The Best of Guinness World Records Smashed

The Best of Guinness World Records Smashed

Channel - Sky 1 Episodes - 1 x 60" Year - 2009

Produced for Sky1HD and hosted by Steve Jones and Konnie Huq, watch highlights of the extraordinary show that reinvented record breaking by inviting members of the public and well known faces, to rise to the challenge and attempt new world records.

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Sky1 HD’s fast paced entertainment show Guinness World Records Smashed returns for a special Best Of episode that features the most exhilarating, skillful and entertaining record attempts from the first series. Presented by Steve Jones and Konnie Huq, The Best Of Guinness World Records Smashed will transmit on Thursday 12th November at 6pm, exclusive to Sky1 HD and Sky1. The show’s broadcast ties-in with this year’s official Guinness World Records Day, an annual event that sees people all over the country try to make and break new records on the same day.

Guinness World Records Smashed includes record attempts from members of the public, the studio audience and a number of famous faces, as well as Steve and Konnie. Attempts featured in the Best Of special include The Fastest 360 Degree Car Roll; Most Watermelons Smashed With a Punch in 1 minute; Fastest 100m Trampoline Dash; Most Martial Arts Throws in One Minute; Longest Held Marinelli Bend; Most Maggots Moved by Mouth in One Hour and Highest BMX Backflip.

As viewers enjoy The Best Of Guinness World Records Smashed, around the country people of all ages will also be attempting their own records for Guinness World Records Day to showcase their talents and raise money for their favourite charities. Among the dozens of attempts planned around the country, London will host the big comeback of 59-year old Manjit Singh who will perform a hair-raising attempt for the furthest distance to pull a double-decker bus with hair (New World Record). Also in the Capital, commuters will literally come together at St Pancras Station for the most people hugging for one minute, while hundreds will descend on Alexandra Palace as they attempt to skate their way into the records book for the longest conga on ice. .