6th February 2004 at 00:00
1. Which former children's television presenter says daytime TV damages the young?

a. Magpie's Susan Stranks b. Animal Magic's Johnny Morris c. Gordon the Gopher

2. Blair's new line on Iraq's weapons of mass destruction: were they there or not?

a. Yes b. No c. It doesn't matter

3. So why has the Prime Minister ordered an inquiry into the intelligence?

a. There are legitimate questions to be answered b. It's a question of trust c. Because President George W Bush is having one

4. Which (now former) BBC employee was beset by rats?

a. Greg Dyke b. Andrew Gilligan c. Jennie Bond

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