Guinness World Records: Primetime (1998– )

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A TV version of the popular book collecting the extremes of nature and human endeavors. Hosts Chris Collinsworth and Mark Thompson present a weekly look at the biggest, smallest, fastest ... See full summary »

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1   Unknown  
1999   1998  
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A TV version of the popular book collecting the extremes of nature and human endeavors. Hosts Chris Collinsworth and Mark Thompson present a weekly look at the biggest, smallest, fastest and strangest of just about everything in the world. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Enjoyable for what it is
23 July 2008 | by (London) – See all my reviews

I remember when this first come on TV and I was into Record breaking at this time of my life so I quite enjoyed it. It had a wide of variety of record breakers ranging from the weird to the wonderful and I think it also had that person who could make their eyes pop out of their head (still not sure what record this person actually broke) but the strangest thing I remember from this programme was when they introduced the world's oldest office junior. I remember his name was Martin Cornelius (like the Planet of the Apes film which was funny because he looked a bit like a chimp) and everyone applauded while he preceded to empty bins and make cups of tea. It was all very surreal but you had to admire his abilities. Anyway, all in all, a very entertaining programme although maybe for the wrong reasons.


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