Through the Keyhole

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Through the Keyhole
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Also known asKeith Lemon's Through the Keyhole
Genre
Created byKevin Sim
Presented by
Country of originUnited Kingdom
Original language(s)English
No. of series
  • 8 (ITV)
  • 1 (Sky 1)
  • 9 (BBC)
  • 6 (Revival)
No. of episodes
  • 115 (ITV)
  • ? (Sky 1)
  • ? (BBC)
  • 35 (Revival)
Production
Production location(s)
Running time
  • 30 minutes (1987–2006)
  • 45 minutes (2007–2008)
  • 60 minutes (2013–2019)
Production company(s)
Distributor
Release
Original network
Picture format
  • 4:3 (1987–2000)
  • 16:9 (2001–2008; 2013–2019)
Original releaseOriginal series:
3 April 1987 (1987-04-03) – 4 June 2008 (2008-06-04)
Revived series:
31 August 2013 (2013-08-31) 
23 February 2019 (2019-02-23)
External links
Website

Through the Keyhole is a British comedy panel game show created by TV Producer Kevin Sim and originally presented by Sir David Frost and Loyd Grossman. It features the host going around celebrities' houses and then getting a panel of other celebrities to try to guess who the famous homeowner is.

Contents

The show was originally produced by Yorkshire Television and aired on ITV from 3 April 1987 to 1 May 1995, then it aired on Sky 1 from 22 February to 23 December 1996 before moving to BBC1 from 7 April 1997 to 2004 and then its sister channel BBC Two from 26 February 2006 to 4 June 2008.

In 2013, the show was revived for ITV with Keith Lemon as the host. [1] In February 2020, it was reported that the programme had been cancelled after six series. [2]

History

Original series

Through the Keyhole originally started as a segment on TV-am, first being broadcast on its launch day on 1 February 1983. [3] The idea was created by Kevin Sim as a chance to look around some of the most influential homes with Loyd Grossman at the helm as the tour presenter. Grossman was mistakenly given the job after someone confused him with a journalist. [4] It became a regular feature of TV-am throughout 1983. [5]

In 1987, Frost transferred the concept to Yorkshire Television and produced a full half-hour programme for ITV where a celebrity panel tries to guess whose house is being looked at. It ran in primetime on Friday nights for eight years on ITV and was rarely out of the top ten entertainment programmes on TV. The executive producers were Kevin Sim and Chantal Rickards. From 1996, it was produced by Frost's own production company, Paradine Productions, at Yorkshire Television. That same year, the show also moved to Sky 1 for one series. It then moved to BBC1 Daytime in 1997 until 2004. The final three BBC series aired on BBC Two from 2006 to 2008, when it was finally axed by the BBC. However, a special aired in March 2011 for Red Nose Day 2011 as part of marathon panel show 24 Hour Panel People.

Revival

Through the Keyhole set at BBC Elstree Centre in 2018. Through the Keyhole set.jpg
Through the Keyhole set at BBC Elstree Centre in 2018.

The programme returned in 2013 on its original broadcast channel ITV with Leigh Francis as Keith Lemon taking up the role of presenter and house detective. The new series was filmed at Pinewood Studios until 2018, with series 6 filmed at the BBC Elstree Centre's Studio D in the latter half of the year. [6] [7] Dave Berry is a regular panellist. He appeared in all the episodes of the first series and has also made numerous appearances in following series. Celebrity guests on the show are a closely guarded secret until transmission. The first episode of the revived series aired on the same day that former host Sir David Frost died, although the news did not break until the following morning. [8]

Before his death in August 2013, Frost gave his backing to ITV's remake saying "I am delighted that the Keyhole format is now entering its fourth decade on TV. I know the pilot show went down very well with the studio audience and I wish Keith and his team the very best of luck for the series." [9]

Format

At the start of each episode, Frost introduces a panel of three celebrities, with the catchphrase "And what a panel they are ..." and some gently humorous or mocking descriptions. He then hands over to the location presenter who gives the panellists a guided tour of the property, noting particular items, though there is typically a large amount of misdirection involved as the items pointed out by the presenter are not necessarily the most pertinent clues to the person's identity. Items not specifically mentioned may provide much more useful clues. Once completed, Frost reveals the identity of the guest to the audience and the panel are given turns at guessing their identity. The audience participate with varying degrees of applause according to the accuracy of the panellists' guesswork.

The panellists are either successful at identifying the guest or Frost reveals their identity, after which they are interviewed and given a key-shaped trophy as a memento. Starting during Loyd Grossman's reign as location presenter, the geographic spread was extended with one of the properties on each show being located in the US and one in Europe. When Stefanie Powers joined in 2007, she was based in the US and conducted the US property tours, whilst in the UK Lisa Snowdon conducted the European part.

Celebrity panellists and homeowners

ITV

Series 1

#Celebrity panellistsCelebrity homeownersOriginal air date
1 Alan Coren
Mary Parkinson
Kenneth Williams
Spike Milligan
Stirling Moss
3 April 1987 [10]
2 Willie Rushton
Eve Pollard
Chris Tarrant
Linda Lusardi
Freddie Starr
10 April 1987 [11]
3Chris Tarrant
Nina Myskow
Lord Lichfield
Tony Blackburn
Robert Maxwell
17 April 1987 [12]
4Alan Coren
Mary Parkinson
Kenneth Williams
Lynsey de Paul
Magnus Pike
24 April 1987 [13]
5Chris Tarrant
Nina Myskow
Lord Lichfield
Bryan Robson
Beryl Reid
1 May 1987 [14]
6Willie Rushton
Eve Pollard
Chris Tarrant
Molly Parkin
Vince Hill
8 May 1987 [15]
7Alan Coren
Moira Stuart
Willie Rushton
Five Star
Mary Whitehouse
15 May 1987 [16]
8Chris Tarrant
Eve Pollard
Kenneth Williams
Suzanne Dando
Lennie Bennett
22 May 1987 [17]
9Steve Blacknell
Anna Raeburn
Willie Rushton
Rick Wakeman
Sandy Gall
29 May 1987 [18]
10Alan Coren
Moira Stuart
Willie Rushton
Jack Charlton
Stan Boardman
5 June 1987 [19]
11Chris Tarrant
Eve Pollard
Kenneth Williams
Denis Healey
Janet Brown
12 June 1987 [20]
12Chris Tarrant
Nina Myskow
Lord Lichfield
Tessa Sanderson
George Melly
19 June 1987 [21]
13Chris Tarrant
Eve Pollard
Kenneth Williams
Harvey Smith
Duchess of Argyll
26 June 1987 [22]

Series 2

#Celebrity panellistsCelebrity homeownersOriginal air date
1Chris Tarrant
Emma Freud
Willie Rushton
David Steel
Ruby Wax
15 April 1988 [23]
2 Pattie Coldwell
Lord Lichfield
Eve Pollard
Uri Geller
Bob Carolgees
22 April 1988 [24]
3Willie Rushton
Clare Rayner
Chris Tarrant
Michael Fish
Su Pollard
29 April 1988 [25]
4Chris Tarrant
Anna Raeburn
Nigel Dempster
Jane Rossington
Freddie Truman
6 May 1988 [26]
5Willie Rushton
Sarah Kennedy
Alan Coren
Clive Sinclair
Kenny Everett
13 May 1988 [27]
6Willie Rushton
Eve Pollard
Judith Chalmers
Katie Boyle
Bernard Manning
20 May 1988 [28]
7Willie Rushton
Clare Rayner
Chris Tarrant
Bob Champion
Debbie Greenwood
27 May 1988 [29]
8Patti Coldwell
Lord Lichfield
Eve Pollard
Gordon Honeycombe
Liz Dawn
3 June 1988 [30]
9Willie Rushton
Sarah Kennedy
Alan Coren
Bill Oddie
Clare Francis
24 June 1988 [31]
10Chris Tarrant
Anna Raeburn
Nigel Dempster
Mike Reid
Mike Read
1 July 1988 [32]
11Chris Tarrant
Emma Freud
Willie Rushton
Kenny Ball
Lucinda Green
8 July 1988 [33]
12Willie Rushton
Eve Pollard
Alan Coren
Lord Montagu of Beaulieu
Fatima Whitbread
15 July 1988 [34]
13Eve Pollard
Chris Tarrant
Alan Coren
Jean Rogers
Clement Freud
5 August 1988 [35]

Series 3

#Celebrity panellistsCelebrity homeownersOriginal air date
1Chris Tarrant
Alan Titchmarsh
Debbie Rix
Henry Cooper
Ruth Madoc
17 February 1989 [36]
2Willie Rushton
Chris Tarrant
Eve Pollard
Bruce Kent
Jimmy Savile
24 February 1989 [37]
3Willie Rushton
Patti Coldwell
Ned Sherrin
Bernie Clifton
Delia Smith
3 March 1989 [38]
4 Sue Lloyd
Bill Oddie
Chris Tarrant
Lance Percival
Maria Whittaker
10 March 1989 [39]
5Alan Coren
Debbie Rix
Chris Tarrant
Nina Myskow
Eddie "The Eagle" Edwards
17 March 1989 [40]
6Chris Tarrant Jim Bowen
Ossie Ardilles
24 March 1989 [41]
7Clement Freud
Anna Raeburn
Willie Rushton
Victor & Marilyn Lownes
Paddy Ashdown & Jane Ashdown
31 March 1989 [42]
8Chris Tarrant
Eve Pollard
Alan Coren
Rachael Heyhoe Flint
Russell Grant
7 April 1989 [43]
9Katie Boyle
Willie Rushton
Carol Vorderman
Mary Peters
Screaming Lord Sutch
14 April 1989 [44]
10 Judi Spiers
Chris Tarrant
Sue Lloyd
Sharron Davies
Bernard Matthews
21 April 1989 [45]
11Patti Coldwell
Willie Rushton
Ned Sherrin
Annabel Croft
Kenny Lynch
28 April 1989 [46]
12Willie Rushton
Anna Raeburn
Clement Freud
Norman St John-Stevas
Steve Wright
5 May 1989 [47]
13Judi Spiers
Chris Tarrant
Bill Oddie
Eddy Shah
Kathy Staff
12 May 1989 [48]

Series 4

#Celebrity panellistsCelebrity homeownersOriginal air date
1Chris Tarrant
Stephanie Calman
Alan Coren
Judge James Pickles
Doc Cox
9 March 1990 [49]
2Katie Boyle
Willie Rushton
Chris Tarrant
Sheila Ferguson
Lord John Oaksey
16 March 1990 [50]
3Willie Rushton
Patti Coldwell
Mike Read
Barbara Castle
Barry McGuigan
23 March 1990 [51]
4Willie Rushton
Chris Tarrant
Katie Boyle
Viscount Weymouth
John Conteh
30 March 1990 [52]
5Chris Tarrant
Nina Myskow
Danny La Rue
Patrick Moore
Gerald Harper
6 April 1990 [53]
6Willie Rushton
Hilary Kingsley
Mike Read
Acker Bilk
Rose-Marie
13 April 1990 [54]
7Willie Rushton
Nina Myskow
Andrew O'Connor
Debbie Moore
Roger De Courcey
20 April 1990 [55]
8Willie Rushton
Nina Myskow
Andrew O'Connor
Phil Drabble
Peter Stringfellow
27 April 1990 [56]
9Chris Tarrant
Stephanie Calman
Alan Coren
Simon & Annette Howard
William Roache
4 May 1990 [57]
10Willie Rushton
Eve Pollard
Lord Lichfield
Zandra Rhodes
Ray Illingworth
11 May 1990 [58]
11Lord Lichfield
Eve Pollard
Danny La Rue
Jeffrey Archer
Glynn Christian
18 May 1990 [59]
12Willie Rushton
Eve Pollard
Mike Read
Gerry & Susan Goldwyres
Phil & Frances Edmonds
25 May 1990 [60]
13Eve Pollard
Chris Tarrant
Alan Titchmarsh
Tony Hart
Don Maclean
1 June 1990 [61]


Revival

Series 1

#Celebrity
panellists
Celebrity
homeowners
Original
air date
Viewers
(millions) [62]
1 Dave Berry
Eamonn Holmes
Martine McCutcheon
Louis Smith
John Prescott
Duncan James
Lee Ryan
31 August 20135.13
2Dave Berry
Jonathan Ross
Denise van Outen
Mary Berry
Carol McGiffin
Tom Fletcher
7 September 20134.21
3Dave Berry
Cilla Black
Holly Willoughby
Louis Walsh
Kerry Katona
Greg Rutherford
14 September 20134.25
4Dave Berry
Terry Wogan
Catherine Tyldesley
Bruno Tonioli
Stacey Solomon
Kelly Hoppen
21 September 20133.95
5Dave Berry
Emma Bunton
Larry Lamb
Linda Robson
Mel B
Joey Essex
28 September 20133.27
6Dave Berry
Simon Gregson
Mollie King
Amir Khan
Daryl Hannah
Sarah Harding
5 October 20133.64
7Dave Berry
Julian Clary
Barbara Windsor
Gino D'Acampo
Neil Morrissey
Denise Welch
15 December 20133.58
  • Note: Episode 7 was a Christmas special

Series 2

#Celebrity
panellists
Celebrity
homeowners
Original
air date
Viewers
(millions) [62]
1 Alan Carr
Ruth Langsford
Jonathan Ross
Sinitta
Shaun Ryder
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen
30 August 20143.35
2 Joe Swash
Gabby Logan
Paddy McGuinness
Harry Judd
George Takei
John Thomson
6 September 20143.31
3 Jimmy Carr
Natalie Anderson
Dave Berry
Will Mellor
Chris Packham
Claire Richards
13 September 20143.61
4 Kian Egan
Christine Bleakley
Warwick Davis
Gene Simmons
Sam Bailey
Duncan Bannatyne
20 September 20143.59
5 Craig Charles
Fearne Cotton
Dave Berry
David Dickinson
JB Gill
Claire Sweeney
27 September 20143.24
6 Vernon Kay
Carol Vorderman
Katherine Ryan
Rylan Clark
Hilary Devey
Nicky Clarke
4 October 20143.39
7 Des O'Connor
Myleene Klass
Dave Berry
Dave Myers
Verne Troyer
Toyah Willcox
11 October 20142.85
8Jonathan Ross
Kym Marsh
Louis Walsh
Jane Seymour
Louie Spence
Alex James
26 December 20142.65
  • Note: Episode 8 was a Christmas special

Series 3

#Celebrity
panellists
Celebrity
homeowners
Original
air date
Viewers
(millions) [62]
1 Gino D'Acampo
Sue Cleaver
Johnny Vegas
Germaine Greer
James Argent
Lou Ferrigno
29 August 20152.85
2 Jonathan Ross
Kimberley Walsh
Andi Peters
Penn Jillette
Carl Fogarty
James and Ola Jordan
5 September 20152.69
3 Paddy McGuinness
Tess Daly
Jerry Springer
Craig Revel Horwood
Bill Oddie
Yvette Fielding
12 September 20153.09
4 Bruno Tonioli
Davina McCall
Dave Berry
David Haye
Vanessa Feltz
Charlotte Crosby
19 September 20152.71
5 Antony Cotton
Sara Cox
Jimmy Carr
Sharon Osbourne
Dom Joly
Kimberly Wyatt
26 September 20152.01
6 Mark Wright
Janet Street-Porter
Vernon Kay
Peter Andre
Kate Silverton
Simon Webbe
3 October 2015Under 2.01
7 Michael Buerk
Ashley Roberts
Dave Berry
Anthea Turner
Ken Hom
Georgia May Foote
10 October 2015Under 2.13
8Jimmy Carr
Stephen Mulhern
Claudia Winkleman
Russell Grant
Jack Osbourne
Jo Wood
24 December 2015Under 1.91
  • Note: Episode 8 was a Christmas special.

Series 4

A fourth series began airing on 7 January 2017, with a Christmas episode airing two weeks previously, on 24 December. Eight episodes were recorded at Pinewood Studios in July 2016.

#Celebrity
panellists
Celebrity
homeowners
Original
air date
Viewers
(millions) [62]
1 Shayne Ward
Kelly Brook
Johnny Vegas
Kimberley Walsh
Wayne Sleep
Tony Mortimer
24 December 2016Under 3.51
2 Will Mellor
Fearne Cotton
Judge Rinder
Pamela Anderson
Sid Owen
Lady Colin Campbell
7 January 2017Under 3.42
3 Eamonn Holmes
Emma Bunton
Jonathan Ross
Gok Wan
Adam West
Andrea McLean
14 January 20173.87
4 Marvin Humes
Kate Garraway
Jimmy Carr
Jo Whiley
Jamie Laing
Abz Love
21 January 20173.58
5 Paddy McGuinness
Caroline Flack
Dave Berry
Tony Hadley
Dominic Littlewood
Macy Gray
28 January 20173.74
6 John Thomson
Kym Marsh
Stephen Mulhern
Harry Redknapp
Gemma Collins
Antony Worrall Thompson
4 February 20173.65
7 Fay Ripley
Steve Jones
Rochelle Humes
John Barrowman
Paul Burrell
Cheryl Baker
11 February 20173.74
8 David Haye
Samia Ghadie
Dave Berry
Dennis Rodman
Ian "H" Watkins
Melinda Messenger
18 February 20173.39
  • Note: Episode 1 was a Christmas special.

Series 5

A fifth series began airing on 13 January 2018. Prior to this, an I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! special aired in December 2017 instead of a Christmas episode.

#Celebrity
panellists
Celebrity
homeowners
Original
air date
Viewers
(millions) [62]
1 Jimmy Carr
Myleene Klass
Tony Blackburn
Stacey Solomon
Vicky Pattison
Derek Acorah
Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag
9 December 2017Under 3.46
2 Ben Shephard
Frankie Bridge
Jonathan Ross
Denise Richards
Peter Stringfellow
Su Pollard
13 January 20183.63
3 Gregg Wallace
Scarlett Moffatt
Paddy McGuinness
Professor Green
Caprice Bourret
Jesse Metcalfe
20 January 2018
4 Stephen Mulhern
Rochelle Humes
Louis Walsh
Gloria Hunniford
Bobby Davro
Janice Dickinson
27 January 2018
5 Shane Richie
Rachel Riley
Alex James
Russell Watson
Katie Price
Jenny Powell
3 February 2018
6 Jimmy Carr
Scarlett Moffatt
Eamonn Holmes
Vinnie Jones
Ore Oduba
Carol Decker
10 February 2018
7 Paddy McGuinness
Catherine Tyldesley
Chris Kamara
Ricki Lake
Jamie Theakston
Danielle Armstrong
17 February 2018
8Jonathan Ross
Melanie Sykes
Ashley Banjo
John Barnes
Martin Roberts
Ross King
24 February 2018

Series 6

A sixth series began airing on 12 January 2019. Prior to this, a Christmas special aired on 14 December 2018.

#Celebrity
panellists
Celebrity
homeowners
Original
air date
Viewers
(millions) [62]
1 Jimmy Carr
Lorraine Kelly
Jonathan Ross
Julian Clary
Sally Lindsay
Kate Thornton
14 December 2018
2 Danny Dyer
Sally Phillips
Chris Kamara
Michael Owen
Lesley Garrett
Emily Atack
12 January 2019
3 Paddy McGuinness
Dani Dyer
Martin Kemp
Shirley Ballas
Linda Barker
Ollie Locke
19 January 2019
4 Rob Beckett
Alfie Boe
Lucy Fallon
Carmen Electra
Charlie Brooks
Peter Duncan
26 January 2019
5 Johnny Vegas
Caitlyn Jenner
Craig Revel Horwood
Dean Cain
Mariella Frostrup
Toby Anstis
2 February 2019
6 Stacey Solomon
Beverley Callard
Joel Dommett
Melissa Joan Hart
Richard Blackwood
Aldo Zilli
9 February 2019
7 Jimmy Carr
Carol Vorderman
Kriss Akabusi
Steve Guttenberg
Joey Essex
Rebecca Adlington
16 February 2019
8 Rob Beckett
Janet Street-Porter
Krishnan Guru-Murthy
Shane Lynch
Fatima Whitbread
Scott Mills
23 February 2019
  • Note: Episode 1 was a Christmas special.

Transmissions

International broadcast

In 2015, the Dutch SBS6 channel broadcast the Dutch version, called Met de deur in huis, hosted by Kees Tol. In this show, comedian Tineke Schouten visits the houses of Dutch celebrities. The panel (Maik de Boer, Patty Brard and Ruben van der Meer) have to guess whose house she is in. In 2016, a second series aired on SBS6.

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