Epic Win

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Epic Win
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Genre Comedy
Created by Andrew Brereton
Written by Gary Delaney
Henry Paker
Paul Powell
David Reilly
Directed by Jim Hickey
Gemma Rawcliffe
Richard Van't Riet
Barbara Lee
Presented by Alexander Armstrong
Voices of Joe Lycett
Country of origin United Kingdom
Original language(s) English
No. of series 1
No. of episodes 6
Executive producer(s) Antonia Hurford-Jones
Producer(s) Jim Hickey
Gemma Rawcliffe
Sarah Church
Gemma Nightingale
Lucie Rake
Richard Grocock
Location(s) BBC Television Centre
Editor(s) Steve Charles
Crispin Holland
Dan Mellow
Nick Peto
Running time 35 minutes
Production company(s) Unique
Original network BBC One
Picture format 16:9
Original release 20 August (2011-08-20) – 24 September 2011 (2011-09-24)

Epic Win is a British game show that aired on BBC One from 20 August to 24 September 2011 and was hosted by Alexander Armstrong.


The programme sees contestants complete individual challenges such as trying to dress while bouncing a football or cycling while trying to inflate hot water bottles. Those who complete their challenge go to the "Epic Centre" and have the opportunity to win between £3 and £3,000, depending on what the celebrity panelists think this is worth. Those who fail a challenge have to exit through the "fail door".

Celebrity guests[edit]

Show Celebrities Original air date
1 Micky Flanagan, Jason Manford and Nina Wadia 20 August 2011
2 Micky Flanagan, Katy Brand and Rita Simons 27 August 2011
3 Micky Flanagan, Ed Byrne and Sunetra Sarker 3 September 2011
4 Micky Flanagan, Kevin Bridges and Alex Jones 10 September 2011
5 Patrick Kielty, Stephen K. Amos and Ann Widdecombe 17 September 2011
6 Micky Flanagan, Jason Byrne and Joe Swash 24 September 2011

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