Alex Ryden, a university student from Norwich won £5,000 on March 18th, 2008.
|According to the saying, what seldom knocks twice?|
|• A: Money||• B: Poverty|
|• C: Opportunity||• D: Love|
|What name is given to jewellery made with imitation gems?|
'Ask the Audience' lifeline used
|• A: Clothing jewellery - 1%||• B: Apparel jewellery - 4%|
|• C: Costume jewellery - 93%||• D: Outfit jewellery - 2%|
|Which of these poker hands is the highest?|
|• A: Three of a kind||• B: Full house|
|• C: Pair||• D: Royal flush|
|Which Beatles song begins with the words: “I think I'm gonna be sad, I think it's today, yeah”?|
'Phone-A-Friend' lifeline used
|• A: Norwegian Wood||• B: The Fool on the Hill|
|• C: Back in the USSR||• D: Ticket to Ride|
Alex didn't know, so he phoned his father David, who said it was D: Ticket to Ride. Alex went with this answer and won £5,000.
|What is the correct form of address for a mayor?|
'50:50' lifeline used
|• A: Your Grace||• B: Your Reverence|
|• C: Your Excellency||• D: Your Worship|
Alex wasn't sure, so he first used his '50:50' lifeline, which left C: Your Excellency and D: Your Worship. Alex decided not to play the question and walked away with £5,000. He said he would have said D: Your Worship had he played the question. The correct answer was D: Your Worship.