Next April 24 will be half a century since the premiere of One, two, three… Answer again and to commemorate it, Televisión Española has prepared a special program starting next Sunday and throughout the week, which will remember the contest that became an icon of public television.
A contest, created by the television master Chicho Ibáñez Serrador, which brought together questions and answers, physical tests, music and humor and which for 10 seasons became an unmissable event every week for millions of viewers.
La 2 has prepared a complete special program to remember the program and its creator, which will begin on Sunday 24 with the Essentials dedicated to his figure and with the documentary stories to rememberRTVE’s own production directed by Marisa Paniagua and Carlos Muriana, who worked side by side with Chicho on TVE.
The documentary reviews and assesses Chicho Ibáñez Serrador’s film and television career from the hand of great names in cinema who explain their influences, such as Álex de la Iglesia or Juan Antonio Bayona, and their relatives.
On Monday the 25th, after classic movie daysLa 2 recovers the delivery of the One, two, three: The world of the circusthe last program of its first season, presented by Kiko Ledgard and broadcast on April 30, 1973.
And on Thursday the 28th, La 2 will offer “The Thousand and One Nights”, an episode from August 20, 1982, Mayra Gómez Kemp’s debut as presenter.
The tribute to One two Three is completed in La 2 with the treasures of tv dedicated to One two Three (Wednesday 27) and the how we laugh with The best of One, two, three (Saturday 30).
On La 1, two “Journey to the center of television” specials dedicated to the mythical contest will be broadcast on Sunday 24.
In addition, the RTVE Play platform will offer a special marathon on Sunday 24 with 12 hours, starting at 12 noon, which will recover some of the most emblematic deliveries, such as the oldest preserved program from 1972 and presented by Kiko Ledgard, the premiere of the Ruperta pumpkin, the first program presented by Mayra Gómez Kemp and the Hurtado sisters as Tacañonas, the debut of Nina, that of Jordi Estadella and Miriam Díaz Aroca and the 1992 program in which the biggest prize in its history was given.
Between 1972 and 2004, the program discovered great talents among its presenters, hostesses or artists, some of whom had become myths of cinema or television: Kiko Ledgard, Mayra Gómez Kemp, Jordi Estadella, Miriam Díaz-Aroca, José Luis Bach and Luis Larrodera. took charge of the presentation, while names like Victoria Abril, Silvia Marsó, Lydia Bosch, Nina or Paula Vázquez began to shine as hostesses, and Mustache Arrocet, the Dúo Sacapuntas or Ángel Garó, as comedians.