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It first arrived in 1990 and is now in the enviable position of airing its 29th series.

Its current incarnation, presented by Harry Hill since 2004, hit preciselythe sweet spot between comic absurdity and human suffering.

Over email, we caught up with Thornton to find out the secret to the show's longevity, how the advent of smartphones has affected submissions, and why that £250 fee hasn't changed since day one...

The £250 fee has remained the same since began in 1990.

But we keep coming back to the same question - do our viewers want to see just one clip win a staggering amount of money, or would they rather that won a little something?

We still think it's the latter - in Britain we like all our losers to be winners.

apparently the video was filmed in 1997 and she was watching the funeral of Lady Diana on the TV.

No wonder she wasn't watching where she put her feet!

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But school officials have found no record of complaints against Walker, said Melydia Clewell, a spokeswoman for the Hamilton County District Attorney’s Office, Reuters reported.

Unfortunately most staged clips are just disappointing - it's beyond most people’s acting abilities to fake a genuine reaction to an "accident"...

we can't all be as skilled in the acting department as The Stath.

Have there been discussions about increasing/decreasing the payment over the years? Our companion shows around the world operate their clip fees in a different way to us, and we occasionally discuss whether or not we should be looking to fall in line with what they do.

For example, on (our parent show) they don't pay per clip, but the audience pick one clip every series to win 0,000... A hundred grand just for a flash of a grandad's boxers as he drops his trousers at a wedding.

But school officials have found no record of complaints against Walker, said Melydia Clewell, a spokeswoman for the Hamilton County District Attorney’s Office, Reuters reported.

Unfortunately most staged clips are just disappointing - it's beyond most people’s acting abilities to fake a genuine reaction to an "accident"...

we can't all be as skilled in the acting department as The Stath.

Have there been discussions about increasing/decreasing the payment over the years? Our companion shows around the world operate their clip fees in a different way to us, and we occasionally discuss whether or not we should be looking to fall in line with what they do.

For example, on (our parent show) they don't pay per clip, but the audience pick one clip every series to win 0,000... A hundred grand just for a flash of a grandad's boxers as he drops his trousers at a wedding.

And Animal Tricks are all staged - but still impressive. One of our favourite staged animal tricks involved a novelty gnome and an enthusiastic dog... That’s a hard one to judge as everyone has a different sense of humour and likes different things.