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Chris Mapp, an actuary from Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire won £150,000 on 11th July 2009.

WWTBAM RunEdit

Fastest Finger FirstEdit

Fastest Finger First Question
Put these tennis players in the order they were born.
• A: Andy Murray • B: Boris Becker
• C: Rod Laver • D: Roger Federer
From 10 contestants, 8 got it right, but Chris (in 3.85 seconds) was the fastest to answer C-B-D-A, making it to the Hot Seat.

Chris' Run to the MillionEdit

£500 (1 of 12) - Not Timed
What is the usual name for the cosmetic preparation applied to lips to give them a faint sheen?
• A: Gleam • B: Lustre
• C: Shine • D: Gloss


£1,000 (2 of 12) - Not Timed
Bamboo shoots are a common ingredient in the cuisine of which of these countries?
• A: China • B: Lebanon
• C: France • D: Russia


£2,000 (3 of 12) - Not Timed
In what kind of machine would a manifold be found?
'Ask The Audience' lifeline used
• A: Television • B: Car
• C: Computer • D: Microwave
Ask the Audience Results: A: 0% • B: 88% • C: 3% • D: 9%


£5,000 (4 of 12) - Not Timed
Which of these men hosted the ITV show 'Who Dares Sings!'?
'Phone-A-Friend' and '50:50' lifelines used
• A: Bradley Walsh • B: Ben Shephard
• C: Dermot O'Leary • D: Gethin Jones
Chris didn't know, so he phoned his friend Jude, who didn't know either. Chris then used his '50:50' lifeline, which left B: Ben Shephard and C: Dermot O'Leary. Chris went for B: Ben Shephard and won £5,000.


£10,000 (5 of 12) - Not Timed
Which Scottish city has the largest population?
• A: Inverness • B: Aberdeen
• C: Dundee • D: Glasgow


£20,000 (6 of 12) - Not Timed
What name is given to the notes of a chord played in rapid succession, ascending or descending?
• A: Andante • B: Allegro
• C: Animato • D: Arpeggio


£50,000 (7 of 12) - Not Timed
'Be Cool', starring John Travolta, is a sequel to which film?
• A: Face/Off • B: Get Shorty
• C: Battlefield Earth • D: Pulp Fiction


£75,000 (8 of 12) - Not Timed
Guadeloupe is an archipelago in which sea?
• A: Mediterranean • B: Caribbean
• C: Arabian • D: South China


£150,000 (9 of 12) - Not Timed
Which German author wrote the play 'Faust'?
• A: Schiller • B: Rilke
• C: Goethe • D: Hesse


£250,000 (10 of 12) - Not Timed
William Fortnum, co-founder of Fortnum and Mason, was a footman in the household of which monarch?
• A: Charles II • B: George IV
• C: Victoria • D: Anne
Chris didn't know, so he walked away with £150,000. He said he would have said C: Victoria had he played the question. The correct answer was D: Anne.

SourcesEdit


Preceded by
Chris Isaac
UK Contestant (Series 25)
Chris Mapp
Succeeded by
Sue Millhouse

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