This year, a musical theme – and a prize! The winner of the quiz will win some Ladybird wind-chimes. If I get more than one submission of the correct answer (which usually happens) I’ll put all correct answers into a hat and randomly select one after Christmas.
OK so down to the serious business:
1) Listen to the 8 clips below. Which mainly pre-1980s Ladybird Book is referred to by each tune? In most cases the clue might be in the title of the song, or it might be a theme tune to film or programme. In one case, the clue is a bit more tenuous – more to do with the origins of the song.
2) Jot down the answers somewhere, you won’t be able to go back to listen again easily once you click on the ‘submit here’ link. (You can re-submit/change your answers any number of times). Alternatively, you can just email me your answers: firstname.lastname@example.org
3) When you think you know the 8 Ladybird Books, click on the link at the bottom of this post, type your email address in the ‘name’ box (so I can identify the winner) and submit your answers.
4) Check back after Christmas to see the winner
(Remember, the link to submit your answers is at the bottom, below the 8 clips but it’s easier to jot down your answers on paper before going there). Alternatively you can email me: email@example.com
(Various contenders for this one. Choose the first of the series. 3 words)
REMEMBER to type your email address in the ‘name‘ box (so I can identify the winner) and submit your answers. Use only lower case and no punctuation.
Identified a song too late? You can resubmit – I’ll take your best answer.
Good luck – and Happy Christmas to everybody!