Ettore Andenna
Ettore AndennaEttore Andenna is possibly the JSF presenter with the most varied curriculum vitae, for not only has this popular television presenter had a long and successful career in television and radio, but he has also worked as a journalist and has served as a member of the Italian Parliament.
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Barend Barendse
Barend BarendsePopular sports journalist and entertainment presenter who presented both the domestic and international competitions in the Netherlands. A familiar face on Dutch television for over twenty-five years, Barendse was at home commentating on a cycle race as he was waxing lyric about the antics of JSF.
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Charlie Chester
Charlie ChesterSussex-born Charlie Chester was among the last of the music hall generation. A versatile writer-performer, he wrote songs for Flanagan and Allen, fronted radio and television comedy shows... but his radio programme of twenty years, Sunday Soapbox is most likely his lasting legacy. 
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Regine Clauwaert
Regine Clauwaert's contribution to Jeux Sans Frontières took in the Dutch domestic series, Zeskamp, and the editions of JSF broadcast from the Netherlands. Clauwaert has since forged a remarkable career in Dutch and Flemish television in front and behind the camera. 
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Barney Colehan
Barney Colehan, the first producer of It's A Knockout, was a pioneer of the early days of Light Entertainment on BBC TV and radio. He created many successful and long-running series and his contribution to the development and success of It's A Knockout cannot be underestimated. 
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Arthur Ellis
Arthur EllisFrom 1969 until the series' end in 1982, Arthur Ellis was It's A Knockout's main referee, quickly cementing his place not only in the series but in the affections of the audience. There were, however, more strings to Arthur's bow, not least in his capacity as referee of football's inaugural European Cup Final in 1956.
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Stuart Hall
Stuart Hall came up through the ranks of regional television news and sports reporting before he was catapulted to national and international fame as presenter of It's A Knockout from 1972. Unfortunately, as has been revealed in recent years, Hall was one person on camera and an entirely different one off it.
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MacDonald Hobley
MacDonald Hobley was a household name by time he landed the role as presenter on the first series of It's A Knockout. A BBC announcer since the mid-1940s, Hobley moved to ITV in 1956, where he became one of the leading lights of the fledgling channel. Hobley also acted in television, radio, stage and film roles.
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Guy Lux
Guy LuxIf anyone could be credited as the brains behind the whole Knockout/JSF phenomenon, it would have to be Guy Lux. Born in Paris in 1919, Lux was a star of French television for forty years and was the man who created Intervilles and Jeux Sans Frontières
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Dick Passchier
Dick PasschierBorn in 1933, Dick Passchier was a mainstay of the Dutch heats of Jeux Sans Frontières between 1970 and 1977, and was also co-presenter with Barend Barendse and Regine Clauwaert of the Netherlands' domestic equivalent of It's A Knockout, called Zeskamp from 1968-1987. 
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Ted Ray
Ted RayBorn the son of a Lancashire comedian, Ted Ray appeared in the first series of It's A Knockout. Best known for his long-running radio show, Ray's A Laugh, he achieved further success on television. He also made occasional appearances in feature films including a starring role in Carry On Teacher (1959). 
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David Vine
David VineDavid Vine was quite simply a legend of television sports broadcasting. Aside from It's A Knockout, he lent his insight and vocal skills to a multitude of sports and entertainment transmissions, including the fondly remembered Ski Sunday, World Snooker, A Question of Sport and The Superstars
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Eddie Waring
Eddie Waring
One half of It's A Knockout's "dynamic duo", Eddie Waring was a versatile and much-loved broadcaster who popularised Rugby League almost single-handedly. In a career that took in sports commentary, presentation, variety and Knockout's fun and games, Eddie Waring found his way into the hearts of millions.
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