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Neal Carter, an accountant from Kent won £10,000 on October 14, 2008.

1. (£500):

Which of the following animals is famous for having poor eyesight?
• A: Rabbit • B: Fox
• C: Mole • D: Squirrel

2. (£1,000):

What is the surname of the singer and TV presenter, whose first name is Mica?
• A: London • B: Rome
• C: Moscow • D: Paris

3. (£2,000):

Which cricketer was knighted in 2007?
'Ask the Audience' lifeline used
• A: Nasser Hussein - 16% • B: Geoffrey Boycott - 14%
• C: Ian Botham - 67% • D: Mike Atherton - 3%

4. (£5,000):

On the border of what national park is the town of Abergavenny?
• A: Lake District • B: Brecon Beacons
• C: Exmoor • D: New Forest

5. (£10,000):

The drug quinine is chiefly associated with the treatment of which disease?
'50:50' lifeline used
• A: Lassa fever • B: Malaria
• C: Sleeping sickness • D: Beriberi

6. (£20,000):

Who wrote the book 'Dead Famous', which is also the name of a reality television show?
'Phone-A-Friend' lifeline used
• A: Ben Elton • B: Hugh Laurie
• C: Sean Hughes • D: Stephen Fry

Neal didn't know, so his brother, who said A: Ben Elton, but he wasn't sure. Neal then decided to walk away with £10,000. The correct answer was A: Ben Elton.

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