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Wright Around the World

Wright Around the World
Format Game show
Created by BBC Format Entertainment
Presented by Ian Wright
Country of origin United Kingdom
Original language(s) English
No. of series 2
No. of episodes 18
Production
Running time 35 minutes (Series 1)
40 minutes (Series 2)
Broadcast
Original channel BBC One
Picture format 16:9
Original run 25 October 2003 (2003-10-25) – 8 January 2005 (2005-01-08)
Chronology
Preceded by In It to Win It
Followed by Come and Have a Go If You Think You're Smart Enough

Wright Around the World, is a BBC National Lottery game show that was broadcast on BBC One from 25 October 2003 to 8 January 2005. The programme was hosted by Ian Wright.

Transmissions

Series Start date End date Episodes
1 25 October 2003 13 December 2003 8
2 23 October 2004 8 January 2005 10

Ratings

Episode Viewing figures from BARB.[1]

Series 1

Episode No. Airdate Total Viewers BBC One Weekly Ranking
1 25 October 2003 5,870,000 19
2 1 November 2003 5,470,000 25
3 8 November 2003 5,090,000 28
4 15 November 2003 7,030,000 9
5 22 November 2003 6,620,000 13
6 29 November 2003 5,970,000 16
7 6 December 2003 Under 4,960,000 Outside Top 30
8 13 December 2003 5,120,000 24

Series 2

Episode No. Airdate Total Viewers BBC One Weekly Ranking
1 23 October 2004 5,490,000 17
2 30 October 2004 5,600,000 13
3 13 November 2004 7,060,000 8
4 20 November 2004 6,920,000 11
5 4 December 2004 5,950,000 10
6 11 December 2004 6,560,000 8
7 18 December 2004 4,880,000 24
8 25 December 2004 Under 5,130,000 Outside Top 30
9 1 January 2005 6,870,000 13
10 8 January 2005 6,480,000 10

References

External links

  • UKGameshows.com

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