The Cube

Sunday, 23 December 2012, 8:00PM – 9:00PM

Phillip Schofield is back to host another celebrity special of The Cube for ITV1 which tests celebrities skill, nerve and determination to win. The Christmas Celebrity Special will challenge model and TV presenter Melanie Sykes and street dancer and Diversity’s Ashley Banjo, but who will come out top?

The Cube will challenge Melanie and Ashley to attempt deceivingly simple tasks in a giant cube. Once inside, there is nowhere to hide, as their entire journey is captured from all angles by over ninety slow-motion and Gamefreeze(™) cameras.

With each task worth a large cash prize, the celebrity will have to keep their nerve in this high pressure game of skill and strategy to move closer to the top prize of £250,000.

Each celebrity starts with nine lives and has to complete seven tasks to win the jackpot but if they accept the challenge and lose all their lives during the game, they will leave with nothing.

Saturday, 21 July 2012, 7:30PM – 8:35PM

Gold Medallist Special:

Tonight The Cube welcomes former world record holder and gold medallist Fatima Whitbread and world champion hurdler Dai Greene. Both have been outstanding in their fields but will they be able to equal past glories inside The Cube?

Saturday, 14 July 2012, 7:00PM – 8:00PM

The Cube Gold Medallist Special:

Tonight’s very special edition of The Cube features the current 5000 metre world champion Mo Farah. He’s one of Britain’s best gold medal hopes but what will happen when he goes head to head with the almighty Cube? Could he be the one to beat it?

Saturday, 2 June 2012, 8:00PM – 9:00PM

When it comes to beating The Cube bubbly Newcastle lass Teresa thinks she’s got what it takes, while family man Alan has travelled the length of the country to take it on. But is he confident he can go all the way?

Saturday, 5 May 2012, 7:45PM – 8:45PM

Athlete Ash thinks he can give The Cube a run for its money but can he hop, skip and jump all the way to glory? And when it comes to competing, rugby nut Graham is always game. But will the formidable Cube be out of his league tonight?

Saturday, 28 April 2012, 7:30PM – 8:30PM

The BAFTA award winning programme is back with a bang! But the question remains: will someone finally beat The Cube and take home the top prize of a quarter of a million pounds? 

Phillip Schofield is back to host the fifth series of The Cube which tests contestants ability, nerve and determination to win. The Cube will continue to challenge members of the public to attempt deceivingly simple tasks in a giant cube. Once inside, there is nowhere to hide, as their entire journey is captured from all angles by over ninety slow-motion and Gamefreeze(™) cameras. 

With each task worth a large cash prize, the contestant will have to keep their nerve in this high pressure game of skill and strategy to move closer to the top prize of £250,000. 

Each player starts with nine lives and has to complete seven tasks to win the jackpot but if they accept the challenge and lose all their lives during the game, they will leave with nothing. 

Welsh PE Teacher Catrin is put to the test inside The Cube while Wes, a builder from Essex, is hoping to lay the foundations for a big win. But will either of them have what it takes to beat The Cube? 

Saturday, 21 April 2012, 7:30PM – 8:30PM

The BAFTA award winning programme is back with a bang! But the question remains: will someone finally beat The Cube and take home the top prize of a quarter of a million pounds? 

Phillip Schofield is back to host the fifth series of The Cube which tests contestants ability, nerve and determination to win. The Cube will continue to challenge members of the public to attempt deceivingly simple tasks in a giant cube. Once inside, there is nowhere to hide, as their entire journey is captured from all angles by over ninety slow-motion and Gamefreeze(™) cameras. 

With each task worth a large cash prize, the contestant will have to keep their nerve in this high pressure game of skill and strategy to move closer to the top prize of £250,000. 

Each player starts with nine lives and has to complete seven tasks to win the jackpot but if they accept the challenge and lose all their lives during the game, they will leave with nothing. 

Saturday, 31 December 2011, 8:00PM – 9:00PM

The BAFTA award winning programme is back with a bang! But the question remains: will someone finally beat The Cube and take home the top prize of a quarter of a million pounds? 

Phillip Schofield is back to host the forth series of The Cube which tests contestants’ ability, nerve and determination to win. The Cube will continue to challenge members of the public to attempt deceivingly simple tasks in a giant cube. Once inside, there is nowhere to hide, as their entire journey is captured from all angles by over 90 slow-motion and Gamefreeze(™) cameras. 

With each task worth a large cash prize, the contestant will have to keep their nerve in this high pressure game of skill and strategy to move closer to the top prize of £250,000. 

Each player starts with nine lives and has to complete seven tasks to win the jackpot but if they accept the challenge and lose all their lives during the game, they will leave with nothing. 

In episode 8, two more brave contestants square up to the Cube. But how will 22 year old call centre manager Jamie from Edinburgh, and project engineer Dean from Cardiff fare under the pressure?

Saturday, 24 December 2011, 6:30PM – 7:30PM

The BAFTA award winning programme is back with a bang! But the question remains: will someone finally beat The Cube and take home the top prize of a quarter of a million pounds? 

In this Coronation Street Cube special, actors Ryan Thomas (the Street’s Jason Grimshaw) and Julie Hesmondhalgh (who plays Hayley Cropper) boldly take on the Cube in honour of their chosen charities, but both encounter more ups and downs than a night in the Rovers. 

Sunday, 11 December 2011, 6:30PM – 7:30PM

The BAFTA award winning programme is back with a bang! But the question remains: will someone finally beat The Cube and take home the top prize of a quarter of a million pounds? 

Phillip Schofield is back to host the forth series of The Cube which tests contestants’ ability, nerve and determination to win. The Cube will continue to challenge members of the public to attempt deceivingly simple tasks in a giant cube. Once inside, there is nowhere to hide, as their entire journey is captured from all angles by over 90 slow-motion and Gamefreeze(™) cameras. 

With each task worth a large cash prize, the contestant will have to keep their nerve in this high pressure game of skill and strategy to move closer to the top prize of £250,000. 

Each player starts with nine lives and has to complete seven tasks to win the jackpot but if they accept the challenge and lose all their lives during the game, they will leave with nothing. 

In episode 7, Marshall Arts expert Neil attacks the Cube while forklift truck driver Luke takes a more laid back approach. But will either of them beat it for a quarter of a million pounds? 

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