The nation held its breath as the well-spoken, kind-faced contestant Judith Keppel moved closer and closer to the million-pound prize on Who Wants to be a Millionaire? Many of us were left behind as Judith displayed her knowledge of cookery, clothes and patron saints. Then came the millionpound question - Who was the husband of Eleanor of Aquitaine? By this stage the studio audience were almost being carried out on stretchers such was the tension. Chris Tarrant himself seemed about to pop from excitement. All around the country, a record audience of fourteen million stayed glued to their sets through the ad break. Only one person seemed to keep their cool and that was Judith Keppel. It's easy when you know the answer. Now the most famous quiz contestant in the country has devised her own thousand questions in a fun and simple format for playing a quiz game at home. And if you're really stuck on the difficult questions, you can 'Ask Judith' for a hint, which will not only help with the question in hand, but also provide valuable advice on how to answer other quiz questions. Now you too could win a million, or a free packet of crisps at your local pub quiz.
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I think quizzes are a great way to bring people together. I imagine a family sitting down and doing my quizzes together, so there are questions for everyone: grandparents and teenagers.About the Author:
Judith Keppel is a garden designer and lives in London and is a now regular contributor to the Daily Telegraph
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Book Description EBURY PRESS, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0091881536
Book Description EBURY PRESS, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0091881536