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Talking Telephone Numbers

Talking Telephone Numbers
Created by David Briggs
Steve Knight
Mike Whitehill
Presented by Phillip Schofield
Emma Forbes (1994-6)
Claudia Winkleman (1997)
Starring Cash Peters (1994)
Voices of Caroline Feraday (1995-7)
Composer(s) Keith Strachan
Country of origin United Kingdom
Original language(s) English
No. of series 4
No. of episodes 44
Production
Location(s) The Fountain Studios
Running time 30 minutes (inc. adverts)
Production company(s) Celador and Carlton
Release
Original channel ITV
Picture format 4:3
Original release 28 February 1994 (1994-02-28) – 22 December 1997 (1997-12-22)
Chronology
Related shows Magic Numbers

Talking Telephone Numbers was a British game show that was produced by Celador and Carlton and aired on ITV from 28 February 1994 to 22 December 1997. It was originally hosted by Phillip Schofield and Emma Forbes, and later by Claudia Winkleman. Cash Peters also appeared in filmed inserts during the first series.

Format

The programme featured five games, each designed to generate a number. These numbers were combined towards the end of the programme to form a five-digit code. Viewers with telephone numbers where the last 5 digits matched the code could then phone in to try to win a cash prize.

Transmissions

Series Start date End date Episodes
1 28 February 1994 9 May 1994 10
2 2 January 1995 24 April 1995 11
3 8 January 1996 29 April 1996 12
4 8 September 1997 22 December 1997 11

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