A reminder of the format: Contestants qualify for podiums by getting a question right, then move up and down the podiums in the main game depending on whether they get the questions right or wrong. The final two go head-to-head, and whoever claims Number One at the end of the game.
I enjoyed this show in its short run. It was a unique idea, and was certainly entertaining for a while. However the way the concept was handled made it seem bland, and I imagine it would have benefited more with a studio audience.
Channel 4 reporter Krishnan Guru-Murthy, who fronted the show, put in a dignified and flamboyant performance as the host which brought a much needed touch of class. It sadly didn't last the distance because of its presentation, but a re-hash might improve it if it were to make a return.
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