RTS Futures Christmas Quiz

The RTS Christmas quiz is back! 

Come and join some of the biggest names in the TV industry for a night of wine, nibbles and furious competition as you test your knowledge of television and celebrity news from the past year. The winning team will bag a very special and exclusive gift to go under their tree this year. 

Hosted by Celebrity Big Brother winner & The Bi Life presenter Courtney Act and featuring surprise celebrity cameos - it’s a night not to be missed so grab your tickets here! 

Pick which industry experts team you’ll join!

RTS Futures Christmas Quiz

Yes, Christmas is nearly here and it's time for the 2017 edition of our sparkling Christmas quiz with the glitterati of broadcast and production.
Join the industry's top creatives as they go head to head in a battle for the accolade of best TV trivia brains. But they won’t be competing alone. Each team of industry execs will be joined by you, the RTS Futures members, to help seal their success. Wow us all with your unrivalled TV knowledge and be in with the chance of a money-can’t-buy prize!

NBCUniversal International named lead sponsor of RTS London Conference 2016

As leader of one of the world’s largest media and entertainment companies, Burke will share his views on global media trends, how NBCUniversal is capitalising on shifts in consumer, technological and market dynamics, and his expectations for the future.


Jason Manford back with series two of Unbeatable

Credit: BBC

The general knowledge knockout competition sees players pit their answers against each other in a test of confidence. 

Four players play solo and battle rounds, answering questions by picking from a board of six rankable answers.

If they decide to play it safe, they can earn £100 for each answer that beats another on the same board.

However, if they think they have picked the best possible answer they can press their unbeatable button.

If they are correct they win £1,000, but if they are wrong they win nothing.

Romesh Ranganathan to host new series of Weakest Link

Romesh Ranganathan (Credit: BBC)

The quick-fire general knowledge quiz will put celebrities’ minds to the test, as they battle against each other until only two players remain and a winner is crowned. 

Ranganathan will be taking his own unique presenting style and put the celebrities under pressure, as they attempt to avoid being eliminated and win money for their chosen charity. 

Editor Pia Di Ciaula on piecing together the big puzzle of ITV's Quiz

It was James Graham who reopened the casefiles of the Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? scandal, adapting his play for a hit three-part drama, Quiz, that recalled the origins of the ground-breaking quiz show and the scandal involving former major Charles Ingram. Ingram was accused of cheating by listening for coughs on the right answers from his wife, Diana, and fellow contestant Tecwen Whittock.

Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? has its first UK millionaire winner in 14 years

The upcoming series, which is due to air next month, was filmed without a studio audience due to Covid-19, with an adapted format to adhere to the government guidelines around social distancing.

The contestants will still have the choice of four lifelines, but the Ask the Audience option will be replaced by another Phone a Friend, alongside the 50:50 and Ask The Host lifelines.