Argus Christmas quiz winners

Bradley Wiggins, one of the answers in The Argus Christmas quiz

Bradley Wiggins, one of the answers in The Argus Christmas quiz

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Over Christmas and New Year our reporters put you to the test with The Argus Christmas Quiz – and now we can announce the winners.

There were fantastic prizes up for grabs for the overall winner plus the winners of each individual category – news, entertainment and arts plus sport.

The news category was the first to appear and Caroline Henderson from Hove will be able to enjoy an afternoon tea for two at the Waterhouse Restaurant within the Hilton Metropole plus a family ticket for Drusillas, Alfriston.

Annette Radford from Brighton will be treated to the Goodnight Mister Tom production at Theatre Royal Brighton plus £50 towards an authentic Italian meal at a Donatello Group restaurant in Brighton after winning the arts and entertainment round.

Jacqueline Collins, also from Brighton, will be receiving a family ticket to a Brighton and Hove Albion football match and a Sussex County Cricket Club game after getting the most answers right in the sports round.

The know-it-alls who entered all three categories were in with a chance to win a weekend family travel card – for two adults and two children, from Southern Railway, and four tickets for the top London attractions EDF Energy London Eye, the Sea Life London Aquarium, London Dungeon and Madame Tussauds.

Annette, who won the arts and entertainment round, entered all three rounds and got the most answers right, taking home the star prize.

We would like to thank all our readers who entered the quiz. You’ll find the answers to the questions below.

NEWS

1. 90

2. Holly Willoughby

3. Lion and Lobster

4. Sir Cliff Richard

5. Alcohol bottles

6. The Bevy

7. A starfish

8. Bom Banes

9. Railway track

10. The Fear

11. Lisa Marie Presley

12. Eddie Izzard

13. British White

14. A canoe

15. Black on Maroon

16. Barry White and Marvin Gaye

17. Red

18. 8

19. A swan

20. 16 June

21. Kemp Town

22. 1984

23. Stanley Theobald

24. Ice Prince

25. 14 years

26. Hastings

7. Bruno Crosby

28. 2006

29. Sir Basil Spence

30. The Dome

31. PSY

32. Andrew Mitchell

33. Curiosity

34. Felix Baumgartner

35. India

36. Isles of Wonder

37. Charles Taylor

38. Roger Federer

39. Chris Stevens

40. Xi Jinping

41. Costa Concordia

42. Canada

43. Coombe Road Primary School

44. Breath tests

45. Slindon

46. Anthony Dale, Reg Moores, Wendy Richard, Fred Perry, Paul Plumb, Ronnie Ablett, Harold Poster, Chris Copsey, Levi Emanuel Cohen, Paul Millmore, Peter Stockbridge

47. July 27

48. Nadine Dorries

49. Downton Abbey

50. Greek mythology

ENTERTAINMENT AND ARTS

1. The Maccabees

2. Chichester Festival Theatre

3. The Novium

4. Jeff Keens

5. Vanessa Redgrave

6. James Bond’s body double in Skyfall

7. Rounder Records

8. 22

9. Michael (lost boy)

10. Squawker Comedy Award

11. A full-size coach

12. Six

13. The Amex

14. Dizzie Rascal

15. Orbital

16. Queenspark Books

17. My Policeman by Bethan Roberts

18. Life of Pi

19. JMW Turner

20. Ben Wheatley

21. Frankie Cocozza

22. Barbara Hulanicki

23. A pig

24. The Jam

25. The Woman In Black

26. Oscar Wilde

27. Adele

28. Peter Blake

29. Jerwood Gallery

30. The skip

31. Green Door Store

32. James Corden

33. The West Pier

34. John Major

35. Marco Pierre White

36. Jeremy Deller

37. Arthur Brown

38. James Bond

39. All Tomorrow’s Parties.

40. Julien MacDonald

41. The united colours of Pride

42. Charles Dickens

43. John Shuttleworth

44. Paul Bonehead Arthurs

45. Daniel Kit son

46. Lawless

47. A – 45.6m. B – 69.23m C – 85.7m

48. Dandy Dick

49. Eddie Izzard

50. Now Is Good

SPORT

1. Selhurst Park

2. 1500m

3. Failing a drugs test

4. Ayrton Senna

5. Nick Faldo

6. 4 7. Sue Barker

8. Mohammed Ali

9. Tennis

10. Bobby Stokes

11. July 27 2012

12. Ramieres

13. Fred Perry, U.S. Championships in 1936

14. Bradley Wiggins

15. Michael Phelps

16. Caroline Wozniacki

17. Badminton

18. Sergio Aguero

19. Juan Martin del Potro

20. Thomas Muller

21. Hedley Verity in 1934

22. Carl Jenkinson

23. Mike Williamson own goal

24. Scott Neilson

25. Scott Styris (37 balls v Gloucestershire)

26. Mark Davis

27. 48

28. Liam Bridcutt

29. Matt Tubbs

30. Jordan Turner-Hall, Joe Marler and Joe Launchbury

31. 7 - Graham Moseley, Steve Gatting, Gary Stevens, Graham Pearce, Tony Grealish, Gary Howlett, Gordon Smith

32. Kelvin Morton

33. 1992

34. Jeff Wood and Dean Wilkins

35. Aiden Newhouse.

36. 5 — Manager Ron Green-wood numbered the squad alphabetically, apart from the goalkeepers.

37. The Boys In The Old Brighton Blue

38. Torquay United

39. Bas Zuiderent

40. Ashley Barnes, Chris Wood and Gary Dicker

41. Surrey

42. Lewis Dunk

43. Chelmsford City

44. Kazenga LuaLua

45. 100 first class wickets for the calendar year

46. Harrogate Town

47. Chesterfield

48. John Higgins

49. Joe Launchbury

50. Stoke 4 Albion 0

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