Chatsworth Television

Chatsworth Television is a British television production company, trading between 1973 and 2006. The most renowned examples of their programmes are Treasure Hunt (Channel 4, 1982-1989 / BBC Two, 2002–2003), Interceptor (Thames Television for ITV, 1989–1990) and The Crystal Maze (Channel 4, 1990–1995). The company also collaborated with Central Television in the production of the darts quiz show Bullseye.

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