Blind Date (UK TV Series)

Blind Date (UK TV Series)

Blind Date is a British dating game show produced by London Weekend Television. An unscreened pilot was made with comic Duncan Norvelle as presenter but it was eventually hosted by Cilla Black, who already hosted the LWT series, Surprise, Surprise. Blind Date ran on Saturdays nights from 30 November 1985 to 31 May 2003.

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... Date Entitle 25 December 1987 Christmas Special 1 25 December 1988 Christmas Special 2 29 July 1989 The Best of Blind Date 1 22 September 1990 The Best of Blind Date 2 9 February 1991 The Best of Blind Date 3 20 October 1991 Blind Date Wedding 21 December 1991 Christmas Special 3 1 February 1992 The Best of Blind Date 4 8 February 1992 The Best of Blind Date 5 1 May 1992 The Best of Blind Date 6 18 July 1992 Blind Date Telethon Special 25 December 1992 Christmas Special 4 1 January 1994 The Best of Blind Date 7 12 February 1994 The Wedding The Best of the Rest 31 December 1994 Tenth Anniversary Show 13 September 1997 Blind Date Exclusive 1 21 March 1998 Blind Date Classics 14 November 1998 Blind Date Exclusive 2 20 June 1999 The Blind Date Wedding 25 December 2002 Christmas Celebrity Special (Part 1) 25 December 2002 Christmas Celebrity Special (Part 2). ...

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