There are five rounds to this DVD:
3. Cartoons (which includes puppetry and things like Trumpton),
4. Reality TV, and
5. "Boost or Bust".
The first four rounds have five questions. The first two and the second two are usually (but not always) on the same subject. The clips are sometimes helpful in answering the question, and sometimes they are superfluous.
The fifth question in the first four rounds is the identification of a TV show from a picture. However, only 1-5 of the 12 segments which make up the picture are revealed (one for each question answered correctly in the round, plus one).
The fifth round contains up to five questions. Answer one question wrong, and that's the end of the round. However, you may "Swap" one question of your choice with a sixth question if you so chose.
At the end of the game, you will have a score out of 25, and that's the end.
It's a game for one or two teams, answering Adult or Kids questions. The difference seems to me to be that Kids questions start in the 1980s (approximately).
Presentation-wise, this appears to be as good as a DVD can get. I would liked to have had more variety of Noel, but there is sufficient - and of course, more Noel would probably mean fewer questions.
It's not as hard as the Telly Addicts show - in my third attempt, I got 24 out of 25 questions correct (and no, there were no repeats when I played it).
Overall, if you want a television-question show (and this is television, not films - and largely British television), then this is probably the one for you - at least until the next version comes along.