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The show's jackpot starts off at PS1,000 and rolls over if the team in the final cannot find a pointless answer.
Along with presenter Alexander Armstrong, Osman, above, has helmed the tricky teatime quiz show since 2009, and they have so far filmed more than 1,000 episodes of its original version and spin-off Pointless Celebrities.
In fact, he's built a career on them, from producing 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown, in his day job as creative director at TV production company Endemol, to co-hosting teatime BBC quiz show Pointless, with Alexander Armstrong.
asked Rahi, asserting that abiding by the Constitution and national pact made the "basket" redundant and pointless.
NORTHUMBERLAND-BORN Pointless presenter Alexander Armstrong would be "deeply upset" if the popular programme changed in any way or switched channels, he said.
COVENTRY music icon Pauline Black will appear on a forthcoming special episode of BBC Pointless.
Instead, we watched a load of dogs and cats doing a series of physical and mental tests so pointless that even one of the scientists felt obliged to argue: "Well, when does a cat ever need to count up to 10?
Step forward Erdington MP Jack Dromey who, among other pointless outbursts, suggested that he didn't want Trump within a thousand miles of our shores.
Sophie Howe the "Future Generations Commissioner" , I think future generations will be asking why the hell we paid PS93K for a pointless job.
Discussion over the possibility of postponing May's parliamentary elections in light of developments in the Cyprus problem is pointless since a deal was still far away, main opposition AKEL leader Andros Kyprianou said on Monday.