Leeds nostalgia: Yorkshire couple in 1982 Play Your Cards Right car win

BRUCE FORSYTH'S PLAY YOUR CARDS RIGHT

'Don't touch the pack we'll be right back'�

Bruce Forsyth's classic gameshow BRUCE FORSYTH'S PLAY YOUR CARDS RIGHT returns to ITV1 this autumn for a brand new series.   For the first time contestants can win cash prizes of up to �138, 000.

Legendary TV entertainer, Bruce is back and welcomes two new gorgeous 'dolly dealers', Annalise Braakensiek (ex Home and Away) and Vicki-Lee Walberg (former Miss UK), who will assist him in introducing the contestants and in dealing the cards.
BRUCE FORSYTH'S PLAY YOUR CARDS RIGHT 'Don't touch the pack we'll be right back'� Bruce Forsyth's classic gameshow BRUCE FORSYTH'S PLAY YOUR CARDS RIGHT returns to ITV1 this autumn for a brand new series. For the first time contestants can win cash prizes of up to �138, 000. Legendary TV entertainer, Bruce is back and welcomes two new gorgeous 'dolly dealers', Annalise Braakensiek (ex Home and Away) and Vicki-Lee Walberg (former Miss UK), who will assist him in introducing the contestants and in dealing the cards.
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A couple from Yorkshire who won TV’s Play Your Cards Right, hosted by Bruce Forsyth, pictured inset, ended up on the news before the programme was actually broadcast.

This effectively torpedoed the show, which was broadcast on New Year’s Day.

The couple, David Bradshaw and wife Valerie, flashed up on Yorkshire TV screens as winners of the popular show, which ran from 1980 right up to 2003 and saw couples compete by trying to guess whether playing cards would be higher or lower than the previous one in order to win prizes.

Mr and Mrs Bradshaw won a new Metro car but for ratings for their show may have been lower (rather than higher) as most viewers already knew the outcome.

Ilkley, 30th July 1976

Ted Carroll, the TV and film extra with the 180 degree nose, is learning to live with himself at his pub in Ilkley, West Yorkshire.

The new Ted, with the old nose, is a bronze bust modelled by a sculptress at Ilkley College.
In fact Janet Bowler's Ted Carroll is even more rugged than the real thing.
Ted let his nose go its own way after having it broken four times during his 12 years with Hunslet Rugby League Club.
"She left it over the holidays with me to see if I could get used to it. People come up to it and order two pints", said Mr. Carroll, who with his wife, Beryl, runs the Rose and Crown, opposite Ilkley Parish Church.

Leeds nostalgia: July 1976: Former rugby league player ‘gets used to living with himself’