After decades of broadcasting, Larry Gogan became as famous for his "Just A Minute Quiz" as he was for spinning records.
Here are some examples of when, to paraphrase the great man, the questions from the late broadcaster just didn't suit the callers.
Larry: Name something a blind man might use.
Caller: A Sword
Larry: Name an occupation where you might need a torch...
Caller: A burglar
Larry: Name a bird with a long neck.
Caller: Naomi Campbell.
Larry: Name something you open other than a door
Caller: Your bowels.
Larry: What was Hitler's first name?
Larry Where is the Taj Mahal?
Caller Opposite the dental hospital.
Larry: Name the capital of France.
Larry: Name something that flies that doesn't have an engine.
Caller: A bicycle with wings.
Larry Who would use a shuttlecock?
Caller: An astronaut.
Larry: Name of a famous bridge.
Caller: The Bridge Over Troubled Waters.
Larry: What star do travellers follow?
Caller: Joe Dolan.