This topical debate series based on Any Questions? typically features politicians from at least the three major political parties as well as other public figures who answer pre-selected questions put to them by a carefully selected audience.
Sporting quiz show, with regular captains leading teams of celebrities.
Question Mark is a Canadian current affairs television series which aired on CBC Television from 1963 to 1964.
Question Period is a Canadian television newsmagazine which airs weekly, currently excluding the summer months, on CTV at 11:00 AM ET in Ontario and east, and 4:00 PM local on stations in Western Canada. It also airs on the CTV News Channel at 5:00 PM EST. The program, which takes its name from the parliamentary process of Question Period, is an interview and panel discussion series on Canadian politics, similar to an American Sunday morning talk show. Debuting in 1967, it is CTV's third oldest series that is still in production behind W5 and CTV National News. However, the series was suspended from 1996 to 2001 in favour of the similar Sunday Edition with Mike Duffy, a BBS production which aired on most CTV stations and which was ultimately taken over by the network, but was then itself cancelled in 1999. Question Period would be revived in fall 2001, the announcement of which came shortly after rival network Global announced a similar public affairs program, Global Sunday, which also debuted in fall 2001 and ran for four seasons. Craig Oliver, CTV's chief political correspondent and previously the network's Ottawa bureau chief, was co-host of Question Period throughout its current run until 2012, and previously served as a host during the final years of the program's initial run. In July 2011, CTV announced that former Global National anchor Kevin Newman had been hired to co-host the program with Craig Oliver, with his position starting on August 22, 2011. Newman became the program's sole host in September 2012; Oliver remains with the network and now serves as a regular roundtable panelist on QP.
That's the Question is an American quiz game show on GSN hosted by Bob Goen which aired from October 2, 2006 to December 1, 2007. The first season was shot in the Netherlands with Canadians and Americans who live there as contestants. The second season was filmed in Los Angeles and aired from September 11 to December 1, 2007.
That's the Question was a British quiz game show that aired on Challenge from 14 May 2007 until 22 June 2007. The programme was hosted by Sarah Cawood.
The Big Question is a five-part science documentary television series broadcast in the United Kingdom on the Five channel, beginning January 2004 and continuing into 2005. In the North American market, it has been re-released on the Discovery Science network. Each half-hour episode is hosted by a renowned authority, and examines the following provocative questions: ⁕Part 1 - "How Did the Universe Begin?" presented by Stephen Hawking ⁕Part 2 - "How Did Life Begin?" presented by Harry Kroto ⁕Part 3 - "Why Are We Here?" presented by Richard Dawkins ⁕Part 4 - "Why Am I Me?" presented by Susan Greenfield ⁕Part 5 - "How Will It All End?" presented by Ian Stewart The series attracted controversy and criticism from creationists, as well as praise from other reviewers.
The $64,000 Question is an American game show broadcast from 1955–1958, which became embroiled in the scandals involving TV quiz shows of the day. The $64,000 Challenge was its popular spin-off show.
The $64,000 Question is a UK game show based on the US format of the same name that originally ran from 19 May 1956 to 18 January 1958 produced by ATV and was originally hosted by Jerry Desmonde, and called simply The 64,000 Question with the top prize initially being 64,000 sixpences, later doubling to 64,000 shillings.
The $128,000 Question is an American game show which aired from 1976–1978 in weekly syndication. This revival of The $64,000 Question was produced by Cinelar Associates and distributed by Viacom Enterprises. Originally, Viacom had intended to revive the series with the same title, but when it was announced that rival series Name That Tune would be adding a "$100,000 Mystery Tune" for the 1976–77 season, Viacom did not wish for their series to only have the second-biggest payoff and added an end-of-season $64,000 tournament to the format. Further hindering the show was that a planned deal with CBS owned-and-operated stations to carry it in major markets had to be scrapped because of the network-imposed $25,000 winnings limit for game shows. While the producers were able to get the Metromedia-owned stations to fill these gaps and the series did well enough to be renewed for a second season, the ratings were never high, and The $128,000 Question was not renewed beyond its second season.
Little Howard's Big Question is a 2009–12 BBC One/CBBC children's edutainment programme starring Howard Read as Big Howard and his six-year-old animated friend, Little Howard. The programme was first broadcast on 8 January 2009, running for a series of 13 episodes. Series 2 began airing on 6 October 2010, and series 3 began on 18 May 2011. It had a bonus episode on 31 July 2012 and thats the final question