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FASHION: 1 Yohji Yamamoto. 2 Comme des Garcons. 3 Gucci. 4 Alexander McQueen. 5 Jean Paul Gaultier. 6 John Rocha. 7 Donna Karan. 8 Vivienne Westwood. 9 Isaac Mizrahi.

CHURCHMEN: 1: C (Rev Brandon Jackson, Dean of Lincoln). 2: F (Rt Rev David Konstant, Bishop of Leeds). 3: E (Rt Rev Michael Turnbull, Bishop of Durham). 4: B (Rev Andrew Brown, Independent journalist). 5: D (Most Rev George Carey, Archbishop of Canterbury). 6: A (Father Michael Seed).

JUDGES: 1: C (Judge Stephen Tumim). 2: E (Lord Justice Brown). 3: D (Judge Anthony Thornton). 4 : F (Justice Charles Mantell). 5: B (Justice Ian Kennedy). 6: A (Mr Justice Bell).

MPS: 1: C (Sir Nicholas Scott). 2: E (Richard Spring). 3: B (David Ashby). 4: F (Winston Churchill). 5: A (Allan Stewart). 6: D (Patrick Nicholls).

MUSIC: 1 Oasis at Earl's Court. 2 Sir Harrison Birtwistle. 3 Pulp. 4 Black Grape. 5 The Beatles, with "Free as a Bird".

TELEVISION: 1 Emmerdale. 2 Reg Holdsworth 3 Taggart and Inspector Morse. 4 Janet Street-Porter in the MacTaggart Lecture 5 Janet Street-Porter, again.

ART: 1 The Three Graces; Timothy Clifford. 2 Christo. 3 Mark Wallinger. 4 Rachel Whiteread. 5 Longleat.

BOOKS: 1 Gore Vidal in Palimpsest. 2 by reviewing Palimpsest waspishly in the Sunday Times. 3 Gordon Burn in Fullalove. 4 a) Thomas Carlyle. b) The Getty Family. c) Bryan Gould. d) Dirk Bogarde. 5 Geoffrey Wansell, biographer of Fred West.

SPORT: 1 Jeff Tarango. 2 Dublin or Cardiff. 3 Jonah Lomu. 4 devout Christianity (Jonathan Edwards and Lomu). 5 Frank Bruno.

POLITICS:1, 2 3 and 4 Virginia Bottomley. 5 Peter Bottomley.

THEATRE: 1 Harold Pinter's Old Times. 2 Harold Pinter's The Hothouse; David Barron was Pinter's stage name 3 Sir Robert Stephens 4 Toby Stephens, Robert Stephens's son. 5 Warren Mitchell, Till Death Do Us Part and King Lear.

FILM: 1 Babe. 2 Anna Nicole Smith, star of Naked Gun 21/2. 3 OJ Simpson. 4 The Usual Suspects. 5 Nicole Kidman in To Die For.

NEWSPAPERS: 1 Charles (Moore). 2 Frank (Johnson). 3 Richard Stott. 4 Today. 5 An interest in Express Newspapers (Lloyd Webber; Neil).

FAT CATS: 1 Sir Richard Greenbury, Marks & Spencer chairman. 2 Sir Iain Vallance, British Telecom chairman. 3 Sir Desmond Pitcher, North West Water chairman. 4 Trevor Newton, Yorkshire Water's managing director. 5 Cedric Brown, British Gas chief executive.

LOTTERY: 1 Chris Tarrant. 2 Ham-sters. 3 He was 15 - too young to collect his winnings. 4 Peter Davis, Oflot's director-general. 5 (c).

OJ: 1. Orenthal James. 2 Kato. 3 A 15-in serrated knife. 4 A Ford Bronco. 5 I Want To Tell You.

WILDLIFE: 1 The space shuttle Discovery. 2 A grouse. 3 Humphrey, the Downing Street cat; the Royal Army Medical College. 4 Cruft's. 5 They've been changing sex.

BODY PARTS: 1 Marianne Wiggins on Salman Rushdie's brain. 2 Divine Brown on Hugh Grant's penis. 3 The Palace on the Queen Mother's hip replacement. 4 Michael Hutchence on Paula Yates's breast surgery. 5 Martin Amis on his own teeth.

NO LONGER WITH US: 1 Lana Turner. 2 Group Captain Peter Townsend. 3 Leonard "Len" Martin. 4 Carl Giles. 5 Jeremy Brett. 6 Robert Stephens. 7 Jerry Garcia. 8 Sir Kingsley Amis. 9 Lord Matthews. 10 Peter Cook.

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