Contestants on some of Britainís best known quiz shows have given some hilariously incorrect answers when confronted by seemingly simple general knowledge questions.
How many of them would you have got wrong?
History (on BBC Radio Merseyside)
Presenter: What was Hitlerís first name?
Film Studies (on Radio 2)
Presenter: Johnny Weissmuller died on this day. Which jungle-swinging character clad only in a loincloth did he play?
General Studies (on Woganís Perfect Recall, Channel 4)
Presenter: ďWhich Duke resides at Woburn Abbey?
Music (on LBC, 97.3 FM)
Presenter: What name does Cat Stevens go under now? Iíll give you a clue, he became a MuslimÖ
Contestant: Abu Hamza.
Maths (on The Weakest Link, BBC One)
Presenter: What kind of dozen is 13?
Contestant: Half a dozen.
Classics (on The Weakest Link, BBC One)
Presenter: What was the principal language used by the ancient Romans?
Geography (on In It To Win It, BBC One)
Presenter: Alderney and Sark Ė are they part of the Channel Islands?
Contestant: Ooooh! Is that the English Channel? I donít know, are there islands in the English Channel? Iíve never heard of any. France Ė thatís near the English Channel, isnít it?
Politics (on Viking FM)
Presenter: Who was the Prime Minister before Tony Blair?
Contestant: George Bush.
Books (on celebrity edition of University Challenge)
Presenter: Of all Beatrix Potterís books, which is the only one to feature a human in the title?
Contestant: Peter Rabbit
The Arts (on 2CR FM)
Presenter: Who painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel?
Contestant: Leonardo Di Caprio.