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The Cube is a triple BAFTA Award–winning British game show which first aired on ITV on 22 August 2009. Presented by Phillip Schofield, it offers contestants the chance to win a top prize of £250,000 by completing challenges from within a 4m × 4m × 4m Perspex cube. The show is based on the idea that even straightforward tasks become extremely challenging when confined and put under pressure in front of a large live studio audience. Once inside, contestants can feel both claustrophobic and disorientated. Using "state-of-the-art filming techniques", the show aims to demonstrate the intense anxiety which contestants undergo as they progress through each task. Colin McFarlane provides the disembodied voice of The Cube, who explains the rules of the games.
Grandfather and granddaughter Rob and Chloe try to complete a series of increasingly difficult challenges, ranging from agility tests to skill trials, under pressure to hold their nerve as friends, family and the studio audience watch their every move. The further they go in the competition, the more money they win, up to a jackpot of £250,000.
Father and son Ade and KK hope their blend of youth and experience will prove to be a winning combination, while Jo and her son Dan also face a series of games that puts all their skills to the test as they attempt to beat the Cube. The further they go in the competition, the more money they win, up to a jackpot of £250,000.
Stefan and Faruk, best friends from Leeds, and Tayif and Mo, brothers from Manchester are the latest contestants to enter The Cube.
Just seven games lie between them and a quarter of a million pounds, but only if they can handle the pressure and work together as they face a selection of new and classic Cube games.
Tayif and his younger brother Mo from Manchester conclude their journey inside The Cube as it ends in a dramatic fashion.
Partners Sally and Sarah from Port Talbot are confident that between them they've got all the skills required to beat The Cube.
But with a quarter of a million pounds on the line can they handle the pressure and emerge victorious from TV's toughest test?
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