All Star Family Fortunes

Saturday, 17 January 2009, 8:40PM on ITV1

Vernon Kay hosts popular entertainment series All Star Family Fortunes. The classic game show sees 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 nation’s favourite celebrities and their families will compete for their chance to win £30,000, but first they have to win a place in the Big Money final where they’ll be trying to accumulate 200 points and guess the five top answers to claim the cash in the name of their charity.

Closing the final show in this series, former royal correspondent Jennie Bond takes on British boxer Amir Khan.

This series also has a ‘through the keyhole’ element where the viewer gets to see around the celeb’s house and guess whose home it is. Other familiar faces that have taken part so far in the series are Suzanne Shaw, William Roach and Michelle Collins.

Viewers will 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 teams will be hoping they’re remembered for their performances rather than any bizarre answers which over the years have included ‘Naomi Campbell’ when asked to name a bird with a long neck.

Saturday, 10 January 2009, 8:45PM on ITV1

Vernon Kay hosts popular entertainment series All Star Family Fortunes. The classic game show sees 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 nation’s favourite celebrities and their families will compete for their chance to win £30,000, but first they have to win a place in the Big Money final where they’ll be trying to accumulate 200 points and guess the five top answers to claim the cash in the name of their charity.

The twelfth show in this series stars Boyzone singer, Shane Lynch who takes on Dancing On Ice judge, Ruthie Henshall.

This series also has a ‘through the keyhole’ element where the viewer gets to see around the celeb’s house and guess whose home it is. Other familiar faces that have taken part so far in the series are Suzanne Shaw, William Roach and Michelle Collins.

Viewers will 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 teams will be hoping they’re remembered for their performances rather than any bizarre answers which over the years have included ‘Naomi Campbell’ when asked to name a bird with a long neck.

Saturday, 3 January 2009, 8:30pm on ITV1

Vernon Kay hosts popular entertainment series All Star Family Fortunes. The classic game show, sees 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 nation’s favourite celebrities and their families will compete for their chance to win £30,000, but first they have to win a place in the Big Money final where they’ll be trying to accumulate 200 points and guess the five top answers to claim the cash in the name of their charity.

The twelfth show in this series stars former MP Edwina Currie, who takes on TV presenting duo Judith Chalmers and Mark Durden-Smith.

This series also has a ‘through the keyhole’ element where the viewer gets to see around the celeb’s house and guess whose home it is. Other familiar faces that have taken part so far in the series are Suzanne Shaw, William Roach and Michelle Collins.

Viewers will 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 teams will be hoping they’re remembered for their performances rather than any bizarre answers which over the years have included ‘Naomi Campbell’ when asked to name a bird with a long neck.

Saturday, 27 December 2008, 7:05PM – 7:50PM on ITV1

Vernon Kay is host for All Star Family Fortunes: Christmas Special. The classic game show sees 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 nation’s favourite celebrities and their onscreen families will compete for their chance to win £30,000, but first they have to win a place in the Big Money final where they’ll be trying to accumulate 200 points and guess the top five answers to claim the cash in the name of their charity.

The tenth show in this series, a festive Christmas Special, sees Hollyoaks favourite family ‘The McQueens’ up against Emmerdales infamous ‘Dingles’. Playing for the McQueens are Nick Pickard (Tony), Nicole Barber Lane (Myra), Gemma Merna (Carmel), Jennifer Metcalf (Mercedes), Claire Cooper (Jacqui) who will be joined by the Dingles family, Andy Devine (Shadrach), Jane Cox (Lisa), Mark Charnock, (Marlon), Eden Taylor-Draper (Belle) and Lucy Pargeter (Chastity).

The Christmas themed special is complete with an audience in festive dress and includes the ‘through the keyhole’ element as the viewer gets to take a look around the McQueens and Dingles screen homes. Other familiar faces taking part in this series include, Ruthie Henshall, Amir Khan and Jennie Bond.

Viewers will see the celebrities and their soap 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?

Vernon Kay hosts a brand new series of All Star Family Fortunes. The classic game show, which started on ITV in 1979, sees 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 nation’s favourite celebrities and their families will compete for the top prize of £30,000 but only if they get more than 200 points and all of the top answers.

This series adds a ‘through the keyhole’ element where the viewer gets to see around the celebs’ house and guess whose home it is.

This week The Bill and ex-Eastender Louisa Lytton is up against TV presenter Zoe Ball. Louisa chooses her father, Alan, her uncles and her cousin. Zoe picks her dad, Johnny Ball, mum Di and brothers Dan and Nick.

Viewers will 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?

All Star Family Fortunes
Saturday 10 November 2007 8:15pm – 9:00pm on ITV1.

Vernon Kay hosts a brand new series of All Star Family Fortunes. The classic game show, which started on ITV in 1979, sees 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 nation’s favourite celebrities and their families will compete for the top prize of £30,000, but only if they get more than 200 points and all of the top answers.

This series adds a ‘through the keyhole’ element where the viewer gets to see around the celebs’ homes and guess whose house it is.

This week ex-Corrie hairdresser Angela Griffin takes on Celebrity Chef Antony Worrall Thompson. Joining Angela is her mother, Sheila, husband Jason, older brother Kenny and sister in-law Katie.

Anthony chooses his wife Jay, brother-in-law John, sister-in-law Christa and his son Toby, 12, who is Family Fortunes’ youngest ever contestant. But the question is…who will be going home with the wooden spoon?

Angela plays for the Foundation for the Sunny and Antony is hoping to win for the Child Bereavement Trust.

Viewers will 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?

All Star Family Fortunes
Saturday 27 October 2007 7:45pm – 8:30pm on ITV1.

Vernon Kay hosts a brand new series of All Star Family Fortunes. The classic game show, which started on ITV in 1979, sees 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 will compete for the top prize of £30,000, but only if they get more than 200 points and all of the top answers.

This series adds a ‘through the keyhole’ element where the viewer gets to see around the celebs’ houses and guess whose home it is.

Kicking off, episode one sees Coronation Street’s favourite barmaid Kym Marsh up against Hell’s Kitchen’s Brian Dowling. Helping Kym is her Mum, Dad, brother and sister. Brian decides his family and best friend would help him compete for the £30,000 for his charity.

Also up for grabs in episode one are a cruise holiday and a tank driving experience.

When asked to name a type of bean a panicked Brian screams ‘lesbian!’ Vernon explains to Dowling the question was a ‘bean’ and not a ‘queen’.

Viewers will 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 teams will be hoping they’re remembered for their performances rather than any bizarre answers which over the years have included ‘Naomi Campbell’ when asked to name a bird with a long neck, and ‘a sheep’ in response to the question “name something made of wool”!

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