Part one of two from this full length episode.
Part two of two from this full length episode.
The credits for this episode.
The vulgarity of an intellectual horse race and the good taste of highly specialised questions about esoteric subjects.– Writer Tony Reid in The Listener, 21 November 1981
Imagine questioning someone about sulphuric acid production in New Zealand. It's a strange programme to host and it's odd that it should be so compelling. I mean, I did win some quiz prizes during my school days ... but sulphuric acid production?– Peter Sinclair in The Listener, 21 November 1981
Sport for the brain, competitiveness of the human trying to beat everyone else with the brain, rather than the body. And the prize was winning, rather than a set of cutlery or a trip to Disneyland.– Max Cryer in The Sunday Star-Times, 14 September 1997