All Star Family Fortunes

Saturday, 20 August 2011, 7:00PM – 8:00PM

All Star Family Fortunes hosted by Vernon Kay returns for a new series this August. The classic game show, which started on ITV in 1979, see two celebrities and their families go head to head in a bid to win £30,000 for the charity of their choice. 

Viewers see the celebrities and their families put under pressure as they face the One Hundred People Surveyed Said…. And Double Your Money rounds. But which of the families will have enough top answers to go through to the Big Money round to win the potential £30,000 for the charity of their choice? 

Celebrities and their families taking part in this series include; Peter Andre, Kate Thornton, Jennifer Metcalfe, Joe Pasquale, Joe McElderry, Jo Joyner, Cheryl Baker, Chris Bisson, Harry Judd, Pauline Quirke, Rita Simmons, Russell Kane, Stacey Solomon, Will Mellor and Lisa Snowden. The Christmas special this series will see the cast of TOWIE take on the cast of Benidorm. 

The first show of the new series sees Coronation Street stars Simon Gregson and Sam Aston go head to head.

Saturday, 25 December 2010, 8:00PM – 9:00PM

Vernon Kay hosts this seasonal special of All Star Family Fortunes: Christmas Special. Teams from This Morning and Emmerdale go head to head to win up to £30,000 for their chosen charities 

In this festive special we see Ruth Langsford, Jason Gardiner, Paul Ross, Alison Hammond and Sharon Marshall on the bench for This Morning and down from the Dales for Emmerdale is Chris Chittell (Eric Pollard), Charlie Hardwicke (Val Pollard), Matthew Wolfenden (David Metcalfe), Rokhsanah Ghawam-Shahidi (Leyla Harding), and Natalie Anderson (Alicia Gallagher). 

Viewers will see the celebrities put under pressure as they face the One Hundred People Surveyed Said… and Double Your Money rounds. But which of the families will have enough top answers to go through to the Big Money round to win the potential £30,000 in this festive fight to the finish? 

Sunday, 12 December 2010, 6:45PM – 7:30PM

The ever popular game show is back. Hosted by Vernon Kay, two more celebrities and their families compete in All Star Family Fortunes to win thousands of pounds for their chosen charities. Up to £30,000 is up for grabs, but which team will second guess the British public best, and make it through to Big Money ? 

Some of the nation’s favourite celebrities from the world of business and entertainment will get the opportunity to battle it out for their chance to donate £30,000 of prize money to a chosen charity, and they’ll have their families to help them out. 

The fourteenth show in this new series stars EastEnders John Partridge and his family take on television presenter Caroline Flack and her family. 

The celebrities and their families will be put under pressure as always in the classic One Hundred People Said… survey and the Double Your Money rounds. 

Despite the pressure of going home early, and not making it to the ‘Big Money’ final, the celebrities and families as always will need to keep their heads, and answer the questions thoughtfully. The teams will be hoping they’re remembered for their performances rather than any bizarre answers which over the years have included, ‘sheep’ when asked name something made of wool. 

Sunday, 25 October 2009, 7:15PM – 8:00PM

All Star Family Fortunes hosted by Vernon Kay returns for a new series this September. The classic game show, which started on ITV in 1979, see two celebrities and their families go head to head in a bid to win £30,000 for the charity of their choice.

Some of the nations favourite celebrities and their families compete for the top prize of £30,000 butonly if they get more than 200 points and all the top answers.

Viewers see the celebrities and their families put under pressure as they face the One Hundred People Surveyed Said…. And Double Your Money rounds. But which of the families will have enough top answers to go through to the Big Money round to win the potential £30,000?

The sixth episode of the series sees Dancing on Ice and X Factor star Ray Quinn take on ex Eastender Hannah Waterman.

Joining Hannah on her team are husband Ricky Groves, mum Pat, her dad’s partner Pam and sister Julia and the family are playing for the Urostomy Association. The family reveal Hannah’s secret crush on Shakin Stevens and how she used to own a shoe shining business!

Hannah’s sister Julia gives the answer “barrel” to the question, “name something that you can roll up”, Vernon says that if it is on the board he will leave! And Hannah doesn’t fair any better when she says “hose” to the same question.

On Ray’s team are partner mum Val, dad Ray, uncle Ste, and auntie Sue and the family are playing for Destination Florida, a children’s charity. The family don’t do well in one early round, “name something a woman does when she is pregnant” with the family getting three wrong answers in the row, it doesn’t bode well for their success tonight!

Which of the families will end up in pole position and make it through to the Big Money round?

Sunday, 1 November 2009, 7:15PM – 8:00PM

All Star Family Fortunes hosted by Vernon Kay returns for a new series this September. The classic game show, which started on ITV in 1979, see two celebrities and their families go head to head in a bid to win £30,000 for the charity of their choice.

Some of the nations favourite celebrities and their families compete for the top prize of £30,000 butonly if they get more than 200 points and all the top answers.

Viewers see the celebrities and their families put under pressure as they face the One Hundred People Surveyed Said…. And Double Your Money rounds. But which of the families will have enough top answers to go through to the Big Money round to win the potential £30,000?

The seventh episode of the series sees Strictly Come Dancing star Leila Rouass take on Hollywood hunk Sean Maguire.

Joining Leila on her all female team, much to Vernon’s delight, are; sister Saeida, auntie Kim, cousin Nadine and cousin Karima and the family are playing for Women’s Aid who help stop domestic abuse.

Leila doesn’t start the family off well when she gets a big red X on her first answer “gadgets” to the question “name something James Bond is famous for”. And she doesn’t fare much better in the second round giving the answer “big bird from Sesame Street” to the question “name a big bird”…!

Joining Sean on his team and hoping to bring their Irish luck to the game are; sister Katie, mum Kathleen, dad Michael and cousin Lisa and the family are playing for their local hospital King George’s Children’s Ward.

Vernon reveals that all the Maguire family are big Irish dancers, with Sean winning junior Irish Dancing champion in his youth, so Vernon makes Sean and the family display their dancing skills for the audience, much to Sean’s embarrassment.

Which of the families will end up in pole position and make it through to the Big Money round?

Sunday, 18 October 2009, 7:00PM – 7:45PM

All Star Family Fortunes hosted by Vernon Kay returns for a new series this September. The classic game show, which started on ITV in 1979, see two celebrities and their families go head to head in a bid to win £30,000 for the charity of their choice.

Some of the nations favourite celebrities and their families compete for the top prize of £30,000 butonly if they get more than 200 points and all the top answers.

Viewers see the celebrities and their families put under pressure as they face the One Hundred People Surveyed Said…. And Double Your Money rounds. But which of the families will have enough top answers to go through to the Big Money round to win the potential £30,000?

The fifth episode of the series sees the Scottish Formula 1 star David Coulthard take on perfect housewife Anthea Turner.

Joining Anthea on her team are husband Grant Bovey, step daughter Lily, nephew Chris and niece Charlotte and the family are playing for two charities, the Chase Children Hospice and the North Staffordshire’s Asperger/Autism Association.

Vernon decides to make the most of Anthea’s perfect housewife skills by getting her to teach him how to correctly fold a shirt, and then getting her to do some ironing for him!

On David Coulthard’s team are partner Karen, mum Joyce, dad Duncan and sister Lynsay and the family are playing for Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary Oncology Department.

With Grant Bovey giving such answers as “binoculars” to the question “Name something you’d wear on a nudist beach” and niece Charlotte answering “pet” to “name something you inhert”, it doesn’t look hopeful for the Turner family!

Which of the families will end up in pole position and make it through to the Big Money round?

Sunday, 11 October 2009, 7:15PM – 8:00PM

All Star Family Fortunes hosted by Vernon Kay returns for a new series this September. The classic game show, which started on ITV in 1979, see two celebrities and their families go head to head in a bid to win £30,000 for the charity of their choice.

Some of the nations favourite celebrities and their families compete for the top prize of £30,000 butonly if they get more than 200 points and all the top answers.

Viewers see the celebrities and their families put under pressure as they face the One Hundred People Surveyed Said…. And Double Your Money rounds. But which of the families will have enough top answers to go through to the Big Money round to win the potential £30,000?

The fourth show of the series is a battle of the soap queens as Eastenders’ Patsy Palmer takes on Coronation Street’s Katherine Kelly.

Joining Patsy on her team are husband Richard, son Charlie, Charlie’s girlfriend Leila and close family friend Shirley and the Palmer family are playing for charities Dream Factory and Save The Children.

On the Kelly team is Katherine’s mum Anne, dad John, brother Chris and sister Grace and the family are hoping to win money for the Lamproom, a charity in Barnsley that Katherine is patron of.

Sunday, 4 October 2009, 7:15PM – 8:00PM

All Star Family Fortunes hosted by Vernon Kay returns for a new series this September. The classic game show, which started on ITV in 1979, see two celebrities and their families go head to head in a bid to win £30,000 for the charity of their choice.

Some of the nations favourite celebrities and their families compete for the top prize of £30,000 butonly if they get more than 200 points and all the top answers.

Viewers see the celebrities and their families put under pressure as they face the One Hundred People Surveyed Said…. And Double Your Money rounds. But which of the families will have enough top answers to go through to the Big Money round to win the potential £30,000?

The third show of the series see’s McFly’s Danny Jones take on Strictly Come Dancing star Zoe Lucker.

Vernon manages to embarrass Danny with some unseen footage of Danny and younger sister Vicky as toddlers showing off his early music prowess playing the guitar, with very little on!

And one answer this week foxes both families, with 100 people surveyed asked to “name an animal that could eat you”, both families can’t find the elusive last answer, which turns about to be “a hungry one!”

Joining Danny on his team are Mum Kathy, sister Vicky, aunt Margaret and cousin Paul and the family are playing for the charity When You Wish Upon a Star.

Joining Zoe Lucker are Dad Paul, brother Steve, sister Suzy and elder brother Richard and the family are playing for the Forget me Not Trust.

Sunday, 27 September 2009, 7:00PM – 7:45PM

All Star Family Fortunes hosted by Vernon Kay returns for a new series this September. The classic game show, which started on ITV in 1979, see two celebrities and their families go head to head in a bid to win £30,000 for the charity of their choice.

Some of the nations favourite celebrities and their families compete for the top prize of £30,000 butonly if they get more than 200 points and all the top answers.

Viewers see the celebrities and their families put under pressure as they face the One Hundred People Surveyed Said…. And Double Your Money rounds. But which of the families will have enough top answers to go through to the Big Money round to win the potential £30,000?

The second show of the new series see TV/Radio presenter and journalist Vanessa Feltz take on ex-Eastender Lucy Speed.

With Lucy giving such answers as “football boots” to the question “Name something all footballers have” it’s not looking too hopeful for the Speed family!

Joining Vanessa on her team is, fiancé Ben, daughter Saskia, cousin Sam and her uncle Harold.

Joining Lucy on her team is, husband Spencer, Dad Sid, Uncle Drew and Aunt Chris

Sunday, 20 September 2009, 7:00PM – 7:45PM

All Star Family Fortunes hosted by Vernon Kay returns for a new series this September. The classic game show, which started on ITV in 1979, see two celebrities and their families go head to head in a bid to win £30,000 for the charity of their choice.

Some of the Nations favourite celebrities and their families compete for the top prize of £30,000 but only if they get more than 200 points and all the top answers.

Viewers see the celebrities and their families put under pressure as they face the One Hundred People Surveyed Said…. And Double Your Money rounds. But which of the families will have enough top answers to go through to the Big Money round to win the potential £30,000?

The first show of the new series sees ITV’s Loose Women take on Heartbeat but with the Loose Women’s Sherrie Hewson giving answers such as “shaved legs” to the question “Name something with spots” it looks like their charity might not be receiving as much money as they’d hoped!

The Loose Women team is headed by Sherrie Hewson and she is joined by Andrea McLean, Colleen Nolan, Carol McGiffin and Jane McDonald

The Heartbeat team is headed by Joe McFadden and is joined by Niki Sanderson, Tricia Penrose, Lisa Kay and David Lonsdale.

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