Did former British heavyweight champion Joe Erskine play rugby for Wales?
S. Donovan, Barnsley
THE JUDGE: Joe Erskine played fly-half for Wales as a schoolboy international.
Was American heavyweight boxer Tommy Morrison related to Hollywood legend John Wayne?
Ivor Danvers, Wigan
THE JUDGE: Tommy claims to be a distant relative of John 'The Duke' Wayne, whose real name was Marion Morrison.
Has Arsenal tube station always been so called when there is no such district at Arsenal?
Jim Burns, Finchley
JUDGE: It became Arsenal tube station in 1932, and was a publicity coup
by the then Highbury manager Herbert Chapman. He nagged London
Transport into changing the name of the station from Gillespie Road.
Has a Hollywood film ever been made about the first of the modern Olympics in Athens?
Emily Clarke, Tranmere
THE JUDGE: Yes, in 1954. It Happened in Athens starred Jayne Mansfield and 1948-52 Olympic decathlon champion Bob Mathias. It did not win any medals.
Can you name the four footballers with three Os in their surname who played football for England?
Roy Mulligan, Kidderminster
THE JUDGE: Most
football fans manage to name Peter Osgood, Tony Woodcock and lan
Storey-Moore. The one and only Pelharn Von Donop is the missing fourth
man! He won two England caps against Scotland in 1873 and 1875, and
played for the Royal-Engineers in two FA Cup finals.
Was there an outstanding American footballer called Johnny Blood?
Alan Bartram, Walsall
THE JUDGE: This
was the 'ghost' name of Johnny McNally, a brilliant running back
between the wars with Green Bay Packers, Pittsburgh Pirates and the
Steelers. He played under the pseudonym of Johnny Blood in the 1920s to
protect his amateur status, and got the idea for his name after
watching Rudolph Valentino starring in the silent film classic Blood