBC comedy game show first shown in 1979 involving celebrities answering questions that involved filling in the missing word. Hosted by Terry Wogan.
A darts game played by non and professional players scoring to win prizes, hosted by comedian Jim Bowen known for his catch phrase "super, smashing, great".
The Golden Shot
A BBC game show running from 1967 to 1975 hosted by Bob Monkhouse and involving blidfolded contestants firing a crossbow referred to as "Bernie, the bolt".
Launched in 1972 with Magnus Magnusson. Details of past contestants, the history of the show and its future.
The Million Pound Drop
A Channel 4 show where contestants begin with £1 million and gamble on a series of questions. offers show details with frequently asked questions.
A BBC daytime quiz show where contestants attempt to score as few points as possible. Includes broadcast times and how to apply to go on the show.
The Price is Right
Running on and off from 1984 to 2007 involving contestants spinning a wheel and guessing the price of prizes to win. Past hosts included Leslie Crowther, Bruce Forsyth and Joe Pasquale.
A comprehensive A to Z of current and past gameshows broadcasted in the UK.
Offers an introduction to the show and its history with behind the scene extras, FAQ and past results.
Hosted by Anne Robinson providing quick-fire questions eliminating one player at the end of each round.