Synopsis by Hal Erickson
The titular initials of this Scottish TV series stood for "Totally Interactive Game Show." With the help of the viewers at home, who used telephone keypads to play, a pair of on-camera kids moved where they were told to move. The object of the show was for the kids to avoid such computer-generated "perils" as wild beasts and boulders. The final round was played in automated model cars, again with the movements being controlled by the interactivity of the home viewers. T.I.G.S. joined the BBC lineup in 1995.