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The Master Game is a BBC production of televised chess tournaments that ran for seven series on BBC2 from 1976 to 1983. Presented by Jeremy James with expert analysis from Leonard Barden and, later, Bill Hartston, The Master Game was noted for its innovative style, in which a display board with animated figurines and move notation, shown centre-left of screen, was accompanied by footage of the players cogitating, their thoughts during the game heard in voice-over. As a theme tune, the later series of this programme used the Disco '78 version of Ennio Morricone's "Come Maddalena".

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  • The Master Game fou un programa de televisió de la BBC que consistia en torneigs d'escacs televisats, i que s'emeté en set temporades per la BBC2, entre 1976 i 1982. Presentat per Jeremy James, comptava amb les anàlisis tècniques fetes pels experts jugadors d'escacs i, posteriorment, Bill Hartston. The Master Game fou altament reconegut pel seu estil innovador, que mostrava un panell amb l'escaquer amb animades i notació algebraica al centreesquerra de la pantalla, acompanyat per les imatges dels jugadors meditant, i els seus pensaments durant les partides narrats en veu en off. Una versió del tema Come Maddalena d'Ennio Morricone fou usada memorablement com a melodia del xou. (ca)
  • The Master Game is a BBC production of televised chess tournaments that ran for seven series on BBC2 from 1976 to 1983. Presented by Jeremy James with expert analysis from Leonard Barden and, later, Bill Hartston, The Master Game was noted for its innovative style, in which a display board with animated figurines and move notation, shown centre-left of screen, was accompanied by footage of the players cogitating, their thoughts during the game heard in voice-over. As a theme tune, the later series of this programme used the Disco '78 version of Ennio Morricone's "Come Maddalena". (en)
  • The Master Game — телепрограма у форматі шахового турніру, яка виходила на каналі BBC2 від 1976 до 1982 року. Усього у Великій Британії показали сім сезонів шоу. (uk)
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  • The Master Game is a BBC production of televised chess tournaments that ran for seven series on BBC2 from 1976 to 1983. Presented by Jeremy James with expert analysis from Leonard Barden and, later, Bill Hartston, The Master Game was noted for its innovative style, in which a display board with animated figurines and move notation, shown centre-left of screen, was accompanied by footage of the players cogitating, their thoughts during the game heard in voice-over. As a theme tune, the later series of this programme used the Disco '78 version of Ennio Morricone's "Come Maddalena". (en)
  • The Master Game — телепрограма у форматі шахового турніру, яка виходила на каналі BBC2 від 1976 до 1982 року. Усього у Великій Британії показали сім сезонів шоу. (uk)
  • The Master Game fou un programa de televisió de la BBC que consistia en torneigs d'escacs televisats, i que s'emeté en set temporades per la BBC2, entre 1976 i 1982. Presentat per Jeremy James, comptava amb les anàlisis tècniques fetes pels experts jugadors d'escacs i, posteriorment, Bill Hartston. The Master Game fou altament reconegut pel seu estil innovador, que mostrava un panell amb l'escaquer amb animades i notació algebraica al centreesquerra de la pantalla, acompanyat per les imatges dels jugadors meditant, i els seus pensaments durant les partides narrats en veu en off. (ca)
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  • The Master Game (ca)
  • The Master Game (en)
  • The Master Game (uk)
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