Terri Gilleece, a therapeutic radiographer from Belfast won £75,000 on June 20 & 27, 2009.


Fastest Finger FirstEdit

Fastest Finger First
Starting in America and working east, put these prime ministers and presidents in order of the country they led.
• A: Jomo Kenyatta • B: Margaret Thatcher
• C: Malcolm Fraser • D: Abraham Lincoln
From 9 contestants, only Terri (in 7.14 seconds) answered correctly D-B-A-C, making it to the Hot Seat.

Terri's Run to the MillionEdit

£500 (1 of 12) - Not Timed
Since 1988, UK passports have been which colour?
• A: Burgundy • B: Green
• C: Yellow • D: Black

£1,000 (2 of 12) - Not Timed
The term 'foot fault' is used in which of these sports?
• A: Cricket • B: Golf
• C: Football • D: Tennis

£2,000 (3 of 12) - Not Timed
What was the setting for the 2006 film 'Poseidon'?
'Ask The Audience' lifeline used
• A: Plane - 3% • B: Ship - 87%
• C: Train - 2% • D: Space station - 8%

£5,000 (4 of 12) - Not Timed
The laughing, or spotted, hyena is native to which continent?
• A: Africa • B: North America
• C: Australia • D: Europe

£10,000 (5 of 12) - Not Timed
What was the name of the tight-fitting jacket worn by men in Tudor times?
• A: Doublet • B: Poncho
• C: Bolero • D: Tabard

£20,000 (6 of 12) - Not Timed
In January 2007, 14-year-old Michael Perham became the youngest person to sail solo across which ocean?
'50:50' lifeline used
• A: Pacific • B: Indian
• C: Atlantic • D: Southern

£50,000 (7 of 12) - Not Timed
The author Beatrix Potter is most associated with which part of the UK?
• A: Yorkshire Dales • B: Norfolk Broads
• C: New Forest • D: Lake District

£75,000 (8 of 12) - Not Timed
The first Rubik's Cube World Championship was held in which city, the birthplace of the puzzle?
'Phone-A-Friend' lifeline used
• A: London • B: Paris
• C: Vienna • D: Budapest
Terri didn't know, so she phoned her friend Noel, who said D: Budapest, but he wasn't sure. Terri went with this answer and won £75,000.

£150,000 (9 of 12) - Not Timed
Which Italian foodstuff has its origins in the city of Modena in Italy?
• A: Parmesan cheese • B: Ciabatta bread
• C: Balsamic vinegar • D: Mortadella sausage
Terri didn't know, so she walked away with £75,000. She said she would have said D: Mortadella sausage had she played the question. The correct answer was C: Balsamic vinegar.


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