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Puzzle Corner - Series 1

Ronnie Waldman's Puzzle Corner, The Famous Radio, TV, and Film Party Game, Series 1, Pepys Party Games


First Published: 1953, Pepys Party Games

Illustrator or Designer: Not Credited


Contents: 12 Question Cards, 12 Answer Cards, 1 Rules Sheet


Puzzle Corner - Box  Top

Puzzle Corner - Box Top


Puzzle Corner - Rules

Puzzle Corner - Rules

Puzzle Corner - Answer Card

Puzzle Corner - Answer Card

Puzzle Corner - Example Card No 1

Puzzle Corner - Example Card No 1


Puzzle Corner - Example Card No 8

Puzzle Corner - Example Card No 8


Puzzle Corner - Example Card No 11

Puzzle Corner - Example Card No 11


Puzzle Corner - Example Card No 12

Puzzle Corner - Example Card No 12


UK Game Shows has details of how Puzzle Corner evolved from a feature within several Radio programmes to become a stand alone TV programme and a supporting film in cinema programmes.


Harold Pepper was the BBC Producer who first devised Puzzle Corner as a segment for Radio. Listeners were challenged to spot a deliberate mistake in the programme and to write in before the next broadcast. The film below shows Harry Pepper talking to Eamonn Andrews about his appearance on This Is Your Life.



Ronnie Waldman presented Puzzle Corner the Puzzle Corner segment on Radio, TV and film.


The BFI have one of the short cinema films based on Puzzle Corner with Ronnie Waldman providing the voiceover available to watch for free here.


Puzzle Corner was broadcast on Radio from 1938 to 1950, on BBC TV from 1950 to 1956 and shown as cinema shorts from 1950 to 1959.


Puzzle Corner - Rules Back with list of other games available.

Puzzle Corner - Rules Back with list of other games available.


The game bears no address and there is no mention of Castell Brothers.



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