Congratulations to Syd McLoughlin of Prestatyn, Clwyd and Stuart Bayley from Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire for unscrambling the shaded letters to reveal Inspector George Gently as the Wordfiner answer, each winning a bumper selection of the ten best BBC DVDs of 2017.
Sharp-eyed readers who scoured the Christmas double issue of to enter our “Spot the Pea” competition will have counted 35 peas hidden on pages: 3, 4, 13, 21, 33, 41, 52, 75, 81, 87, 93, 106, 119, 128, 142, 169, 175, 178, 188, 201, 216(x3), 226, 230(x2), 241, 247, 254, 257, 266, 273 (x2), 276 and 290.
The lucky winner drawn at random from the correct entries, is Evelyn Wilson from Orkney. Courtesy of Birdseye, she receives a Samsung smart TV and soundbar, a Netflix subscription, a family pamper hamper, board games and a luxury blanket.
The five books depicted in Tony Ross’s illustration in the Christmas Radio Times were Grandpa’s Great Escape, Gangsta Granny, Ratburger, Billionaire Boy and Demon Dentist.
Congratulations to Craig Oldcare, Leanne Newsome, Clare Martin, Joanne Harrison and Lesley Hill who all identified the five books and won themselves a signed copy of David Walliams’s Bad Dad.
Our Christmas Enigma, Sudoku and Trackword puzzles are still available to play for fun by clicking here.
The answers to our wizard Harry Potter quiz (RT, 16 December) were:
1. B Barnabas Cuffe 2. A Diagon Alley 3. A by owl 4. B Potterwatch 5. B Molly Weasley 6. A Witching Hour 7. C acid green 8. C a beetle 9. A Xenophilius Lovegood 10. C Dolores Umbridge
Winning two tickets to the British Library’s Harry Potter: a History of Magic exhibition and the BBC DVD of that name was Lizzie Truman, from Potton, Bedfordshire.
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