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The Top Ten of Everything is a British live children's television programme that ran from 1998 to 2000 on CITV. It is presented by Ben Jones and Vanessa Bewley. The show broadcast on Friday afternoons at 4:50 pm.

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Top Ten Lists

Top Ten lists were compiled from different sources. Viewers were also given the chance to interact in a poll by phone voting. Different phone numbers were given for each of the choices in the poll, and the final results were recorded and put in order from 1-10. Examples included the tallest buildings, smelliest cheeses, and the highest rollercoasters.

Disgusting Creatures

Each week, a different type of creature would be shown on the show along with a specialist on that animal. The presenters would then go on to hold the animal.

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