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I've been watching A Question Of Sport since the 1980's, although I don't watch it as much as I did then.
It is a light hearted quiz with two teams consisting of two regular captains and their famous sporting guests.
The rounds include guessing the sports person on the picture board, Home or Away, the popular What Happened Next?, Mystery Guest and the final game being the One Minute Round. Today though, the rounds have changed a lot and some of them I don't understand.
Sue Barker is the current presenter and I remember David Coleman very well with David Vine being the first. The current team captains are Matt Dawson and Ally AcCoist. Past captains include John Parrott, Bill Beaumont, Ian Botham, Willie Carson and the late Emlyn Hughes.
Probably the most memorable episode I remember is the one where Princess Anne was the very special guest on Emlyn's team.
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