Neil Sefton, a sales manager from Wokingham, Berkshire won £1,000 on November 11th, 2008 after answering his £10,000 question incorrectly.


Fastest Finger First Question Edit

Put these words and phrases in order to give the name of a TV programme.
• A: Celebrity • B: Get me
• C: I'm a • C: Out of here

From the 10 contestants, 8 got it correct. But Neil got it right in the fastest time; a time of 2.51 seconds. The correct order was C-A-B-D.

Neil's Run to the Million Edit

1. (£500):

The expression 'Ooh-la-la' is most associated with which country?
• A: Spain • B: Italy
• C: Greece • D: France

2. (£1,000):

How would a musician play the pan pipes?
• A: Pluck them • B: Blow them
• C: Hit them • D: Strum them

3. (£2,000):

Lucknow is a city in which country?
'50:50' lifeline used
• A: Russia • B: India
• C: Ireland • D: Switzerland

4. (£5,000):

Who launched her perfume called 'Stunning' in 2007?
'Ask the Audience' lifeline used
• A: Katie Price - 60% • B: Myleene Klass - 10%
• C: Tess Daly - 2% • D: Jade Goody - 28%

5. (£10,000):

Which of these sports is most associated with the name Hurlingham?
'Phone-a-Friend' lifeline used
• A: Boxing • B: Fencing
• C: Swimming • D: Polo

Neil didn't know, so he phoned his friend Mike, who failed to give an answer in the time provided. Neil then decided to go for B: Fencing, but this was incorrect and he lost £4,000.