4. Which Royal made their broadcasting debut talking on Today about a dramatic performance, and in what year?
In 1969, Jack de Manio was the first radio broadcaster to be permitted to visit Buckingham Palace to interview HRH Prince Charles. In this extract, they talk about his student theatrics as part of the "Revolution" revue at Cambridge. Prince Charles does his Goon Show impersonation...
5. Why did newsreader Charlotte Green get a fit of the giggles?
Following a clip from Major Jack Tuat (pronounced: "Twat"...) Charlotte had to read a piece about sperm whales. It all got a bit much. You can listen to that moment here.
6. Who said this to Brian Redhead in 1987: "You've been a supporter of the Labour Party all your life, Brian..."? And what was Brian's retort?
9. Who described Today as an “aural Blue Peter for 60-year-olds”?
In a documentary made for Today's 50th anniversary, former Today editor Rod Liddle described the original programme when it started as "a light, entertaining magazine programme… an aural Blue Peter for 60-year-olds". Here he is in his editing days.
10. Which member of Theresa May's Cabinet worked briefly on Today as a writer and reporter?