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Cheggers Plays Pop

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Cheggers Plays Pop
GenreChildren's game show
Presented byKeith Chegwin
Country of originUnited Kingdom
Original languageEnglish
No. of series9
No. of episodes77 (inc. 4 specials)
Production
Production locationNew Broadcasting House
Running time25 minutes
Production companyBBC Manchester
Release
Original networkBBC1
Picture format4:3
Original release10 April 1978 (1978-04-10) –
7 November 1986 (1986-11-07)

Cheggers Plays Pop is a British children's game show broadcast on BBC1 from 10 April 1978 to 7 November 1986 hosted by Keith Chegwin, who was commonly known to the British public as "Cheggers". The show's format consisted of a series of physical and mental challenges undertaken by two teams of children representing their respective schools, together with studio performances by contemporary pop music acts.

There were two teams. Reds and Yellows. Team captains were popular based celebrities of the time.

Games involving balls and inflatables were played by the teams and a pop quiz too. Each episode also had a current chart single being performed in it.

The beginning game was always quite eyecatching. For a while the first game was called Space Invaders. At the end of the show, Cheggers would always blow his whistle and jump onto the inflatable that the final game had been played on; he led the children who all jumped on it in mayhem style to end the show.

Transmissions

Series

Series Start date End date Episodes
1 10 April 1978 19 June 1978 9
2 2 April 1979 11 June 1979 11
3 31 March 1980 9 June 1980 8
4 6 April 1981 15 June 1981 8
5 5 April 1982 14 June 1982 8
6 20 April 1983 8 June 1983 8
7 17 April 1984 5 June 1984 8
8 12 September 1985 31 October 1985 8
9 12 September 1986 7 November 1986 9

Christmas Specials

Date
22 December 1980
30 December 1981
26 December 1982
30 December 1983

Nearly every single episode exists in the BBC archives with 75 out of 81 episodes surviving from the archives,[1] which includes:

  • Series 1: All 9 episodes
  • Series 2: All 11 episodes
  • Series 3: All 8 episodes
  • Series 4: All 8 episodes
  • Series 5: All 8 episodes
  • Series 6: Episodes 1-2, 4-5 & 8
  • Series 7: Episodes 1, 4 & 7-8
  • Series 8: All 8 episodes
  • Series 9: All 9 episodes
  • All 4 Christmas Specials

References

  1. ^ "TV Archive". Tvbrain.info. Retrieved 14 January 2019.

External links

This page was last edited on 9 August 2020, at 04:48
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