It's Your Round

"It's Your Round" is a new comedy panel show where the format is simple: there is no format.

Instead, each of the panellists brings along their own round for the others to play.

So each show is untried, unpredictable and unique.

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The search for Britain's brightest pub quiz team, chaired by Peter White. This week, The Manor Arms, Clapham, take on a team from The Horse and Groom in Ramsgate. Producer Jon Naismith

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Unknown: Peter White.

Producer: Jon Naismith

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In the search for Britain's brightest pub quiz team, the Dever Arms take on the Prince Alfred at the Ship Inn, Owselbury. Peter White.is in the chair.

Producer Phil Bowker

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Producer: Phil Bowker

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Peter White travels to Liverpool to find Britain's brightest pub quiz team. The Empress and the Lee Arms take part in the world-famous Philharmonic Dining Rooms.

Producer Phil Bowker

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Unknown: Peter White

Producer: Phil Bowker

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Peter White chairs the last quarter-final as the Old Bull in Burnage meet the Cricketers from Old Trafford, Manchester. Producer Phil Bowker

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Forthe first semi-final, Peter White heads off to Liverpool where the Empress team take on the Old Bull in Burnage. Producer Phil Bowker

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Join Peter White in his search for Britain's brightest pub team as he travels to Winchester for the second semi-final in this series. Taking part are the King Alfred from Winchester and the Manor Arms from south London. Producer Phil Bowker

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The search for Britain's brightest pub team reaches its climax as two of Britain's top teams do battle to decide who will become It's Your Round Champion of 1993. Chairman Peter White. Producer Phil Bowker

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Unknown: Peter White.

Producer: Phil Bowker

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"It's Your Round" is a new comedy panel show where the format is simple: there is no format.

Instead, each of the panellists brings along their own round for the others to play.

So each show is untried, unpredictable and unique.

The panel for this first episode is Rufus Hound, Miles Jupp, Sara Pascoe and Adam Hills. Find out what hilarity ensues when each of them play the rounds they've brought along, variously entitled "Them Next Door", "What Does My Dad Know?", "Come To Romford!" and "Newspaper Headline or Cryptic Crossword Clue". All these games are untried, untested and unpredictable so it could all end in disaster. But that's all part of the fun.

Angus Deayton is the host valiantly trying to keep the show together.

Writers: Angus Deayton, Ged Parsons and Paul Powell

Devised by Benjamin Partridge

Producer: Sam Michell.

A panel show hosted by Angus Deayton but devised by the panellists.

A new panel show, hosted by Angus Deayton but devised by the panellists.

Angus Deayton is the host valliantly trying to keep the show together.

The panel for this first episode is Rufus Hound, Miles Jupp, Sara Pascoe and Adam Hills.

Find out what hilarity ensues when each of them play the rounds they've brought along, entitled "Them Next Door", "What Does My Dad Know?", "Come To Romford!" and "Newspaper Headline or Cryptic Crossword Clue".

Find out what hilarity ensues when each of them play the rounds they've brought along, variously entitled "Them Next Door", "What Does My Dad Know?", "Come To Romford!" and "Newspaper Headline or Cryptic Crossword Clue".

All these games are untried, untested and unpredictable so it could all end in disaster.

But that's all part of the fun.

A new panel show, hosted by Angus Deayton, devised by the panellists.

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Andy Parsons, Rebecca Front, Miles Jupp and Rick Wakeman devise the panel show's rounds.

"It's Your Round" is the comedy panel show where the format is simple: there is no format. Instead, each of the panellists has brought along their own round for the others to play, meaning that each show is unique, untried, and unpredictable.

This episode Andy Parsons, Rebecca Front, Miles Jupp and prog-rock legend, Rick Wakeman battle it out to see who can beat each other at their own games.

Enjoy the hilarity that ensues when each of them play the games they've brought along. Can the teams guess the concept for Rick's new prog rock album in his "What's The Concept?" round? And what happens when the teams have to play Andy's inventively titled "It's Not Your Round"? And would Rebecca Front like to marry Prince William? Find out the answers to these questions and more in this show.

Angus Deayton is the host valiantly trying to make sure everyone comes out of it with their reputations intact.

Writers: Angus Deayton and Paul Powell

Devised by Benjamin Partridge

Producer: Sam Michell.

Enjoy the hilarity that ensues when each of them play the games they've brought along.

Can the teams guess the concept for Rick's new prog rock album in his "What's The Concept?" round? And what happens when the teams have to play Andy's inventively titled "It's Not Your Round"? And would Rebecca Front like to marry Prince William? Find out the answers to these questions and more in this show.

The panel show, hosted by Angus Deayton, that's devised by the panellists themselves.

"It's Your Round" is the comedy panel show where the format is simple: there is no format.

Instead, each of the panellists has brought along their own round for the others to play, meaning that each show is unique, untried, and unpredictable.

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"It's Your Round" is the comedy panel show where the format is simple: there is no format. Instead, each of the panellists has brought along their own round for the others to play, meaning that each show is unique, untried, and unpredictable.

This episode Arthur Smith, Lucy Montgomery, Tom Wrigglesworth and Will Smith battle it out to see who can beat each other at their own games.

Find out the hilarity that ensues when each of them play the games they've brought along. What will Arthur make of Tom's "Re-wound, Sped Up Played Backwards"? How will Twitter-fan Will Smith get on with Lucy's "Twitter-witter-witter-who" game? And how much would it take for Tom Wrigglesworth to change his name to Adolf Hitler when he plays Arthur Smith's round?

Angus Deayton is the host valiantly trying to make sure everyone comes out of it with their reputations intact.

Writers: Angus Deayton and Paul Powell

Devised by Benjamin Partridge

Producer: Sam Michell.

The panel show, hosted by Angus Deayton, that is devised by the panellists themselves.

The panel show, hosted by Angus Deayton, that's devised by the panellists themselves.

Find out the hilarity that ensues when each of them play the games they've brought along.

What will Arthur make of Tom's "Re-wound, Sped Up Played Backwards"? How will Twitter-fan Will Smith get on with Lucy's "Twitter-witter-witter-who" game? And how much would it take for Tom Wrigglesworth to change his name to Adolf Hitler when he plays Arthur Smith's round?

"It's Your Round" is the comedy panel show where the format is simple: there is no format.

Instead, each of the panellists has brought along their own round for the others to play, meaning that each show is unique, untried, and unpredictable.

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Russell Kane, Josie Long, Alun Cochrane and Milton Jones devise the panel show's rounds.

"It's Your Round" is the comedy panel show where the format is simple: there is no format. Instead, each of the panellists has brought along their own round for the others to play, meaning that each show is unique, untried, and unpredictable.

This episode Foster's award winner in Edinburgh this year, Russell Kane, Josie Long, Alun Cochrane and Milton Jones battle it out to see who can beat each other at their own games.

Enjoy the hilarity that ensues when each of them play the games they've brought along. How will the teams fare when they play Russell Kane's "Mood News" round? What superhero would Milton Jones like to be? And what is josie Long's "Nine Previous Convictions" all about? Find out the answers to these questions and more in this show.

Angus Deayton is the host valiantly trying to make sure everyone comes out of it with their reputations intact.

Writers: Angus Deayton and Paul Powell

Devised by Benjamin Partridge

Producer: Sam Michell.

Enjoy the hilarity that ensues when each of them play the games they've brought along.

How will the teams fare when they play Russell Kane's "Mood News" round? What superhero would Milton Jones like to be? And what is Josie Long's "Nine Previous Convictions" all about? Find out the answers to these questions and more in this show.

"It's Your Round" is the comedy panel show where the format is simple: there is no format.

Instead, each of the panellists has brought along their own round for the others to play, meaning that each show is unique, untried, and unpredictable.

The panel show, hosted by Angus Deayton, that's devised by the panellists themselves.

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Tim Key, Micky Flanagan, Bridget Christie and Nick Hancock devise the panel show's rounds.

"It's Your Round" is the comedy panel show where each of the panellists tries to beat the others at their own games. All the panellists have brought along their own round for the others to play, meaning that each show is unique, untried, and unpredictable.

In this episode Tim Key, Micky Flanagan, Bridget Christie and Nick Hancock battle it out to see who can become It's Your Round champion for the week.

Enjoy the hilarity that ensues when each of them play the games they've brought along. What is Micky's "Cockney Rhyming Slang Charades" all about and is it any fun to play? Can anyone understand the rules to Tim's "No More Women"? And what is Bridget's idea of her "Fantasy Funeral"? Find out the answers to these questions, and more, in this show.

Angus Deayton is the host valiantly trying to make sure everyone comes out of it with their reputations intact.

Writers: Angus Deayton, Ged Parsons and Paul Powell

The reader is Christine Kavanagh

Devised by Benjamin Partridge

Producer: Sam Michell.

This episode Tim Key, Micky Flanagan, Bridget Christie and Nick Hancock battle it out to see who can beat each other at their own games.

Enjoy the hilarity that ensues when each of them play the games they've brought along.

What is Micky's "Cockney Rhyming Slang Charades" all about and is it any fun to play? Can anyone understand the rules to Tim's "No More Women"? And what is Bridget's idea of her "Fantasy Funeral"? Find out the answers to these questions and more in this show.

"It's Your Round" is the comedy panel show where each of the panellists tries to beat the others at their own games.

All the panellists have brought along their own round for the others to play, meaning that each show is unique, untried, and unpredictable.

The panel show that's devised by the panellists themselves.

Hosted by Angus Deayton.

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"It's Your Round" is the comedy panel show where the format is simple: there is no format. Instead, each of the panellists has brought along their own round for the others to play, meaning that each show is unique, untried, and unpredictable.

This episode Johnny Vaughan, Alan Davies, Roisin Conaty and Arthur Smith battle it out to see who can beat each other at their own games.

Angus Deayton is the host valiantly trying to make sure everyone comes out of it with their reputations intact.

Writers: Angus Deayton and Paul Powell

Devised by Benjamin Partridge

Producer: Sam Michell.

Johnny Vaughan, Alan Davies, Roisin Conaty and Arthur Smith devise the panel show's rounds

Angus Deayton hosts the panel show in which it's the panellists who devise the rounds.

"It's Your Round" is the comedy panel show where the format is simple: there is no format.

Instead, each of the panellists has brought along their own round for the others to play, meaning that each show is unique, untried, and unpredictable.

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Angus Deayton is joined by Sandi Toksvig, Clive Anderson, Humphrey Ker and Milton Jones.

Angus Deayton presides over another episode of the show conceived not for the panellists but by them. This time, Sandi Toksvig, Clive Anderson, Humphrey Ker and Milton Jones have each brought their own rounds for them all to play.

The rounds this episode include:

Clive Anderson's "I Fought The Law", a selection of questions based around the idiosyncrasies of British Law.

Sandi Toksvig's "Lost for Words", in which panellists must guess the meaning of various foreign words that have no direct translation in English.

Humphrey Ker's "Pet, Lunch or Hat", a variation on "Snog, Marry, Avoid".

And Milton Jones' "Joke Jeopardy" in which panellists are given punchlines to cracker jokes and the panellists must guess the set-ups.

Producer: Sam Michell.

Clive Anderson's "I Fought The Law", a selection of questions based around the idiosyncrasies of British Law.

Sandi Toksvig's "Lost for Words", in which panellists must guess the meaning of various foreign words that have no direct translation in English.

Humphrey Ker's "Pet, Lunch or Hat", a variation on "Snog, Marry, Avoid".

And Milton Jones' "Joke Jeopardy" in which panellists are given punchlines to cracker jokes and the panellists must guess the set-ups.

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Another panel of comedians endeavour to beat each other at their own games, watched over by Angus Deayton.

The rounds this episode include:

Will Self's "What's In My Hand?"...further explanation unnecessary.

Glyes Brandreth's "It's My Party", in which panellists must all pitch their own, new political party.

Sara Pascoe's "Tax Loss Entertainment", in which panellists must improvise the worst play in history.

Arthur Smith's "How Much Would It Cost For You To?", a refinement of a game he's played before in which panellists must guess the money they'd require in order to complete various unpleasant tasks.

Producer: Sam Michell.

Angus Deayton plays host to Will Self, Arthur Smith, Sara Pascoe and Gyles Brandreth.

The rounds this episode include:

  1. Will Self's "what's in my hand?"...further explanation unnecessary.
  2. Glyes Brandreth's "it's my party", in which panellists must all pitch their own, new political party;
  3. Sara Pascoe's "tax loss entertainment", in which panellists must improvise the worst play in history;
  4. Arthur Smith's "how much would it cost for you to?", a refinement of a game he's played before in which panellists must guess the money they'd require in order to complete various unpleasant tasks.

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With panellists Andrew Maxwell, Celia Pacquola, Will Smith and Jason Solomons.

Four more panellists attempt to beat each other at their own games, with host, Angus Deayton.

The rounds this episode include:

Will Smith's "Jersey Quiz", all about the weird and wonderful world of his Channel Island birthplace.

Australian actress and comedian, Celia Pacquola's "Now That's Charity!" in which panellists must all pitch a charity which they would use to acquire enough funds to eradicate their personal bĂȘtes noires, like men in flip-flops, Jennifer Aniston films, or people who constantly check their phones.

Jason Solomon's "Tagline Tease" in which panellists have to guess the tagline to a particular film.

Andrew Maxwell's "Boarder, boarder, boarder or boarder"... in which panellists are given a slang term and they have to guess whether it's from the world of snowboarding, surfboarding, clapper-boarding or boarding school.

Producer: Sam Michell.

Will Smith's "Jersey Quiz", all about the weird and wonderful world of his Channel Island birthplace.

Australian actress and comedian, Celia Pacquola's "Now That's Charity!" in which panellists must all pitch a charity which they would use to acquire enough funds to eradicate their personal bêtes noires, like men in flip-flops, Jennifer Aniston films, or people who constantly check their phones.

Jason Solomon's "Tagline Tease" in which panellists have to guess the tagline to a particular film.

Andrew Maxwell's "Boarder, boarder, boarder or boarder"... in which panellists are given a slang term and they have to guess whether it's from the world of snowboarding, surfboarding, clapper-boarding or boarding school.

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With Lucy Porter, Tom Wrigglesworth, Lloyd Langford and Robert Popper

Angus Deayton hosts the show which is totally different every time, as it's the panellists themselves that devise the format. Each of the contestants has brought their own round for the other panellists to play. But will they be beaten at their own games?

The rounds featured this episode are:

Lucy Porter's "Who's the Daddy?" in which the other three, childless, male panellists must complete the quote from a 70's parenting bible.

Tom Wrigglesworth's "Dodo's Den" in which each contestant must pitch their idea for a new invention that they think will make them their millions. Examples include the "Herring Aid" and the intriguingly titled "Bam".

Robert Popper's brilliant parlour game, "ORAG" aka "The Opposite Rhyming Animal Game", which is pretty much, er, self-explanatory...

And Lloyd Langford devises a quiz based on Welsh talisman and eccentric, Dr William Price, in his round "The Price Is Right".

Producer: Sam Michell.

Lucy Porter's "Who's the Daddy?" in which the other three, childless, male panellists must complete the quote from a 70's parenting bible.

Tom Wrigglesworth's "Dodo's Den" in which each contestant must pitch their idea for a new invention that they think will make them their millions. Examples include the "Herring Aid" and the intriguingly titled "Bam".

Robert Popper's brilliant parlour game, "ORAG" aka "The Opposite Rhyming Animal Game", which is pretty much, er, self-explanatory...

And Lloyd Langford devises a quiz based on Welsh talisman and eccentric, Dr William Price, in his round "The Price Is Right".

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Rufus Hound, Roisin Conaty, Alex Horne and Paul Sinha devise their own panel show games.

Angus Deayton presides over another episode of the show where the format is, there isn't one. Instead, each of the four panellists has brought their own round for the other panellists to play. How will each round play out? And, more importantly, who will be beaten at their own game?

The rounds featured this episode are:

Alex Horne's "Font, Fighter or Fragrance" in which panellists are given a word and they must guess whether that word refers to a typographical font, the name of a Gladiator from ITV's show "Gladiators" or a "Lynx deodorant" fragrance.

Roisin Conaty's "Four Second Pitch" in which panellists have but four seconds to pitch Angus the elements of an idea for a blockbuster film and a new religion.

Paul Sinha's "World Record Recall" in which panellists have to fill in the missing details from the description of a real record from the Guinness Book of World Records.

And Rufus Hound's "Which Lady Done Say That Thing" in which panellists must guess which audience member said a certain phrase. As the title suggests.

Producer: Sam Michell.

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Angus Deayton presides over another episode of the show where the format is, there isn't one. Instead, each of the four panellists has brought their own round for the other panellists to play. How will each round play out? And, more importantly, who will be beaten at their own game?

The rounds featured this episode are:

Alex Horne's "Font, Fighter or Fragrance" in which panellists are given a word and they must guess whether that word refers to a typographical font, the name of a Gladiator from ITV's show "Gladiators" or a "Lynx deodorant" fragrance.

Roisin Conaty's "Four Second Pitch" in which panellists have but four seconds to pitch Angus the elements of an idea for a blockbuster film and a new religion.

Paul Sinha's "World Record Recall" in which panellists have to fill in the missing details from the description of a real record from the Guinness Book of World Records.

And Rufus Hound's "Which Lady Done Say That Thing" in which panellists must guess which audience member said a certain phrase. As the title suggests.

Producer: Sam Michell.

Alex Horne's "Font, Fighter or Fragrance" in which panellists are given a word and they must guess whether that word refers to a typographical font, the name of a Gladiator from ITV's show "Gladiators" or a "Lynx deodorant" fragrance.

Roisin Conaty's "Four Second Pitch" in which panellists have but four seconds to pitch Angus the elements of an idea for a blockbuster film and a new religion.

Paul Sinha's "World Record Recall" in which panellists have to fill in the missing details from the description of a real record from the Guinness Book of World Records.

And Rufus Hound's "Which Lady Done Say That Thing" in which panellists must guess which audience member said a certain phrase. As the title suggests.

With Rufus Hound, Roisin Conaty, Alex Horne and Paul Sinha