Four Euro's for a Toasteh?
Quizmaster required: Yes
A quizmaster gives the name of a country, the contestant in play has to name the currency which the Euro replaced. There is then a bonus round open to all, where all players guess how much 4 Euros (i.e. one toasteh) was worth in the old currency at the time of the changeover. The player closest to the correct answer gets the bonus point for that round. There are two rounds per player, and they can choose to go 'home' (easy) or 'away' (harder). Home questions are worth one point, away questions are worth two.
First appeared on BBC 5 Live, episode 165