Where in the World? (Irish game show)

Where in the World? was an Irish quiz show presented firstly by Marty Whelan and subsequently by Theresa Lowe that was broadcast for nine series between 1987 and 1996. The show featured two teams of four made up of two families, answering a series of geography-based questions. A Little Bit TV (Episode 7) focuses on Theresa Lowe the TV presenter who presented Where in the World? During the 80’s & 90’s.

6 Rounds. 2 Families. 1 Holiday.

Teams are made up of 4 family members. Each opposing family member goes head to head in a quick fire buzzer round. Two question are asked of each group. Starting at the top of the family table where the team captains go head to head to answer two questions, the person to buzz in first gets to answer first. If they get it wrong it is passed back to the opposing team member. Then the team members sitting next to the team captains go head to head as before, and this continues until the fourth team members go head to head. Each answer is worth £5.

A piece of video is shown. The questions are based on the footage shown. The round is open to any team member to buzz into answer the question. Each answer is worth £5.

After this round the score board is show telling the audience, which team is in the lead.

Questions are based on pictures, sounds, video clips and music. The questions are open to any team member. To answer a team member must buzz in. Each answer is worth £5.

This page was last edited on 13 September 2016, at 04:17.
Reference: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Where_in_the_World%3F_(Irish_game_show) under CC BY-SA license.

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