Dial-A-Date is a 1999 British TV game show co-directed by Charlie Barker
and Jay Woods and created by Glenn Sims. The game show depends on the
at-home viewing audience to help contestants find a date. Originally in
1999, the show was co-hosted by Carolyn Ashton and Ryan Elliott. In
2000, Jayne Sharp replaced the earlier hosts and continued to host the
game show until 2002. Sarra Elgan replaced Jayne Sharp as host in 2002,
and remained the host until the show ended.