Child Genius United Kingdom
Child Genius United Kingdom is British Documentary TV series. Produced by Wall to Wall Media. Stars: Celia Imrie, Olivia Van Der Werff, Lyn Kendall. It first aired on Feb 08, 2007, on Channel 4. The series has 6.8 * rating by IMDb.
How Many Seasons Of Child Genius United Kingdom Have There Been: 9 (32 episodes)
|Season 10|| |
|Season 9|| |
Season premieres on February 25, 2019
Channel 4, 6 episodes
|Season 8|| |
Season premieres on August 14, 2017
Finale: August 18, 2017
Channel 4, 5 episodes
|Season 7|| |
2016, Channel 4, 4 episodes
|Season 6|| |
2015, Channel 4, 5 episodes
|Season 5|| |
2014, Channel 4, 4 episodes
|Season 4|| |
2013, Channel 4, 4 episodes
|Season 3|| |
2010, Channel 4, 5 episodes
|Season 2|| |
2008, Channel 4, 4 episodes
|Season 1|| |
2007, Channel 4, 4 episodes
Child Genius United Kingdom is on Channel 4 (United Kingdom) Mondays at 6 pm
S9E6 (Episode 6) - Air Date: Mar 02, 2019 (4 months ago)
Waleed Aly's wife Dr. Susan Carland will host quiz show Child Genius - Daily Mail - according to Dailymail
'Our kids rarely get a chance to see that championed — there's a lot of TV celebrities, and even more YouTube stars for them to admire, but rarely do kids get to see people up in lights for their brains, especially children their own age.'
Child Genius show rocked by cheating row - The Telegraph - via Telegraph
Last year it ended in controversy when the Sonal, the mother of winner Rhea, was accused of swindling her daughter's victory by intervening to get adjudicators to remark her answers and therefore get her through a tie break.
Child Genius, Channel 4/Agnetha: Abba and After, BBC One - The Arts Desk - via Theartsdesk
Then there’s Josh, whose cabinet is laden with chess trophies, not all of them plastic. His American über-mom enters him in 200 chess matches a year. The plan after 10,000 hours is to make him the youngest ever chess grandmaster. “I have focussed a lot on the chance to celebrate Josh,” she purred. “The chance to win is a very exciting moment for a mother.” Out of the mouths of babes' mums. And you thought these people could only be found court-side at tennis grand slams.
TV blog: Child Genius - Saga Magazine News - per Saga
Anyway, the show is both remarkable and charming, and despite a degree of precociousness, you cannot fail to fall for the kids involved. They are all very sweet, scrupulously polite, and entirely supportive of each other, and are generally far more rational than their parents. But beware – if you feel yourself getting too emotionally involved – there’s a gruelling tiebreak at the end of episode one.