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David Neale, from Lincolnshire, England, was a contestant on the UK version of the show on January 17, 2000. He became the second person to win £250,000.

WWTBAM Run Edit

Fastest Finger First Edit

Fastest Finger First Question
Starting with the earliest, put these 4 English queens in the order they reigned.
• A: Anne • B: Elizabeth I
• C: Mary I • D: Victoria

From the 10 contestants, 2 got it right, but David (with a time of 5.29) was the fastest to answer correctly C-B-A-D, making it into the Hot Seat.

David's Run the Million Edit

£100 (1 to 15) - Not Timed
Which event takes place under "The Big Top"?
• A: The Proms • B: Queen's Garden Party
• C: Circus • D: PM's Question Time


£200 (2 to 15) - Not Timed
What is the American term for a handsome man with a physique?
• A: Cream Cake • B: Sponge Cake
• C: Beefcake • D: Fairy Cake


£300 (3 to 15) - Not Timed
Which gardening equipment do you associate with the characters Bill & Ben?
• A: Wheelbarrows • B: Pruning Shears
• C: Flowerpots • D: Sit-on Lawnmowers


£500 (4 to 15) - Not Timed
With which country is the sombrero hat most closely associated?
• A: France • B: Turkey
• C: India • D: Mexico


£1,000 (5 to 15) - Not Timed
Which of these words refers to an over-theatrical actor?
• A: Beef • B: Ham
• C: Pork • D: Mutton


£2,000 (6 to 15) - Not Timed
Joe DiMaggio was famous for playing which sport?
• A: Baseball • B: Basketball
• C: American Football • D: Ice Hockey


£4,000 (7 to 15) - Not Timed
What is the currency unit of the member states of the EU that have adopted monetary union?
• A: Ecu • B: Gilda
• C: Euro • D: Florin


£8,000 (8 to 15) - Not Timed
The Great Barrier Reef stretches the length of the coast of which Australian state?
• A: Victoria • B: New South Wales
• C: Northern Territory • D: Queensland


£16,000 (9 to 15) - Not Timed
What was Frank Sinatra's middle name?
'Ask the Audience' lifeline used
• A: Michael - 9% • B: Edward - 8%
• C: Albert - 61% • D: Joseph - 22%


£32,000 (10 to 15) - Not Timed
In which country did Shintuism originate?
• A: Saudi Arabia • B: Japan
• C: India • D: China


£64,000 (11 to 15) - Not Timed
Which of the British Isles has a parliament with a lower house called 'The House of Keys'?
• A: The Shetlands • B: Isle of Man
• C: Isles of Scilly • D: Farne Islands


£125,000 (12 to 15) - Not Timed
What is the title of the play-within-a-play in Hamlet?
• A: The Trapdoor • B: Cat & Mouse
• C: The Dromouse • D: The Mousetrap


£250,000 (13 to 15) - Not Timed
Who was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize?
• A: Marie Curie • B: Mother Teresa
• C: Florence Nightingale • D: Emmeline Pankhurst


£500,000 (14 to 15) - Not Timed
Who was the son of Alfred The Great?
'50:50' and 'Phone a Friend' lifelines used
• A: Edward the Elder • B: Edward the Confessor
• C: Edmund Ironside • D: Edward the Martyr
David used his 50:50 which left him A and B, then used the Phone A Friend, he phoned Ken who thought it was Edward The Elder but David took the quarter of a million. The correct answer was A: Edward the Elder.

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