HeadJam

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Presented byHeadJam_header_cell_0_1_0 Vernon KayHeadJam_cell_0_1_1
Country of originHeadJam_header_cell_0_2_0 United KingdomHeadJam_cell_0_2_1
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ProducerHeadJam_header_cell_0_4_0 Woof!HeadJam_cell_0_4_1
Running timeHeadJam_header_cell_0_5_0 30 minutesHeadJam_cell_0_5_1
ReleaseHeadJam_header_cell_0_6_0
Original networkHeadJam_header_cell_0_7_0 BBC ThreeHeadJam_cell_0_7_1
Original releaseHeadJam_header_cell_0_8_0 2 July (2004-07-02) –

26 August 2004 (2004-08-26)HeadJam_cell_0_8_1

HeadJam is a BBC television game show hosted by Vernon Kay. HeadJam_sentence_0

It originally aired during the summer of 2004 on BBC Three, with a repeat soon afterwards on BBC Two. HeadJam_sentence_1

It features two teams, each consisting of a member of the public and a celebrity. HeadJam_sentence_2

Celebrities included Claudia Winkleman, DJ Spoony, Joe Cornish, Lauren Laverne, Natalie Casey, Paddy O'Connell, Edith Bowman, Mark Durden-Smith, Julie Fernandez and Ed Byrne. HeadJam_sentence_3

All the contestants and celebrity contestants play a variety of rounds, answering questions about popular culture. HeadJam_sentence_4

Rounds included Spoonerisms, guessing TV themes and film taglines, and general knowledge questions about specific years. HeadJam_sentence_5

The contestant with the most points at the end played a final round, named "HeadJam", in which the member of the public had to memorise and then deliver the answers to eight questions in order. HeadJam_sentence_6


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