In this weeks episode, David is joined by a special guest star from the world of dance._David also announces the winner of his Wikipedia-friendly rhyming quiz._Many thanks to all of you who entered the competition. The quality of responses was universally outstanding with almost 81.3% of you getting all the answers right. For those of you who didnt, these are the right answers so you know for next time:
1 On which Island is the city of Jakarta? Java_2 On which island did they sign the Magna Carta? Magna Carta Island, Runnymede_3 In which war did Joan of Arc become a martyr? The Hundred Years War_4 In which war did Lysander fight for Sparta? Peloponnesian War_5 Whats the twin prime of 107? 109_6 Which river separates Cornwall & Devon? Tamar_7 Who became King in 1911? George V_8 What service was founded by Aneurin Bevan? National Health Service_9 Which theme park is in Anaheim? Disneyland_10 Who often wrote with Hammerstein? Richard Rodgers_11 Which oxides make up calamine? Zinc oxide & Iron oxide_12 In which song is it Hammer Time? Cant Touch This by MC Hammer_13 Whats the old name for Sri Lanka? Ceylon_14 Who played Sam in Casablanca? Dooley Wilson_15 For which teams George Smith a flanker? Brumbies, Australia_16 Whats meant by Lingua Franca? A language used by two people to communicate which is native to neither party._17 Who ran from Wile E. Coyote? Roadrunner_18 Who won an Oscar for Capote? Philip Seymour Hoffman_19 What type of plant is a peyote? Cactus_20 Who was the squire of Don Quixote? Sancho Panza_21 Beatles drummer before Ringo? Pete Best_22 Known as Kellys Eye in bingo? One_23 Film with baby-eating Dingo? A Cry In The Dark_24 Chief food of a flamingo? Brine shrimp_25 What goes in a bellini? Sparkling wine (prosecco) & Peach puree_26 Who invented the bikini? Louis Reard_27 Whats also called zucchini? Courgette_28 Who played Regan in The Sweeney? John Thaw_29 Who founded IKEA? Ingvar Kamprad_30 Who married Medea? Jason_31 Who fathered Hosea? Beeri_32 Who leads North Korea? Kim Jong-Il_33 Location of the Hassan Tower? Rabat, Morocco_34 Test debut of David Gower? June 1st 1978 vs Pakistan at Edgbaston_35 Running mate of Eisenhower? Richard Nixon_36 Latin name for Cauliflower? Brassica oleracea botrytis
Many congratulations to Andrew Langmead for being drawn out of the electric hat first.
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