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A broadcast quiz played by a panel or team of people.
test of knowledge, competition, quiz game, quiz showView synonyms
- ‘The event will be a light-hearted celebration, with a mix of fun events ranging from panel games and cabaret performances to recitals, seminars and workshops.’
- ‘After leaving Cambridge, he was ever-present on television in comedy shows and panel games.’
- ‘First broadcast in 1972, the hugely popular panel game regularly features high-calibre guests.’
- ‘BBC Radio 4's most devious panel game celebrates a special anniversary on New Year's Day, 2003.’
- ‘Having said which, there is something glorious about archive footage of a panel game with ashtrays on the tabletops.’
- ‘He also became a star in his own right, thanks to his ability to be amusing off the cuff in TV and radio panel games.’
- ‘There will be a comedy panel game as part of the show in which comedians will pit their wits against each other.’
- ‘I'm not even talking about comedy panel games, though I'd classify all of them as rubbish.’
- ‘I try and avoid everything in between; I don't do ads or appear on panel games or things like that.’
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