Tractor Monkeys

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Tractor Monkeys
Genre Game show
Directed by Mark Fitzgerald
Presented by Merrick Watts, Katie "Monty" Dimond and Dave O'Neil
Country of origin Australia
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
Production location(s) Melbourne, Victoria
Running time 36 minutes
Original network ABC1
Picture format 576i (HDTV)
Audio format Stereo
Original release 20 March – 25 December 2013
External links

Tractor Monkeys is an Australian comedic television quiz show hosted by Merrick Watts. Seventeen episodes screened on ABC1 in 2013.

Series 1

Eight episodes screened on Wednesday nights from 20 March to 8 May 2013.

Series 2

Eight themed episodes screened on Wednesday nights from 25 September to 13 November 2013.

1. Fashion 2. Love 3. Family 4. TV 5. Technology 6. Sport and Leisure 7. School Days 8. Summer Memories

Christmas episode

The final Christmas episode for the year screened on Wednesday 25 December.


The show features two teams of guest panellists, one led by comedian Dave O'Neil and the other by radio presenter Katie "Monty" Dimond. They compete in rounds of questions and games about trends, fads and social phenomena.[1]


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External links

  • Tractor Monkeys official website.
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