Win Your Wish List

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Win Your Wish List
Also known asGino's Win Your Wish List
GenreGame show
Presented byShane Richie (2014–16)
Gino D'Acampo (2018–)
Country of originUnited Kingdom
Original language(s)English
No. of series4
No. of episodes29 (as of 14 July 2019)
Production
Running time50 minutes (2014–16)
60 minutes (2018–)
Production company(s)Victory Television Scotland and BBC Scotland (2014–16)
Stellify Media (2018–)
DistributorSony Pictures Television
Release
Original networkBBC One (2014–16)
Channel 5 (2018–)
Picture format16:9
Original release27 December 2014 (2014-12-27) –
present
Chronology
Related showsThe National Lottery Draws

Gino’s Win Your Wish List (previously Win Your Wish List from 2014–2016) is a British game show that first aired on BBC One as a National Lottery show from 27 December 2014 to 7 May 2016 with Shane Richie as host and then on Channel 5 since 28 July 2018 with Gino D'Acampo as host.[1]

Format[edit]

In each episode, a family of five compete in six rounds to try to win prizes from list of six gifts they have previously chosen (their "Wish List"). Each of the six rounds is based on either a question and answers on a chosen subject or a dexterity type challenge. In the question and answer rounds, one member of the family will ask the questions whilst another member of the family attempts to answer them.

The floor made of slabs in LED is divided into two parts: one red (right) and one green (left). When the time starts, the gauge will slowly and continuously tilt towards the red edge. Each good answer advances the gauge towards the green edge. There are three possibilities:

  • if the gauge reaches the edge of the red zone or is in the red zone at the end of the stopwatch, the gift is definitely lost;
  • if the gauge is in the green zone at the end of the stopwatch, the gift is validated and can only be won by winning the final;
  • if the gauge reaches the edge of the green zone before the end of the stopwatch, the gift is won even if the final is lost.

Lifelines[edit]

The candidates have at their disposal one lifeline, usable once in the programme:

  • reset allows a family member not taking part in the challenge to reset the gauge when it is too red;

Series Overview[edit]

Series Start date End date Episodes
1 27 December 2014 14 March 2015 10
2 6 February 2016 7 May 2016 8
3 28 July 2018 29 December 2018 7
4 23 June 2019 2019 12

Transmissions[edit]

Series 1[edit]

Episode
no.
Airdate Viewers
(millions)[2]
BBC One
weekly ranking[2]
1 27 December 2014 5.13 24
2 3 January 2015 5.28 25
3 10 January 2015 5.00 28
4 17 January 2015 4.95 25
5 24 January 2015 4.90 25
6 31 January 2015 4.83 24
7 7 February 2015 5.27 18
8 14 February 2015 4.94 19
9 21 February 2015 4.79 25
10 14 March 2015 5.29 24

Series 2[edit]

Episode
no.
Airdate Viewers
(millions)[2]
BBC One
weekly ranking[2]
1 6 February 2016 4.26 29
2 13 February 2016 4.19 26
3 20 February 2016 4.29 29
4 12 March 2016 3.91 28
5 16 April 2016 4.42 26
6 23 April 2016 4.51 25
7 30 April 2016 4.37 26
8 7 May 2016 4.33 26

Series 3[edit]

Episode
no.
Airdate Viewers
(millions)[2]
Channel 5
weekly ranking[2]
1 28 July 2018 0.94 8
2 4 August 2018 0.76 25
3 11 August 2018 0.84 18
4 18 August 2018 0.70 22
5 25 August 2018 0.59 30
6 22 December 2018 N/A N/A
7 29 December 2018 N/A N/A

Series 4[edit]

Episode
no.
Airdate Viewers
(millions)[2]
Channel 5
weekly ranking[2]
1 23 June 2019
2 30 June 2019
3 7 July 2019
4 14 July 2019
5 2019
6 2019
7 2019
8 2019
9 2019
10 2019
11 2019
12 2019

International versions[edit]

Country Name First episode Last episode Host TV station Status
 France Wish List : La Liste de vos envies 6 July 2015 15 January 2016[3] Christophe Dechavanne TF1 Cancelled
 Portugal Prêmio De Sonho 5 August 2019 Cristina Ferreira SIC Airing

Notes[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Channel 5 adds Stellify to new Wish List". c21Media.net. 15 May 2018.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h "Weekly Top 30 Programmes". Broadcasters' Audience Research Board. Retrieved 27 December 2014.
  3. ^ Wish List : TF1 déprogramme le jeu de Christophe Dechavanne Published 17 January 2016. Retrieved 2 September 2019

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