Far be it from me to be the one to criticise a wizard scam such as this for the saying 'a fool and his money are soon parted' has never been more evident, however.... For those of you with Sky Digital may I draw your attention to channel 166 "TTV", and in particular to a show thay have called "The Great British Quiz". As of today (New Years Day) their current quiz has been running for at least a week. It is a simple case of doing the four simple questions (such as 'How many hooves on six reindeer'?) and adding the numbers. Adding the numbers i suspect is the key part here. For those of you who will now no doubt have a look I can assure you that the answer is not 58 as it would appear at first glance, nor is it 13 (from adding 5+, nor is it 4 (from adding 1+3). The beauty is that when they decide to end this quiz they will tell you the answer, which will more than likely be something absurd, without even attempting to explain how it was calculated. Decimals haven't been ruled out either which adds a totally new dimension to it. My point is at Â£1 a call, a steady stream of callers, no possible chance of stumbling on the correct answer and no attempt to explain how its worked out, how is this legal? Or more to the point how can i get in on the action? Allegedly the prize money is Â£15000, which has increased from Â£12000 when i first saw it a week ago (on Boxing Day), and who knows how long it was running before that. Incidentally TTV's decision is final and no correspondance may be entered into with regards to quiz answers. Genius.