Chris Maume

Chris Maume is radio columnist for the Independent on Sunday and obituaries editor of the Independent.

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1. When the First Division became the Premier League in 1992 it contained three original members of the Football League. Which ones?

Joan Rivers died in September after experiencing complications following throat surgery; Philip Seymour Hoffman died from acute drug intoxication at his New York apartment in February

Joan Rivers to Philip Seymour Hoffman: 2014 in obituaries

A tribute to the famous names who died this year

Whitelaw: 'I've never really felt like a proper actress,' she said

Billie Whitelaw: Actress hailed as one of the finest of her generation, best known as Samuel Beckett's muse and inspiration

When she received her CBE from the Queen in 1991, she was so nervous she couldn't say a word

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1. Who reportedly asked her husband, "Why don't you write books that people can read?"?

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Mandy Rice-Davies was a key figure in the Profumo Affair

Mandy Rice-Davies: Showgirl who became famous for her part in the Profumo affair and went on to enjoy a successful business career

It was while giving evidence at the trial of the society osteopath Stephen Ward in 1963 that Mandy Rice-Davies uttered perhaps the most famous retort in British legal history.

The Tor software system has built a reputation as the 'dark internet' – an ungoverned and seemingly ungovernable space where web users can surf with complete anonymity.

Dark net: We have the technology to trace internet paedophiles – let’s make sure we use it

Shouldn’t internet providers be made entirely responsible for the content they convey?

Queen Fabiola of Belgium: Spanish aristocrat headhunted to marry King Baudouin of Belgium, to whom she was a popular consort

In the late 1950s it was decided that King Baudouin I, who had been on the Belgian throne for nine years, was lonely and needed a queen. An Irish nun from the Legion of Mary, Sister Veronica O'Brien, was sent by the future Cardinal Suenens, then auxiliary bishop of Malenes, to scour Europe for a suitable bride. The king gave two conditions: she had to be aristocratic, and like him she had to be a devout Catholic.

The Saturday Quiz: Try our weekly brain teaser

1. Which is Africa's only country with Spanish as an official language?

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They were intended to promote harmony, but have achieved the opposite
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Usher, Mary J Blige and Will.i.am to give free concert as part of the Global Poverty Project

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The concert in Washington is part of the Global Citizen project, which aims to encourage young people to donate to charity
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We find carriers with room for all your essentials (and a bit more)
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I hear Manchester City are closing on Pep Guardiola for next summer – but I'd also love to see Jürgen Klopp managing in England
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