Rob Biglands won £10,000 on September 22, 2009.
|What is the hobby of people who take part in 'am dram' most likely to be?|
|• A: Acting||• B: Horseriding|
|• C: Cookery||• D: Paintballing|
|Henry Winkler is best known for playing which classic comedy character?|
|• A: Herman Munster||• B: Sergeant Bilko|
|• C: The Fonz||• D: Mork|
|What name is given to a drink of gin flavoured with angostura bitters?|
|• A: Blue gin||• B: Yellow gin|
|• C: Green gin||• D: Pink gin|
|Which group features in Martin Scorsese's 2008 film documentary 'Shine a Light'?|
'Ask the Audience' lifeline used
|• A: Eagles - 16%||• B: Rolling Stones - 48%|
|• C: Led Zeppelin - 21%||• D: Beatles - 15%|
|Chesapeake Bay is an inlet on the coast of which country?|
'Phone-A-Friend' lifeline used
|• A: Australia||• B: Brazil|
|• C: USA||• D: Ireland|
Rob didn't know, so he phoned his friend Edna, who said C: USA. Rob went with this answer and won £10,000.
|In the political abbreviation PPS, what does the second 'P' stand for?|
'50:50' lifeline used
|• A: Policy||• B: Private|
|• C: Primary||• D: Public|
Rob thought it was A: Policy, but he wasn't sure, so he used his '50:50' lifeline, which left B: Private and D: Public. Rob then decided to walk away with £10,000. He said he would have said B: Private had he played the question. The correct answer was B: Private.