More Highlights for Brain Game
Three North Carolina High Schools compete for academic accolades on “Brain Game.”
This episode of Brain Game aired November 15, 2003. The competition was between St. David’s High School in Wake County, Jordan High School in Durham County, and Bunn High School in Franklin County. The host is Mark Roberts.
Watch and find out who won this episode of “Brain Game.”
Are you smarter than a high school student? Probably not, if we’re talking about Raleigh Charter High School. WRAL-TV recently crowned the Raleigh Charter Team as the 2016 Brain Game Champions. On Tuesday, May 17, 2016, Brain Game Host Mark
Last weekend CBC’s long-running local high school quiz show Brain Game debuted a new look. Capcom checked in with WRAL-TV Producer Kevin Shand to get the scoop on the new set: The new Brain Game Set premiered on-air January 9,
Brain Game premiered in January 1997 as one of the components of WRAL’s For The Children programming campaign. Brain Game is produced as an instructional/educational program targeting viewers 16 years of age and younger. Three teams with three members each, representing area high schools, compete for points by answering questions.
The first host of Brain Game was WRAL meteorologist Greg Fishel.
“Brain Game” is hosted by Mark Roberts. Students from three area high schools compete to answer questions in categories from math and science, to arts and current events. The winning team advances to the playoffs for a chance at the Brain Game Championship.