This game is super simple; Jeremy has all the answers, fresh from the news of the week. We want to know… 'what’s the question?'
Each team takes a turn at speculating just what that question may be, with 2 answers per team per round. (Whether they’re actually trying is somewhat debatable).
IN MY PROFESSIONAL OPINION
Members of a selected profession give their opinion on a news item of the week. The teams then have to decide what topic was.
WHAT’S THE STORY?
We’ve clipped the biggest news stories of the week into 20” videos without sound – funnily enough the aim of the game is to decipher ‘What’s the Story?’
We show you a picture - you come up with the caption.
SLICE OF SEVEN
A famous Kiwi musician performs a song for each team, the subject matter being a news story from (you guessed it) the last seven days.
The classic Yes/ No game whereby our teams attempt to trick a MP into saying… Yes or No by firing questions at them ‘press-conference’ style until they crack!
The teams watch a video from New Zealand history. In the studio we have a line-up of four people, one of which appeared in the clip - the teams have to deduce who.
MY KID COULD DRAW THAT
Players are shown a child’s drawing of a news story from that week’s news. They have to identify which story is depicted.
For each team a Newspaper headline and a photo to go with it is shown from a community newspaper from somewhere in New Zealand. There is a word missing from the headline, and the team must guess what the complete headline is.