The Weakest Link was the Irish version of the quiz show, The Weakest Link. The show was broadcast on TV3 from 2001 and was presented by Eamon Dunphy. It is one of the few times that an international version of the show has been hosted by a man. The producers of the series used the euro as the banking currency. This had the effect of reducing the prize fund as the Irish pound was still in full circulation at the time and the euro would not be issued until January 2002.

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  • The Weakest Link was the Irish version of the quiz show, The Weakest Link. The show was broadcast on TV3 from 2001 and was presented by Eamon Dunphy. It is one of the few times that an international version of the show has been hosted by a man. The producers of the series used the euro as the banking currency. This had the effect of reducing the prize fund as the Irish pound was still in full circulation at the time and the euro would not be issued until January 2002. (en)
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  • The Weakest Link was the Irish version of the quiz show, The Weakest Link. The show was broadcast on TV3 from 2001 and was presented by Eamon Dunphy. It is one of the few times that an international version of the show has been hosted by a man. The producers of the series used the euro as the banking currency. This had the effect of reducing the prize fund as the Irish pound was still in full circulation at the time and the euro would not be issued until January 2002. (en)
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  • The Weakest Link (Irish TV series) (en)
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  • The Weakest Link (en)
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