Three other things regarding WDW:
(1) The captions during the contestant introductions used to display the first names and the surnames of the contestants - since 2013 they have displayed only the first names. I'm sure there was a good reason for this change.
(2) In the 2014 series, Hayley and Ranjit named 52 words in "Bohemian Rhapsody". Is there an upper limit for how many answers a team can bid - or could they bid over a hundred if they wanted to (if, of course, the list is big enough)? I assume there's a lower limit; I've never seen a team bid less than five (though I can't say I've watched every episode).
(3) Somewhat remarkably, the record for the most money won continues to be held by Trish and Seamus from the first series in 2007 - £170,000 in eight games. Chrissy and Joe won twelve games at the end of the 2013 series and the start of the 2014 series, yet *only* won £165,000 (giving wrong answers on four of their money lists didn't help). Regardless of the Beeb's treatment of the show, I'd be quite amazed if it ended with Trish and Seamus still the biggest winners...
"Channel 5! The channel that brings you England goals!" -- Jonathan Pearce, 31 May 1997
On hiatus from 1 January 2019. Perhaps I take the drawbacks of the written word *too* seriously.