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Monday, 20 November, 2000, 22:12 GMT
Questions on the path to 1m
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?
Mrs Keppel kept her calm
Here are the questions Judith Keppel answered on Who Wants to be a Millionaire? on Monday night to take home her landmark 1m win.

Question 10 - 32,000
Whose autobiography has the title A Long Walk To Freedom?

a) Ranulph Fiennes
b) Mother Teresa
c) Nelson Mandela
d) Mikhail Gorbachev

Answer C

Question 11 - 64,000
Duffel coats are named after a town in which country?

a) Belgium
b) Holland
c) Germany
d) Austria

Answer A

Judith went 50-50 and was left with a) Belgium and b) Holland. She correctly chose the right answer.

Question 12 - 125,000
Complete this stage instruction in Shakespeare's The Winter's Tale: "Exit, pursued by a ..."

a) tiger
b) clown
c) bear
d) dog

Answer C

Judith phoned her friend Jilly Greenwood who immediately knew the answer.

Question 13 - 250,000
The young of which creature is known as a squab?

a) salmon
b) horse
c) pigeon
d) octopus

Answer C

Question 14 - 500,000
Who is the patron saint of Spain?

a) St James
b) St John
c) St Benedict
d) St Peter

Answer A

Question 15 - 1m
Which king was married to Eleanor of Aquitaine?

a) Henry I
b) Henry II
c) Richard I
d) Henry V

Answer B

Saturday night's questions leaving Mrs Keppel with 16,000.

Question 1 - 100
Complete this phrase. As sick as a...

a) Partridge
b) Puffin
c) Parrot
d) Penguin

Answer C

Question 2 - 200
Which legal document states a person's wishes regarding the disposal of their property after death?

a) Would
b) Shall
c) Should
d) Will

Answer D

Question 3 - 300
Complete the title of the James Bond film The Man With The Golden...

a) Tooth
b) Gun
c) Eagle
d) Delicious

Answer B

Question 4 - 500
Which of these fruits shares its name with something superior or desirable?

a) Apricot
b) Grapefruit
c) Plum
d) Mango

Answer C

Question 5 - 1,000
In which sport do two teams pull at the opposite ends of a rope?

a) Tug of War
b) Basketball
c) Ice Hockey
d) Polo

Answer A

Question 6 - 2,000
Where would a cowboy wear his chaps?

a) On his head
b) On his arms
c) On his legs
d) On his hands

Answer C

Question 7 - 4,000
Which of these zodiac signs is not represented by an animal that grows horns?

a) Taurus
b) Capricorn
c) Aquarius
d) Aries

Answer C

Question 8 - 8,000
Sherpas and Gurkhas are native to which country?

a) Russia
b) Ecuador
c) Nepal
d) Morocco

Answer C

Question 9 - 16,000
Prime Minister Tony Blair was born in which country?

a) England
b) Northern Ireland
c) Scotland
d) Wales

Judith used her Ask The Audience Lifeline. Fifty-three per cent said Scotland

Answer C

See also:

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