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A light-hearted pop quiz in which two teams pit their wits. to answer questions on pop music past and present.
Terry Wogan as chairman with Tim Rice and Roger Scott heading teams of guest celebrities.
A special feature each week will be a live group.
From Sands Discotheque, Luton.

Test your knowledge of pop with Disco.
1. How big was the yellow polka dot bikini?
2. Who wears short shorts?
3. Who originally said Don't you step on my Blue Suede shoes?
Re-makes: Who had the original hits of these recent Top-20 records?
1. Sherry by Adrian Baker and the Tonics
2. Bye Bye Baby by the Bay City Rollers
3. Delilah by the Sensational Alex Harvey Band
4. Misty by Ray Stevens
5. Oh Boy by Mud
1. Name the airline that flies to Barbados.
2. What is Gary Glitter's real name?
3. What year was Brian Hyland's current record Sealed with a Kiss first released?
4. According to Marc Bolan, who was coming out of New York City, and what did she have in his hand?
5. What was the first hit in this country for Jerry Lee Lewis?
Check the answers on the facing page where it's Disco time: 3.55 pm

Answers to quiz opposite:
1. Itsy Bitsy
2. We (wear short shorts)
3. Carl Perkins
1. and 2. The Four Seasons
3. Tom Jones
4. Johnny Mathis
5. The Crickets
1. Coconut Airways
2. Paul Gadd
3. 1962
4. A Woman (with a Frog in her Hand)
5. A Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On


Chairman: Terry Wogan
Team captain: Tim Rice
Team captain: Roger Scott
Programme Associate: Richard Willcox
Director: Rick Gardner
Producer: Terry Henebery

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