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University Challenge - Time Given For Answers

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Anngel123 | 08:04 Tue 06th Aug 2013 | Media & TV
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I have been watching this sterling programme for over 40 years. It is my opinion that Bamber would be turning in his grave. The time given for discussion, when the contestants have NO IDEA of the answer is just ridiculous. Shown last week to best effect when the winning team ended on a magnificent score of 300 because the KNEW THE ANSWERS or had a really fast discussion and gave them quickly. They really need to instigate a timed reply because it is getting ridiculous. Or, maybe there is a time and it is too long. Anyone else noticed this, or is it mine and my hubbies imagination? I can't see anywhere on the University Challenge website to give a comment. If anyone knows one....I will comment.

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Aw come on, if it weren't for the long pauses JP wouldn't get to shout "GET ON WITH IT!" This is one of my fav TV progs btw.
And Emily Maitlis, say no more; there's an open front door here if she wants to drop by.
// Being on TV with the cameras rolling is a very different experience than acting normally //

What program were you on DT - Crimewatch?
^^ Haaaaaaaaaa! Silly sod! Crying.....
Don't be cheeky, Ludwig. You know it was Jeremy Kyle. ;)
Jeremy Kyle is -- or was -- filmed right next to the University Challenge set. So maybe he popped in to JK after a tight match?
Oh, stoppit willya! I've got things to do! Can't sit here all day laughing!

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