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Red Alert (game show)

Red Alert
Format Game show
Presented by Lulu
Terry Alderton
Country of origin United Kingdom
Original language(s) English
No. of series 2
No. of episodes 14
Production
Running time 50 minutes
Production companies Ginger Productions
Broadcast
Original channel BBC One
Picture format 16:9
Original run 13 November 1999 (1999-11-13) – 8 April 2000 (2000-04-08)
Chronology
Preceded by Winning Lines
Followed by On the Spot

Red Alert, is a BBC National Lottery game show that was broadcast on BBC One from 13 November 1999 to 8 April 2000. The programme was hosted by Lulu and Terry Alderton.

Transmissions

Series Start date End date Episodes
1 13 November 1999 18 December 1999 6
2 19 February 2000 8 April 2000 8

Ratings

Episode Viewing figures from BARB.[1]

Series 1

Episode No. Airdate Total Viewers BBC One Weekly Ranking
1 13 November 1999 6,560,000 25
2 20 November 1999 Under 6,540,000 Outside Top 30
3 27 November 1999 Under 6,540,000 Outside Top 30
4 4 December 1999 Under 6,530,000 Outside Top 30
5 11 December 1999 Under 6,250,000 Outside Top 30
6 18 December 1999 Under 6,510,000 Outside Top 30

Series 2

Episode No. Airdate Total Viewers BBC One Weekly Ranking
1 19 February 2000 6,220,000 29
2 26 February 2000 Under 6,010,000 Outside Top 30
3 4 March 2000 Under 6,510,000 Outside Top 30
4 11 March 2000 Under 6,120,000 Outside Top 30
5 18 March 2000 Under 6,010,000 Outside Top 30
6 25 March 2000 Under 6,060,000 Outside Top 30
7 1 April 2000 Under 5,870,000 Outside Top 30
8 8 April 2000 Under 5,550,000 Outside Top 30

References

External links

  • UKGameshows.com

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