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  • 221 épisodes
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    2008
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Quiz show in which connections must be made between apparently unconnected things and where patience and lateral thinking are as vital as knowledge.

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S01E01 Lapsed Psychologists v Knitters 15/09/2008
S01E02 Crossworders v Birkbeck Alumni 22/09/2008
S01E03 County Councillors v Ombudsmen 29/09/2008
S01E04 Science Writers v Travel Writers 06/10/2008
S01E05 Edinburgh Scrabblers v Solent Scrabblers 13/10/2008
S01E06 Urban Cyclists v Country Walkers 20/10/2008
S01E07 Bankers v Bookkeepers 27/10/2008
S01E08 Cricket Supporters v IT Supporters 03/11/2008
S01E09 County Councillors v Science Writers 10/11/2008
S01E10 Crossworders v Edinburgh Scrabblers 17/11/2008
S01E11 Bankers v IT Supporters 24/11/2008
S01E12 Lapsed Psychologists v Country Walkers 01/12/2008
S01E13 Crossworders v Science Writers 08/12/2008
S01E14 Bankers v Lapsed Psychologists 15/12/2008
S01E15 Crossworders v Lapsed Psychologists 22/12/2008
S03E01 Archers Admirers v Music Lovers 01/04/2010 A team of three civil servants with a shared love of Radio 4's The Archers pit their wits against a trio of music lovers who between them perform or enjoy everything from pub rock to choral sung mass. They compete to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random, from AC battery to compass wrench to glass hammer to long stand.
S03E02 Polymaths v Strategists 11/01/2010 The Polymaths pool their disparate skills in chicken husbandry, musical theatre and urban geography to challenge the brainpower of the Strategists, a team unified by their love of sophisticated strategy board games. They compete to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random, including Cakes and Ale, The Dogs of War, Brave New World and The Darling Buds of May.
S03E03 Choir Boys v Brasenose Postgrads 18/01/2010 Three members of the Brighton and Hove Gay Men's Chorus square up to a trio of postgraduates of Brasenose College, Oxford.
S03E04 Philosophers v Hitchhikers 25/01/2010 Three philosophy students pit their wisdom against a trio of Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy fans.
S03E05 Neuroscientists v Rugby Fans 01/02/2010 Three neuroscientists hailing from Australia, South Africa and Canada scrum down against the intellectual brawn of three rugby fans, as they compete to draw together the connections between many disparate elements that, at first glance, seem utterly bereft of associations. So what connects cream, quotation marks, tennis matches and yellow lines?
S03E06 Exeter Alumni v Gourmands 08/02/2010 Three former flatmates and graduates of Exeter University pit their wits against a news producer, a civil servant and an IT consultant who share a passion for fine food. Who will win the battle as they compete to draw together the connections between things, which, at first glance, seem utterly random?
S03E07 Insurers v Gamblers 15/02/2010 A team of insurance professionals face off against a trio of committed gamblers. Who will win the battle as they compete to draw together the connections between things, which, at first glance, seem utterly random - such as Prince of Darkness, Bambi, Grocer and Tarzan?
S03E08 Booksellers v Bowlers 22/02/2010 Three senior managers from a national bookstore face off against a team drawn together by their love of London's retro bowling alleys. Who will win the battle as they compete to draw together the connections between things, which, at first glance, seem utterly random?
S03E09 Archers Admirers v Exeter Alumni 01/03/2010 In the first of the quarter-finals, three fans of the Archers radio series take on the combined knowledge of three flatmates who all met up at Exeter University. They compete to draw together the connections between things, which, at first glance, seem utterly random - from Castor and Pollux to Brahma to Yoshi to Orville the Duck.
S03E10 Brasenose Postgrads v Hitchhikers 08/03/2010 In the second of the quarter-finals, three postgraduate students from Brasenose College, Oxford, pit their wits against a trio of Douglas Adams fans who call themselves the Hitchhikers, in honour of the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. They compete to draw together the connections between elements which, at first glance, seem utterly random: P J Tracy, Nicci French, Ellery Queen and Grant Naylor.
S03E11 Neuroscientists v Strategists 15/03/2010 In the third of the quarter-finals, three studying for their PhDs at Oxford set out to challenge the brainpower of the strategists, a team unified by their love of sophisticated strategy board games. They compete to draw together the connections between things, which, at first glance, seem utterly random - from maypoles to horse racing to spoken theatre to mince pies.
S03E12 Gamblers v Bowlers 22/03/2010 In the last of the quarter-finals, three committed gamblers take their chances against a team unified by their love of ten-pin bowling. They compete to draw together the connections between things, which, at first glance, seem utterly random - from birdsong to breakout to shotgun to takeover.
S03E13 Archers Admirers v Gamblers 29/03/2010 How will they respond to the threat of cavalier risk-taking from a team of confirmed Gamblers? They'll compete to draw together the connections between elements which at first glance seem utterly random, including purple dye and the Jules Rimet trophy.
S03E14 Hitchhikers v Strategists 05/04/2010 In the second semi-final, three fans of the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy lock horns with the cunning of the Strategists, a team bound by their love of obscure European board games.
S03E15 Gamblers v Strategists 12/04/2010 In the series final, cunning and tactics combine with logic, recall and tangential inspiration, as three committed Gamblers resist the temptation to take too many risks and the Strategists fight the impulse to err on the side of caution. Whose approach will win out in this battle of the giants? They'll compete to draw together the connections between elements which at first glance seem utterly random, from Captain Scarlet to Reg Cox to Marty Hopkirk to Arnold J Rimmer.
S04E01 Epicureans v Courtiers 06/09/2010 A team of three old university pals with a shared love of exotic foods and fine dining pit their wits against a trio of Ulstermen from the Northern Ireland Court Service. They compete to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random, from USS Constitution to Edmund II to Cromwell's cavalrymen to Raymond Burr.
S04E02 The Wrights v Urban Walkers 13/09/2010 The Wright family from Leeds pool their knowledge of IT, Electrical Engineering and Mexican cinema to challenge the brainpower of the Urban Walkers, a team unified by their love of taking extended inner city hikes across various European capitals.
S04E03 Radio Addicts v Taxonomists 20/09/2010 A doctor, a teacher and an accountant with a shared passion for radio square up to a trio of professional taxonomists - three women who make companies more successful through their precise use of language.
S04E04 Brit Poppers v Geocachers 27/09/2010 Three stalwarts of the Camden music scene (including the man who discovered Blur) pit their wit and wisdom against a husband, wife and pal who share a love of geocaching, the craze for treasure-hunting using GPS. They compete to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random, from Mao to David Hume to Casanova to Philip Larkin.
S04E05 Fantasy Writers v Bridge Players 04/10/2010 Three fantasy writers, captained by a man who has written for Doctor Who, lock horns with a trio of bridge players, each with post-grad qualifications from Oxford University. They compete to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random, from monocaine to the helmet of Perseus to Siegfried's cloak to James Bond's Aston Martin.
S04E06 Mensans v Bloggers 11/10/2010 Three friends who originally met through British Mensa pit their wits against a team drawn together by their love of TV blogs and forums. They compete to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random, from mice to Madeleine to Gabriel.
S04E07 Mountain Men v In-Laws 18/10/2010 Three dedicated hill walkers from Derbyshire face off against a family threesome of husband, wife and brother-in-law. They compete to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random, from Race for Life to the Sanctuary Spa to the Oaks Stakes to the Orange Prize for Fiction.
S04E08 Alesmen v Pool Sharks 25/10/2010 Three men joined by their enthusiasm for real ale confront two maths graduates and a pharmacist who are a regular fixture at their local pool hall. They compete to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random, from Pugachev's Cobra to Split S, Cuban Eight and Barrel Roll.
S04E09 Epicureans v Bridge Players 01/11/2010 In the first of the quarter-finals, three old chums from university days who share a passion for fine dining take on the combined knowledge of three Oxford graduates with a love of bridge. They compete to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random, from Agamemnon to Jim Morrison, Marion Crane and Jean-Paul Marat.
S04E10 Wrights v Bloggers 08/11/2010 In the second quarter-final, the Wright family of mum, dad and daughter return to pit their wits against a trio of committed bloggers who met on TV gossip forum sites. They compete to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random, from Unloose to Debone, Irregardless and Inflammable.
S04E11 Radio Addicts v Brit Poppers 22/11/2010 In the third quarter-final, a doctor, a teacher and an accountant with a unifying love of the radio return to challenge the brainpower of three Camden-based lynchpins of the British music industry. They compete to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random, from Rachel Stevens to Newfoundland dog, Stalin and Donald Duck.
S04E12 In-Laws v Alesmen 29/11/2010 In the last quarter-final, a family team featuring a patent lawyer, a graphic designer and a business analyst return to the field of conflict to take their chances against a trio unified by their love of authentic cask-conditioned ales. They compete to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random, from early return from transportation to destroying a fishpond, sacrilege and treason.
S04E13 Epicureans v Wrights 06/12/2010 In the first semi-final, three lovers of luxurious wines and exotic dishes set aside their shared passion to address the challenge of the combined wits of the Wright family. They compete to draw together the connections between things which at first glance seem utterly random, such as completing the sequence: 1950: Soap; 1952: Tea; 1953: Cream, eggs, sweets, sugar; ????
S04E14 Alesmen v Radio Addicts 13/12/2010 In the second semi-final, three lovers of authentic beer lock horns with the cunning of a team bound by their love of the airwaves. They compete to draw together the connections between things which at first glance seem utterly random, from Norman Conquest begins to Stella Artois brewery founded to Great Fire of London to ????
S04E15 Wrights v Alesmen 20/12/2010 In this play-off between semi-final losers, the Wright family combine their wits to take on the mental firepower of the alesmen in a last battle for glory. They compete to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random - from I, Libertine to Venus on the Half-shell to the Tales of Beedle Bard to Fly Fishing.
S04E16 Epicureans v Radio Addicts 27/12/2010 In the series finale, cunning and tactics combine with logic, recall and tangential inspiration as three committed gourmands set aside their love of fine foods to concentrate on the job in hand - battle for victory over the radio addicts, a team with the diverse combined knowledge of a doctor, a teacher and an accountant.
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S05E01 Social Networkers v Vegetarians 15/08/2011 A trio of social networkers who met online take on three committed vegetarians. They compete to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random, from the Barghest of Yorkshire to the Mail on Sunday's political column to Winston Churchill's depression to Gnasher.
S05E02 Edwards Family v Inorganic Chemists 22/08/2011 A father, son and daughter-in-law square up to three postgraduate chemistry students from Oxford University. They compete to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random, from French nuclear tests in 1960 to the Krzysztof Kieslowski film trilogy to the Luxembourg flag to the Minis in The Italian Job.
S05E03 Analysts v Editors 29/08/2011 A team of professional analysts with degrees in modern languages, English and maths pit their wits against a trio of editors who delight in their meticulous attention to detail. They compete to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random, from Ho to Beetlejuice to I Divorce You to White Rabbits.
S05E04 Joggers v Technologists 05/09/2011 Three running enthusiasts play three colleagues from a creative engineering company
S05E05 Fantasy Footballers v Antiquarians 12/09/2011 Three online football team managers take on a team who love historical things.
S05E06 Listeners v Steel City Singers 19/09/2011 Three Listener crossword fans play a trio of choristers from Sheffield University.
S05E07 Rowers v Linguists 26/09/2011 Three rowers play a trio of linguists.
S05E08 Rock 'n' rollers v Trade Unionists 03/10/2011 Three aficionados of the Scottish rock music scene pit their wits against three members of an executive council trade union group. They compete to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random, from Isabelle Dinoire to Tycho Brahe to the Maid in the Garden to the Sphinx.
S05E09 Social Networkers v Antiquarians 10/10/2011 Three online pals take on a trio of history buffs in the first of the quarter-finals. They compete to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random, from elephant to hippopotamus to Mississippi to one thousand
S05E10 Rowers v Listeners 17/10/2011 A team of rowers encounter three fans of the Listener crossword in the second of the quarter-finals. They compete to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random, from Steiff to Veuve Clicquot to Deutsche Grammophon to Boddingtons.
S05E11 Edwards Family v Trade Unionists 24/10/2011 A father, son and daughter-in-law pit their wits against three members of an executive council trade union group in the third of the quarter-finals. They compete to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random, from Little Venice to Silver to Christopher Columbus to The Equator.
S05E12 Analysts v Technologists 31/10/2011 Three professional analysts square up to three colleagues at a creative engineering firm in the last of the quarter-finals. They compete to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random, from Private Wilhelm to Jelly Babies to Mandrakes to David Sutch.
S05E13 Listeners v Antiquarians 07/11/2011
S05E14 Analysts v Trade Unionists 21/11/2011
S05E15 Listeners v Trade Unionists 28/11/2011
S05E16 Analysts v Antiquarians 05/12/2011
S06E01 Joinees v Draughtsmen 27/08/2012 Three members of Danny Wallace's Join Me campaign pit their wits against three beer lovers. They compete to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random. Connections include: Family planning, Nazi badge for political prisoners, England's oldest trademark and youth hostel.
S06E02 TEFL Teachers v IT Specialists 03/09/2012 Three teachers square up to a team of IT specialists as they compete to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random, from Desert Attack to MI-5 to Clue to Murder in the Calais Coach.
S06E03 Footballers v Second Violinists 10/09/2012 A trio of footballers pit their wits against three orchestral players as they compete to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random, from True Lies to Three Men and a Baby to Sommersby to The Birdcage.
S06E04 Wordsmiths v Educators 17/09/2012 Three writers face three high school teachers as they compete to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random, from manufacturing gunpowder to Roman mouthwash to thickening wool to marking territory.
S06E05 Trenchermen v Numerists 24/09/2012 Three friends who share hearty appetites take on a trio of young mathematicians, competing to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random. So join Victoria if you want to know what connects a heart, the Once and Future King, post-war Berlin and this question.
S06E06 Wintonians v Quitters 01/10/2012 Three friends from Winchester pit their wits against a team who have all recently quit smoking, competing to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random. So join Victoria Coren if you want to know what connects Estee Lauder, Frida Kahlo, Dorothy Parker and Elizabeth Taylor.
S06E07 Scribes v Ciphers 08/10/2012 Three professional writers take on a trio of friends united by their love of codes and puzzles, competing to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random. So join Victoria if you want to know what connects Holly Golightly's flatmate, avian resident of Hundred Acre Wood, Columbo's basset hound and knitted sidekick of Johnny Vegas.
S06E08 Accountants v Cinephiles 15/10/2012 Three colleagues in an accountancy firm pit their wits against a team of cinema lovers, competing to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random. So join Victoria Coren if you want to know what connects Touched by Death, electrocuted by hospital generator, squashed by cartload of underpants and shot by Mr Garrison.
S06E09 Draughtsmen v Numerists 22/10/2012 Three beer drinkers take on a trio of mathematicians in the first of the quarter-finals, competing to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random. So join Victoria Coren if you want to know what connects Chichester's round the world yacht, Nicholas Breakspear, Henry Bolingbroke and Star Wars: A New Hope.
S06E10 Footballers v Cinephiles 29/10/2012 A team of committed football fans encounters three film lovers in the second of the quarter-finals, competing to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random. So join Victoria if you want to know what connects sachertorte, valrhona chocolate, custard cream biscuits and polo mints.
S06E11 Teachers v Scribes 05/11/2012 Three teachers encounter a trio of writers in the third of the quarter-finals, competing to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random. So join Victoria Coren if you want to know what connects Sara Lee, Brita, Wendy's and Lily O'Brien's.
S06E12 Wintonians v Wordsmiths 19/11/2012 Quiz show presented by Victoria Coren in which knowledge will only take you so far, as patience and lateral thinking are also vital. Three friends from Winchester square up to a team united by their passion for reading and writing in this quarter-final, competing to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random. So join Victoria if you want to know what connects the 69th Infantry Regiment, Münchner Kindl, Serjeant-at-Arms and the Greek Olympic team.
S06E13 Footballers v Draughtsmen 26/11/2012 In the first of the semi-finals three football fans take on a trio of beer enthusiasts, competing to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random. So join Victoria Coren if you want to know what connects Hercule Poirot 06/08/1975, Tour de France 26/07/2007, Captain Birdseye 07/06/1971 and English cricket 02/09/1882.
S06E14 Scribes v Wordsmiths 03/12/2012 In the second of the semi-finals, a trio of scribes and three wordsmiths fight it out for a place in the series finale, competing to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random. So join Victoria Coren if you want to know what connects Yesterday, sewing machine, benzene ring and Kubla Khan.
S06E15 Footballers v Wordsmiths 10/12/2012 In the play-off for third place, a trio of football fans and three writers compete to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random. So join Victoria Coren if you want to know what connects Jed Clampett: 9.5, Artemis Fowl II: 13.5, Scrooge McDuck: 44.1 and Rich Uncle Pennybags: 2.6.
S06E16 Scribes v Draughtsmen 17/12/2012 In the series final and the 100th episode, three writers square up to a trio of beer lovers for the right to be named Series 6 champions. They must draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random. So join Victoria Coren if you want to know what connects Marty Feldman's last film, captain of Queen Anne's Revenge, Holy Roman Emperor Frederick and wife-murdering Perrault character.
S06E17 Champion of Champions: Analysts v Scribes 00/00/0000 Series 5 champions the Analysts take on Series 6 champions the Scribes in a bid to be named Only Connect Champion of Champions. So join Victoria Coren if you want to know what connects 10-foot gypsum statue, 'plastic wood' head and toy submarine, orang-utan jawbone and human skull, and paper cut-outs of fairies.
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S07E01 Corpuscles v Cat Lovers 13/05/2013 Three graduates of Corpus Christi College, Oxford pit their wits against a trio of cat lovers, competing to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects the Green Knight, electric toothbrush, Kryten and Worzel Gummidge.
S07E02 Cartophiles v Celts 20/05/2013 Three map lovers take on a team from Wales, competing to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Civilization V, Chicken Wire, Graphite Crystal, and Blockbusters board.
S07E03 Francophiles v Festival Fans 27/05/2013 A trio connected by their love of all things French take on three festival attendees, competing to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Hirst's 'Cupric Nitrate', Mr Tumble's bag, Pudsey's bandage, and Twister mat.
S07E04 General Practitioners v Fell Walkers 03/06/2013 A trio of GPs square up to three fell walkers, competing to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Injun Joe's body, Roquefort cheese, Dead Sea Scrolls, and troglodytes.
S07E05 Corpuscles v Cartophiles 10/06/2013 Two teams who lost their first heats return for another chance at making the semi-finals, competing to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects prom video, holiday armadillo, Princess Leia fantasy, and fake Monica.
S07E06 General Practitioners v Festival Fans 17/06/2013 Three GPs and a trio of festival fans return for a second chance at making the semi-finals, competing to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Freda Fry, Metropolis, Gromit, and 4'33".
S07E07 Celts v Cat Lovers 24/06/2013 The Celts and the Cat Lovers, both first-round winners, return in the hopes of securing a place in the semi-finals, competing to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Felicity, California with the Forbidden City, Jerusalem on the Mappa Mundi and Mecca.
S07E08 Francophiles v Fell Walkers 01/07/2013 The Francophiles and the Fell Walkers, both first-round winners, return in the hopes of securing a place in the semi-finals, competing to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Mali, Guinea to Ireland, Ivory Coast to Netherlands, Serbia & Montenegro to Poland, Monaco.
S07E09 Festival Fans v Cat Lovers 08/07/2013 A trio of festival fans take on three cat lovers in both teams' last chance to make it to the semi-finals, competing to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects air stewardess, Hughes H-4 Hercules, Alexandra Palace and England cricket supporters.
S07E10 Cartophiles v Fell Walkers 15/07/2013 Three map lovers and a trio of fell walkers return to try to make it to the semi-finals, competing to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects orphans in Oliver Twist, tropical storms, Sue Grafton detective novel series and series of QI.
S07E11 Celts v Festival Fans 22/07/2013 Celts v Festival Fans: Quiz show in which links must be made between seemingly random things. In the first of the semi-finals, a team from Wales take on a trio of festival fans.
S07E12 Francophiles v Cartophiles 29/07/2013 Francophiles v Cartophiles: Quiz show in which links must be made between seemingly random things. In the second semi-final, three Francophiles square up to a trio of map lovers.
S07E13 Francophiles v Celts 05/08/2013 Francophiles v Celts: In the series finale, the Francophiles take on the Celts in a bid to be named champions. They try to find connections between things which seem utterly random.
S08E01 Lasletts v Pilots 23/09/2013 Lasletts v Pilots: A family team take on a team of three airline pilots.
S08E02 Globetrotters v Board Gamers 30/09/2013 Globetrotters v Board Gamers: Quiz show in which connections must be made between things which seem utterly random. A trio of travellers square up to three board game players.
S08E03 Oenophiles v Science Editors 07/10/2013 Oenophiles v Science Editors: Quiz show in which connections must be made between things which appear utterly random. A trio of wine lovers take on three science editors.
S08E04 Press Gang v Bakers 14/10/2013 Press Gang v Bakers: Quiz show in which connections must be made between things which appear utterly random at first glance. The press gang take on a team of bakers.
S08E05 Pilots v Globetrotters 21/10/2013 Pilots v Globetrotters: Quiz show in which connections must be made between things which appear utterly random at first glance. Two teams who lost their first-round heats return.
S08E06 Press Gang v Science Editors 28/10/2013 Press Gang v Science Editors: Quiz show in which connections must be made between things which appear utterly random at first glance. Two teams who lost their first heats return.
S08E07 Lasletts v Board Gamers 04/11/2013 Lasletts v Board Gamers: Quiz show in which connections must be made between things which appear random. Family team the Lasletts compete against a trio of board game enthusiasts.
S08E08 Oenophiles v Bakers 18/11/2013 Oenophiles v Bakers: Quiz show in which connections must be made between things which appear random. Two teams of first-round winners return, as three wine lovers play three bakers.
S08E09 Science Editors v Board Gamers 25/11/2013 Science Editors v Board Gamers: Quiz show in which connections must be made between things which appear random. Three science editors take on a trio of board gamers.
S08E10 Globetrotters v Bakers 02/12/2013 Globetrotters v Bakers: Quiz show in which connections must be made between things which appear random. A trio of travellers take on three bakers, trying to make the semi-finals.
S08E11 Oenophiles v Board Gamers 09/12/2013 Oenophiles v Board Gamers: Quiz show in which connections must be made between things which appear random. Three wine lovers take on three board gamers in the first semi-final.
S08E12 Lasletts v Bakers 16/12/2013 Lasletts v Bakers: Quiz show in which connections must be made between things which appear random. A family team take on three bakers in the last of the semi-finals.
S08E13 Board Gamers v Bakers 23/12/2013 Board Gamers v Bakers: Three board game aficionados take on a trio of bakers in the series finale.
S09E01 Heath Family v Exhibitionist 14/04/2014 A family team take on three museum aficionados.
S09E02 Europhiles v Relatives 21/04/2014 Three fans of the continent take on a family team.
S09E03 Welsh Learners v Software Engineers 28/04/2014 Three Welsh language learners take on a trio of software engineers.
S09E04 Erstwhile Athletes v Record Collectors 05/05/2014 Three former athletes square up to a trio of record collectors.
S09E05 Relatives v Exhibitionists 12/05/2014 Two first-round losers return as a family team play a trio of art enthusiasts.
S09E06 Software Engineers v Erstwhile Athletes 19/05/2014 Three former athletes take on a trio of computer experts.
S09E07 Europhiles v Heath Family 26/05/2014 A trio of Europhiles take on a family team in a bid to reach the semi-finals.
S09E08 Welsh Learners v Record Collectors 02/06/2014 Three budding linguists take on a trio of record collectors.
S09E09 Software Engineers v Heath Family 09/06/2014 Three software engineers take on a family team in a bid to make the semis.
S09E10 Relatives v Record Collectors 16/06/2014 A family team plays a trio record collectors in a bid to make the semi-final.
S09E11 Welsh Learners v Relatives 23/06/2014 A trio of Welsh learners take on a family team in the first of the semi-finals.
S09E12 Europhiles v Software Engineers 30/06/2014 Three Europhiles take on a trio of computer experts in the second of the semi-finals.
S09E13 Europhiles v Relatives 07/07/2014 In the final, the Europhiles and the Relatives compete to draw connections between seemingly random things. Join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects: Monaco, Stoccarda, Colonia and Berlino.
S10E01 Politicos v Felinophiles 01/09/2014 A trio of political enthusiasts compete against three cat lovers to draw together the connections between seemingly unrelated things. So join Victoria if you want to know what connects a theatre on London's Argyll Street, a golf club, a UK policeman and a US five-cent coin.
S10E02 History Boys v Oxonians 08/09/2014 Three historians take on a team from Oxford. They compete to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Guernsey, Jersey, Balaclava and Bikini.
S10E03 Wandering Minstrels v Gallifreyans 15/09/2014 Three musicians take on a team of Doctor Who fans. They compete to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Steve Jobs, Marcus Garvey, Dave Swarbrick and Mark Twain.
S10E04 QI Elves v Bibliophiles 22/09/2014 A team of researchers from QI take on a trio of book lovers. They'll compete to draw together the connections between things which at first glance, seem utterly random. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Ford Prefect, Sherlock Holmes, David Brent and Gandalf.
S10E05 Coders v Gamesmasters 29/09/2014 Three coders square up to a team of video gamers. They'll compete to draw together the connections between things which at first glance seem utterly random. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects doctor, neighbour, friend and spook.
S10E06 Chessmen v Linguists 06/10/2014 A team of chess fans meet a team of linguists. They'll compete to draw together the connections between things which at first glance seem utterly random. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects apt, apposite, awl and anion.
S10E07 Orienteers v Romantics 13/10/2014 A team of orienteers take on three old-fashioned romantics. They'll compete to draw together the connections between things which at first glance seem utterly random. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects messiah, apocalypse, the heist and russian roulette.
S10E08 Nordiphiles v Nightwatchmen 20/10/2014 A trio of Norway-lovers take on three cricket fans. They'll compete to draw together the connections between things which at first glance seem utterly random. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Ruddigore, Straw Dogs, Jamaica Inn and Doc Martin
S10E09 Politicos v Oxonians 27/10/2014 Two teams of first-round losers return for a second chance to stay in the tournament. They'll compete to draw together the connections between things which at first glance seem utterly random. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Diamond Sutra, Benin Bronzes, Rosetta Stone and Elgin Marbles.
S10E10 Wandering Minstrels v Chessmen 03/11/2014 Two more teams of first-round losers return for a second chance to stay in the tournament. They compete to draw together the connections between things which at first glance seem utterly random. Join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Salem, Graymalkin, Crookshanks and Gobbolino.
S10E11 Coders v Romantics 17/11/2014 Two more teams of first-round losers return for a second chance to stay in the tournament. They compete to draw together the connections between things which at first glance seem utterly random.
S10E12 QI Elves v Nightwatchmen 24/11/2014 Two more teams of first-round losers return for a second chance to stay in the tournament. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Joan Fontaine, Jack Charlton, Lucian Freud and Liam Gallagher.
S10E13 History Boys v Felinophiles 01/12/2014 Two teams who won their first heat return in the hope of securing a place in the quarter-finals. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Meher Baba, Cuzco, Peru, peace and the LGBT community.
S10E14 Linguists v Gallifreyans 08/12/2014 Two teams who won their first heat return in the hope of securing a place in the quarter-finals. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects a rat, zombies, a paternity dispute and racism.
S10E16 Nordiphiles v Bibliophiles 05/01/2015 Two more first-round winners return in the hope of securing a place in the quarter-finals. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Sapporo Dome, John Smith's Stadium, Liberty Stadium and KC Stadium.
S10E17 Chessmen v Felinophiles 12/01/2015 A trio of chess players and three cat lovers return for a last chance at making it to the quarter-finals. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Romeo, Wayne, Kim and Bow Wow.
S10E18 Linguists v Oxonians 19/01/2015 Three linguists square up to a team from Oxford in a bid to make it to the quarter-finals. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Muscoidea, uncomplimentary, unproprietary and unoriental.
S10E19 Bibliophiles v Gamesmasters 26/01/2015 A team of book lovers take on three video gamers in a bid to secure a place in the quarter-finals. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Queen Elizabeth II, Romeo Beckham, Mark and Carol Thatcher, and Macduff.
S10E20 QI Elves v Coders 02/02/2015 The QI Elves take on three computer experts as they compete to win a place in the quarter-finals. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Jimmy White, Bob Welch, Bruce Reynolds and Ronnie Biggs.
S10E21 History Boys v Linguists 09/02/2015 In this quarter-final, three historians take on a trio of linguists. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Susan, Surajprasad, Staples and Stearns.
S10E22 Orienteers v Gamemasters 16/02/2015 In the second of the quarter-finals, the Orienteers face up to a team of video game enthusiasts. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Rome 64, London 1212, New York 1776 and London 1666.
S10E23 Nordiphiles v QI Elves 23/02/2015 The QI Elves return in this quarter-final. They compete against the Nordiphiles to draw together the connection between things, which at first glance, seem utterly random. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Usain Bolt, William Wordsworth, Mark de Man and Lord Judge.
S10E24 Chessmen v Gallifreyans 02/03/2015 Three chess players take on a team of Doctor Who fans in the last of the quarter-finals. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects memory stick, jazzercise, jacuzzi and portaloo.
S10E25 Chessmen v History Boys 16/03/2015 In the first of the semi-finals a trio of chess aficionados take on three history buffs in a bid to win their place in the series finale. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects lanthanides, a Gaelic football team, the UN Security Council and the Scottish jury in a criminal trial.
S10E26 Orienteers v QI Elves 23/03/2015 In the last of the semi-finals a team of orienteers take on the QI Elves in a bid to win their place in the series finale. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects the island home of Circe, the three-toed sloth, the third-largest Jovian moon and the French word for 'water'.
S10E27 Orienteers v Chessmen 30/03/2015 In the series finale, the Orienteers and Chessmen battle it out to be named Only Connect champions. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Diarmuid Ua Duibhne, White Death, Robin Hood and King Charles II.
S11E01 Cluesmiths v Operational Researchers 13/07/2015 Three crossword compilers take on a trio of operational researchers in the first of the eleventh series. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Quintuple Troth, Distress Signal, 1963 Lincoln Memorial Speech and 1815 Belgian Battle.
S11E02 Polyglots v Yorkers 20/07/2015 A team of linguists take on three York University students in this show. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Monstroso, Any Human Heart, Birdsong and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.
S11E03 Spaghetti Westerners v Mixologists 27/07/2015 A team of film buffs take on three cocktail aficionados. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Daddy Warbucks, Ellen Ripley, Sherlock Holmes and Bobby Ewing.
S11E04 Collectors v Railwaymen 03/08/2015 A team of collectors take on three railway enthusiasts. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Llanelli RFC, A for adultery, Sir Percy Blakeney and Sherlock Holmes debut.
S11E05 Wayfarers v Bookworms 10/08/2015 A team of travel enthusiasts take on a trio of bibliophiles. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects a song in High Society, a Whiskas slogan, Kenneth Wolstenholme commentary and an EM Forster epigram.
S11E06 String Section v Headliners 17/08/2015 A team of musicians take on three publishers in this edition. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects the flag of Vietnam, Google Os, the MCC tie and Rupert Bear's clothes.
S11E07 Road Trippers v Athenians 24/08/2015 A trio of road trippers take on three fans of Greece in this edition. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Elizabeth and James, Menace II Society, Harvard Connection and I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles).
S11E08 Scientists v Builders 31/08/2015 A team of scientists square up to a team of builders in the last of the heats. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects The Raven, Little Weed, Seagulls in Finding Nemo and Hodor.
S11E09 Polyglots v Operational Researchers 07/09/2015 A team of linguists battle it out against a team of operational researchers for a place in the next phase of the competition. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects the Pirate Planet, Starship Titanic, Last Chance to See and h2g2.
S11E10 Collectors v Mixologists 14/09/2015 Two teams who lost their first heats return for one last chance to make it to the quarter finals. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Darkness Visible, the Dementors, a bell jar and a black dog.
S11E11 Headliners v Bookworms 21/09/2015 Two teams who lost their first heats return for one last chance to make it to the quarter finals. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects the starting position in Shogi, The Times crossword grid, the flag of Georgia and S.
S11E12 Road Trippers v Builders 28/09/2015 Two teams who lost their first heats return for one last chance to make it to the quarter finals. The Road Trippers and the Builders compete to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random. What links seven consonants, two vowels, three syllables and seven letters?
S11E13 Cluesmiths v Yorkers 05/10/2015 The Cluesmiths take on the Yorkers. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Seborga, Forvik, Christiania and Sealand.
S11E14 Spaghetti Westerners v Railwaymen 12/10/2015 Two winning teams return in the hope of securing a place in the quarter-finals: The Spaghetti Westerners and the Railwaymen. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects a set of decimal coins, a set of badges, a 1970 annual and a photograph of Valerie Singleton.
S11E15 Wayfarers v String Section 19/10/2015 A team of Wayfarers take on a trio of musicians. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects numbat, echidna, pangolin and aardvark.
S11E16 Scientists v Athenians 26/10/2015 Three scientists take on a team of Athenians. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Einsteinium, names of Allah, 1974 Lions call and Luftballons.
S11E17 Cluesmiths v Mixologists 02/11/2015 The Cluesmiths and Mixologists return for a last chance to earn a place in the quarter-finals. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Matthew Bannister's show BBC World Service, an entry in a dictionary, your flexible friend and the venue for London 2012 boxing.
S11E18 Spaghetti Westerners v Operational Researchers 16/11/2015 A trio of film buffs and three operational researchers return for a last chance to make it to the quarter-finals. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects a painful sports 'hernia', stars hollow, captain James Onedin and Happy Sandler.
S11E19 Wayfarers v Builders 23/11/2015 A team of wayfarers and three builders return for a last chance to make it to the quarter-finals. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Medelsvensson [Sweden], Max Mustermann [Germany], Jan Modaal [Netherlands] and Joe Blow [Australia].
S11E20 Athenians v Bookworms 30/11/2015 The Athenians and Bookworms return for a last chance to make it to the quarter-finals. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects The Cradle Will Rock, The Pilgrim's Progress, the New Statesman and the Mr Men.
S11E21 Scientists v String Section 07/12/2015 The Scientists and the String Section return in the first of the quarter-finals. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Memoir: My Life, Song: Your Life, Film: September and Novella: The Life of Ivan Denisovich.
S11E22 Yorkers v Operational Researchers 14/12/2015 The Yorkers and the Operational Researchers return in the second quarter-final. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Rebecca, Cold, Western and Judean People's Front.
S11E23 Cluesmiths v Railwaymen 21/12/2015 The Cluesmiths and Railwaymen return for a quarter-final match. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects ADN, TVA, SIDA and OTAN.
S11E24 Wayfarers v Bookworms 28/12/2015 The Wayfarers and Bookworms return for a quarter-final match. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects General Tom Thumb, 'Sonny' Liston, Chuck Berry and Lewis Carroll.
S11E25 Semi-Final 04/01/2016 The first of the semi-finals and the 200th episode. Two returning teams compete for a place in the grand final. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Bird, Little Dyer, Angelic Brother and Little Barrel.
S11E26 Semi-Final 2 11/01/2016 In the second semi-final, two returning teams compete for a place in the grand final. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects 'blending', 'changing', 'like smoke' and light-dark'.
S11E27 The Final 18/01/2016 In the grand final, two teams battle it out to be named Only Connect series champions. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Foke, Hombay, Egantic and Leakfast.
S00E01 Champion of Champions: Crossworders v Rugby Boys 21/12/2009 The Crossworders, champions of series one, return to challenge the kings of series two, the Rugby Boys, drawing together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random. So what is the connection between Sir George Booth, Yassin Omar, Mr Toad and Bonnie Prince Charlie?
S00E02 Children in Need: Wheel Men v Larks 15/11/2010 A special Children in Need episode of the quiz show presented by Victoria Coren in which knowledge will only take you so far, as patience and lateral thinking are also vital. The cunning wiles of the Wheel Men (Rev Richard Coles, Adam Hart-Davis and Grub Smith) take on the combined brains of the Larks (Michael Bywater, Sir Andrew Motion and Stuart Maconie), trying to work out what connects the likes of Fawlty Towers to St Joseph's Wort, Pesto and the Great Mouse Detective.
S00E03 Champion of Champions: Gamblers v Epicureans 10/01/2011 The Gamblers, the winners of series three, square up to the Epicureans, the winners of series four, connecting such subjects as Nero, Mary Portas, Alan Cumming and Elton John.
S00E04 University Challenge: Crossworders v University Challengers 17/01/2011 Victoria Coren presents a special edition of the quiz show in which knowledge will only take you so far, as patience and lateral thinking are also vital. Undefeated champions of champions, the Crossworders, risk their reputation by confronting the awesome brainpower of the University Challengers, captained by the illustrious Alex Guttenplan. It isn't going to be an easy ride for either team, as they try to connect Fortis shareholders with Muntadar al-Zaidi, sabateurs and Nikita Kruschchev.
S00E05 Comic Relief: Treesome v Larks 14/03/2011 The Treesome (Brian Sewell, Adam Hart-Davis and Grub Smith) lock intellectual brains with the Larks (Michael Bywater, Sir Andrew Motion and Stuart Maconie) as they try to work out what connects the Golden Gate Bridge and David Dickinson.
S00E06 Children in Need: Great Believers v Free Speakers 14/11/2011 In this Pudsey Special, two teams of clever celebrities prepare to lose their dignity in honour of Children in Need. The cunning wiles of the Great Believers 'Nick Hornby, Dame Joan Bakewell and John Lloyd' take on the combined brains of the Free Speakers (Ian Hislop, Simon Singh and John Sessions). So join Victoria if you want to know what connects Erte, Herge, Jeep and Esso.
S00E07 Wall Night 1: Part 1 12/12/2011 The first half of Only Connect's inaugural Wall Night Special, in which eight teams return to face off against the Wall.
S00E08 Wall Night 1: Part 2 12/12/2011 The second half of Only Connect's inaugural Wall Night Special, in which eight teams return to face off against the Wall.
S00E09 Champion of Champions: Crossworders v Epicureans 02/01/2012
S00E10 Mastermind: Crossworders v Masterminders 09/01/2012
S00E11 Wall Night 2: Part 1 31/01/2012 Eight seasoned Only Connect teams return to take part in a Connecting Wall mini-tournament.
S00E12 Wall Night 2: Part 2 31/01/2012 Eight seasoned Only Connect teams return to take part in a Connecting Wall mini-tournament.
S00E13 Sport Relief: Cutters v Backhanders 19/03/2012
S00E14 Children in Need: Goldfingers v Fowls 12/11/2012 Victoria Coren hosts a very special celebrity edition of the quiz where knowledge will only take you so far, and patience and lateral thinking are also vital. In this Pudsey Special, two teams of clever celebrities prepare to lose their dignity in honour of Children in Need. The cunning wiles of the Goldfingers (Charlie Higson, Daisy Goodwin and Matthew Parris) take on the combined brains of the Fowls (Rosie Boycott, Richard Osman and Clarke Carlisle). So join Victoria if you want to know what connects Mark Antony, Henry VIII, Sir Sidney Ruff-Diamond and the Black Fingernail.
S00E15 Champion of Champions: Analysts v Scribes 07/01/2013 Series 5 champions the Analysts take on Series 6 champions the Scribes in a bid to be named Only Connect Champion of Champions. So join Victoria Coren if you want to know what connects 10-foot gypsum statue, 'plastic wood' head and toy submarine, orang-utan jawbone and human skull, and paper cut-outs of fairies.
S00E16 Eggheads v Davids 14/01/2013 Three Eggheads take on three champion captains all called David, drawing together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random. So join Victoria Coren if you want to know what connects Apollo 12, Pan Am Flight 214, Lee Trevino and York Minster.
S00E17 Comic Relief: Neuromantics v Muppets 11/03/2013 Victoria Coren hosts a special celebrity edition of the quiz where knowledge will only take you so far, and patience and lateral thinking are also vital. Two teams of clever celebrities prepare to lose their dignity in honour of Comic Relief, as the Neuromantics (Charlie Higson, Rufus Hound, and Baroness Susan Greenfield) take on the combined wits of the Muppets (David Mitchell, Rosie Boycott, and Bill Turnbull). So join Victoria if you want to know what connects £100,000, PG Wodehouse, deep reddish-purple and Jack Horner's thumb.
S00E18 Children in Need: Scrabblers v The Balding Team 11/11/2013 Children In Need Special: Scrabblers v The Balding Team. Victoria Coren Mitchell hosts a celebrity edition of the quiz where patience and lateral thinking are as vital as knowledge.
S00E19 Sport Relief: Scribblers v Terriers 17/03/2014 Two teams of clever celebrities prepare to lose their dignity in honour of Sport Relief as the Scribblers (Alice Arnold, Charlie Brooker and Ed Smith) take on the Terriers (Clare Balding, Val McDermid and Joshua Levine). So join Victoria if you want to know what connects: Howard's End, Veterans' Day, Caesar's Palace and Every dog has its day.
S00E20 Children in Need: Noggins v Curiosities 10/11/2014 In this special Children in Need episode, two teams of celebrities put their collective reputations on the line in the name of charity. The Noggins - Robert Peston, Patrick Marber and Sophie Grigson - and the Curiosities - Kevin Eldon, Professor Steve Jones and Kate Mosse - compete to draw together the connections between things which at first glance seem utterly random. Join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Theos, Hercules, endeavours and Ellerys.
S00E21 Comic Relief: Waterbabies v Tillers 09/03/2015
S00E22 Children in Need: Music Monkeys v Chess Pieces 09/11/2015 In this Children in Need special, two teams of celebrities compete to draw together the connections between things which, at first glance, seem utterly random. The Music Monkeys, featuring captain David Baddiel with Clemency Burton-Hill and Philip Hensher, square up to the Chess Pieces, a team lead by Hugh Dennis and featuring Bonnie Greer and AN Wilson. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Frodo Baggins, a half-eaten Kit Kat, transgressing Yakuza members and Homer Simpson's hands.
S00E23 Sport Relief: Royal III v BBC 14/03/2016 In this Sport Relief special, the Royal III - David Baddiel, Dr John Cooper Clarke and Philippa Gregory - square up to the BBC - Hugh Dennis, Julian Lloyd Webber and Lynne Truss. So join Victoria Coren Mitchell if you want to know what connects Donkey, Xanthus, Balaam's ass and Mister Ed.

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