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The W Three Show - 1980 Final

Television (Full Length Episode) – 1980

Michelle
Michelle
6 Feb 2020 - 09.32pm
I was in the semi-finals - beat a boy from Kings College?? His mum was very cross about it in the green room afterwards. Max Cryer was lovely. Must have been 1981 I think. Those were the days...
Jane
Jane
4 Jul 2012 - 08.55pm
I competed on the show in 1986, which was the last year it was broadcast (I think). Our quiz master was Peter Hawes. I won two heats, then lost the regional (CHCH) final to a kid who went on to the national final and won. My prizes were a bit lame by today's standards: a big digital watch and a chunky digital alarm clock. Aaaaand I managed to top the "nerd" status by slapping myself in the face when missing an easy question. Yep, good way to earn cool points (not).
Raymond
Raymond
26 Mar 2012 - 09.25am
I'm looking for the piano sheet music from the show theme. Can anyone help me there?
Loui
Loui
30 Jan 2012 - 05.22am
Enjoyed this show as a kid. Some of those questions were really hard--how many Intermediate kids knew Latin phrases and Shakespeare's plays?
Even less would know today…
The show was low-key but entertaining all the same, not like the totally over the top quiz shows we get today. Thanks for sharing this.
Frank
Frank
23 Oct 2011 - 12.02am
This was one of my favourite shows growing up.
Peter
Peter
27 May 2011 - 05.51pm
This show was awesome - I still have my Oxford Concise Dictionary signed by Selwyn Toogood from December 1983.
peter grattan
4 Feb 2011 - 04.45pm
Nice little show! I enjoyed directing the 1981 series, a pleasure to work with Relda... and Lockwood... and Max.
Guy
Guy
29 Jan 2011 - 07.54am
faster on that buzzer Tom ! You should do this Quiz thing more often....
Noizy
Noizy
28 Jan 2011 - 09.15pm
Tom, robbed!
Mike Riversdale
28 Jan 2011 - 08.00pm
Nice to @badtom in early quiz action
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