Archive: Fourth Reading - the 2nd annual Fourth Reading trivia quiz

4th Reading

Last year, in our final program of 2000, we did something a little different. The response was so overwhelming, we thought, what the heck, let's start a tradition. So this year, in our final show of 2001, we present the 2nd annual Fourth Reading trivia quiz. And to participate in the festivities, here are our Queen's Park experts: Richard Mahoney, Mac Penney and Ruth Grier, along with this year's guest contestant Rick Green, former host of the TVO program Prisoners of Gravity, co-creator of the Red Greene Show, and host and creator of "History Bites," on the History Channel.
Dec 23, 2001
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