Could you win Who Wants To Be A Millionaire's £1 million top prize? Take this quiz to find out.
Hosted once again by Jeremy Clarkson, a new series of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire is currently airing nightly on ITV and ITV Hub.
Contestants vie to win the chance of answering 15 questions correctly to win £1,000,000. Four lifelines - Phone a Friend, 50:50, Ask the Audience and Ask the Host - can help them on their way.
This week saw Andrew Townsley make it all the way to the final question, winning £500,000.
Could you do better? Here are all the questions and answers that Andrew faced on his way to the top prize...
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire Quiz
Which of these products is sold by the brands Colgate, Oral-B and Sensodyne? (£100)
D) Sun cream
Which tool was used as a weapon by the Norse god Thor? (£200)
What is the name of the classic dessert consisting of sponge cake and ice cream covered in meringue? (£300)
A) Baked Rhode Island
B) Baked Wyoming
C) Baked Connecticut
D) Baked Alaska
Trigonometry is a branch of which subject? (£500)
Lily Savage was a persona of which TV personality? (£1,000)
A) Paul O'Grady
B) Barry Humphries
C) Les Dawson
D) Brendan O'Carroll
Which of these means a speech in a play where a character talks to themselves rather than to other characters? (£2,000)
Which of these is a religious event celebrated in Hinduism? (£4,000)
British athlete Katarina Johnson-Thompson became a world champion in which athletics event in 2019? (£8,000)
C) 100 metres
D) 400 metres hurdles
Which iconic horror film involves a couple whose newborn child is replaced at birth with the Antichrist? (£16,000)
A) The Shining
B) Don't Look Now
C) The Exorcist
D) The Omen
In the opera by Rossini, what is the first name of 'The Barber of Seville'? (£32,000)
C) Don Carlos
Which of these books is believed to have been inspired by the real life experiences of the Scottish sailor Alexander Selkirk? (£64,000)
A) Moby Dick
B) Robinson Crusoe
C) Treasure Island
D) The Count of Monte Cristo
Which toxic substance is obtained from the pressed seeds of the castor oil plant? (£125,000)
The Twelve Apostles is a series of peaks connected to which mountain? (£250,000)
A) Aoraki Mount Cook
C) Table Mountain
D) Mont Blanc
First performed in 1804, Beethoven's 'Eroica Symphony' was originally dedicated to which historical figure? (£500,000)
A) Marie Antoinette
B) Napoleon Bonaparte
C) Louis XVIII of France
In the history of motor sport, which of these iconic races was held first? (£1,000,000)
A) Le Mans 24 Hours
B) Monaco Grand Prix
C) Indy 500
D) Isle of Man TT
Made it to the end? Why not apply to be on the TV show playing for real cash?
The application process to apply to be a contestant on the show closes September 30. You can apply via this link itv.com/beontv.