Highly Recommended was a six-part Irish lifestyle game show broadcast each Sunday on RTÉ One at 20:30. Presented by Joe Duffy, the premise was that members of the general public would compete each week to convince a panel of consumer experts that their deal ought to be "Highly Recommended". The panel, consisting of Ben Dunne, Conor Pope and Barbara McCarthy, scrutinised the deals placed before them whilst Duffy embarked on a trek into the studio audience to ask its opinions. A debate ensued and, if the deal stayed strong and the panel remained convinced, the consumer in question won a total of €2000. Topics incurred ranged from health insurance, medical and dental holidays, electrical goods, online shopping and weddings. The public could also give their opinion by voting on an online poll to determine whether they "Highly Recommended" the featured deals. The results were then featured at the beginning of the next show. The show aired in November 2007.
Highly Questionable is a daily sports talk television program that airs on ESPN2. Created as a vehicle for Miami Herald sportswriter and ESPN contributor Dan Le Batard, the show premiered on September 12, 2011. From its premiere until May 2013, the show bore Le Batard's name and was called Dan LeBatard Is Highly Questionable. The program is based in Le Batard's hometown of Miami, Florida and was created by the same people behind Pardon The Interruption, which Le Batard has appeared on multiple times as a substitute host. Since May 13, 2013, the show is hosted by Le Batard, his father Gonzalo "Papi" Le Batard, and fellow ESPN contributor Bomani Jones. Jones, a former North Carolina-based radio show host, who often goes to the bathroom during the show, was a frequent contributor to the program and Le Batard's daily radio show and moved full-time to Miami to contribute to Highly Questionable. The show is filmed on a set that resembles a stereotypically Miami style kitchen, and is focused on Dan, Bomani, and Papi answering the sports questions of the day.
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Pro Football Highlights, also known as Football News or Football Highlights, was a 30-minute TV sports program broadcast by ABC and the DuMont Television Network. The ABC version aired Fridays at 8:30 pm ET and the DuMont version aired Wednesdays at 7:30pm ET.