Win Rik Mayall DVDs

Believe Nothing discs up for grabs

Rik Mayall's comedy Believe Nothing is out on DVD and video today - and Chortle have three copies to give away.

Created by Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran, who wrote Mayall's previous hit The New Statesman, is set in the world of Oxford academia.

Mayall plays egomaniac professor Adonis Cnut, the cleverest man in the world and irresistible to women.

Special features on the DVD include interviews with cast members and writers, biographies and production notes.

To stand a chance of winning one of the DVDs, worth £19.99 each, answer the following questions by midday on Monday September 30.

Winners - chosen at random from all the correct answers recieved - will be notified by email that afternoon.

Good luck!

Which of the following did Marks and Gran NOT write?


Who is Rik Mayall's sometime double-act partner?


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Published: 23 Sep 2002

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