The Zodiac Game



Tom O'Connor


Bernard Fitzwalter (1984)
Russell Grant (1985)


Anglia in association with Hightimes Productions and GPA Films Ltd. for ITV, 6 January 1984 to 27 August 1985 (29 episodes in 2 series)


If horoscopes are popular, and game shows are popular, a game show about horoscopes must be popular, right? A fallacy proved by the passage of time, if ever there was.

Nicholas Willmott says:

My memory of the main part is vague, but the questions were multiple choice, with 3 answers to choose from. The contestants had to put their answers in (by pressing a button), but they had to agree with the astrologer. I never really understood the logic of that, does anyone else have a better memory of how that worked?
The final part of the programme was "Call A Sign". Tom asked the contestant to call a sign, and the contestant would be asked a question. Again, I'm not 100% sure, my memory is vague here, but I guess the question must have been somehow connected to the sign, e.g. Virgo, Libra.

David Munns adds:

In the final round, the contestant faced a grid containing 12 famous faces with the zodiac symbols around the outside. The contestant said a sign (say, Virgo). Tom then reads three clues related to one of stars on the board. Match all 12 stars to their correct birth sign within 2 minutes 30 seconds and a picture of the star prize would reveal itself.


Ron Bareham and Laurence Barnett

Theme music

Noted for its "let's sing all the zodiac signs"-style theme: "Libra, Scorpio, and Sagitariuuuuuus!"


A tie-in board game was produced. Really.


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