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Sport Relief's Top Dog

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Sport Relief's Top Dog
Also known as'Top Dog'
Presented byGaby Roslin
Country of originUnited Kingdom
Original language(s)English
No. of series1
No. of episodes15 (list of episodes)
Production location(s)The Maidstone Studios, Kent
Running time30 minutes
Original networkBBC Two
Picture format16:9 (HDTV)
Original release3 March (2014-03-03) –
21 March 2014 (2014-03-21)
External links

Sport Relief's Top Dog is a British BBC Two game show hosted by Gaby Roslin. The first series began airing on 3 March 2014 and ended on 21 March 2014.[1][2]

The series consisted of 15 episodes aired over three consecutive weeks in the run up to Sport Relief 2014. The show saw celebrities and their dogs lead a team consisting of two other dogs and their owners battle it out in a series of challenges to claim the title of 'Top Dog 2014'. The winners of the first series were Gail Emms with her Westie Raffa and their team.


The series was recorded at The Maidstone Studios in Kent from 26 January to 1 February 2014.

Episode guide

# Air Date Blue Team Red Team
3 March 2014[3] Jules Hudson and Iolo
Karen and Jazzy
Jim and Rhea
Ainsley Harriott and Bobby
Joe and Taylor
Fiona and Frazzle
4 March 2014 Chris Hollins and Winnie
Danny and Bailey
Lorna and Yoshi
Deena Payne and Mickie Pink
Claire and Magic
Elaine and Millie
5 March 2014 Diarmuid Gavin and Roxie
Vicki and Niko
Lorraine and Toffee
Jasmine Harman and Shadow
Gail and Teazle
Ann and Digger
6 March 2014 Gail Emms and Raffa
Ian and Maysie
Jeff and Buzz
Debra Stephenson and Biscuit
Brendan and Arnold
Tracy and Echo
7 March 2014 Gemma Merna and Paige
Richard and Hugo
Karena and Magic
Jodie Prenger and Hogan
Ray and Bailey
Nicole and Maggie
10 March 2014[4] Caprice and Roly
Neil and Monty
Charlotte and Coral
Sharron Davies and Pig
Dawn and Tilly
Gareth and Emmie
11 March 2014 O.J. Borg and Lebowski
Sue and Pippin
Claire and Indy
Jenni Falconer and Alfie
Jay and Cedar
Andrew and Tag
12 March 2014 Charley Boorman and Ziggy
Jenni and Lillie
Adam and Hugo
Matthew Wright and Wiggie
Tanya and Max
Marie and Blaze
13 March 2014 Willie Thorne and Alfie
John and Jimmy
Hayley and Daisy
Matt Allwright and Ozzie Ozbone
Eryl and Barney
Lesley and Whizz
14 March 2014 Sally Gunnell and Diggy
Tom and Tara
Nicci and Leo
Peaches Geldof and Parper
Tracey and Woody
Fay and Ernie
17 March 2014[5] Louise Minchin and Holly
Matt and Peppa
Christina and Flyte
Martin Roberts and Mylo
Sally and Poppy
Sam and Kai
18 March 2014 Danny Baker and Bingo
Amy and Usha
Chas and Jazz
Mark Durden-Smith and Flossy
Claire and Doyle
Debbie and Willy
19 March 2014 (Semi-final 1) Louise Minchin and Holly
Matt and Peppa
Christina and Flyte
Sally Gunnell and Diggy
Tom and Tara
Nicci and Leo
20 March 2014 (Semi-final 2) Gail Emms and Raffa
Ian and Maysie
Jeff and Buzz
Jenni Falconer and Alfie
Jay and Cedar
Andrew and Tag
21 March 2014 (The final) Gail Emms and Raffa
Ian and Maysie
Jeff and Buzz
Sally Gunnell and Diggy
Tom and Tara
Nicci and Leo
  • The winning team is indicated in the Gold box
  • The celebrity team captain is indicated in Bold


Game 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
"The Bark Off"
"New Balls Please"
"Canine Coconuts"
"Hot Spot Hound"
"Slam Dunk Splash"
"Desert Island Sit"
"Reservoir Dogs"
"Bowl'Em Over"
"The Great Slipper Snatch"
"Catch of the Day"
"The Pup Quiz"
"The Drop Zone"
"Hoopla Splash"
"Mutt Mayhem"
"Duck Pond Derby"
"Top Gun Dog"
"Hurdling Hounds"
"Swing Low Sweet Chewy Sausage"
"Pawprint Sprint"
"Dog Tired"
"Leaf it Out"
"Duck Down"
"Dog's Dinner"
"Pooch Petrol"
"Buoy Zone"
"Pawmula 1"
"The Hound of Music"
"Pooch Puns"
"Spot On"
"The Dog's Bowl"
"Take It Or Leave It"
"Sherlock Bones"
"Message in a Bottle"
"Call of Nature"
"Shop 'til You Drop"

Qualifying for the semi-finals

The fastest four teams from "The Bark Off" were invited back for the semi-final rounds of the show which were aired on 19–20 March 2014.

Show Team Time Overall result
1 Jules Hudson 4:10 7th place
2 Chris Hollins 4:04 5th place
3 Diarmuid Gavin 4:06 6th place
4 Gail Emms 3:33/3:01/3:17 Winners
5 Gemma Merna 4:20 8th place
6 Caprice 4:35 9th place
7 Jenni Falconer 3:41/3:23 3rd place
8 Matthew Wright 4:53 11th place
9 Willie Thorne 4:52 10th place
10 Sally Gunnell 3:19/2:55/3:24 Runners-Up
11 Louise Minchin 3:37/3:01 4th place
12 Danny Baker 5:22 12th place


  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 25 February 2014. Retrieved 25 February 2014.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ Eames, Tom (21 January 2014). "Strictly for BBC Sport Relief special". Digital Spy. Retrieved 15 January 2019.
  3. ^ "BBC - Media Centre - TV Programme Information from Saturday 1 March to Friday 7 March". Retrieved 15 January 2019.
  4. ^ "BBC - Media Centre - TV Programme Information from Saturday 8 March to Friday 14 March". Retrieved 15 January 2019.
  5. ^ "BBC - Media Centre - TV Programme Information from Saturday 2 February to Friday 8 February". Retrieved 15 January 2019.

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