Win a quiet night in with Glenn Gould
COMPETITION: GLENN GOULD VIDEOS; PLUS `QUIZ SHOW' WINNERS
Sunday 05 March 1995
How old was Glenn Gould when he first found international fame with his celebrated recording of J S Bach's Goldberg Variations?
! Usual competition rules apply; the editor's decision is final.
n ON 19 FEBRUARY, we ran a competition offering readers the chance to win a Fifties-style Art Deco "Retrovisor" television set worth £699, or a private screening for 50 people of the hit film Quiz Show, courtesy of Buena Vista. We asked readers to come up with questions to match the following answers:
1 "Waif", not "Alf". (With what do you rhyme the Ralph in Ralph Fiennes?)
2 He got out of his car and shouted across to him, asking for directions. (How did Ralph Fiennes meet Charles Van Doren, whom he plays in Quiz Show?)
3 Amon Goeth. (What was the name of Fiennes' character in Schindler's List?)
The winner of the TV set is V C Pennington of London NW6; the winner of the screening is J Coleman of Merton College, Oxford. Our thanks to everyone who entered.
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