Don't Scare the Hare was a 2011 British television game show produced by Initial Scotland for the BBC, hosted by Jason Bradbury and narrated by Sue Perkins. The programme was aired on BBC One on Saturday evenings and was first transmitted on 23 April 2011, before the first episode of the 6th series of Doctor Who. This series was originally billed to run for 9 episodes but was taken off air after 6 episodes because of poor ratings. The remaining 3 episodes were rescheduled for broadcast in October. In the show, contestants must compete in a series of challenges to win £15,000 of prize money; failure to successfully complete questions and physical challenges risks "scaring" a giant robotic hare. The programme has been described by its host as "fantasy based toddler telly with an adult twist". It was the first series to be made at the BBC's new studios at MediaCityUK in Salford.
|Title||Don't Scare the Hare|
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