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What is the title of the next eagerly awaited instalment in the 'Star Wars' film series?

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1. In the English peerage, which title is above an earl but below a duke?

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Diplomacy board game: Treachery is the way to win - which makes it just like the real thing

Bullying, betrayal, aggression – it may be just a board game, but the family that plays Diplomacy may never look at each other in the same way again, says old hand Sam Kitchener

The Saturday Quiz answers

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1. The 1964 film 'A Shot in the Dark' was the second appearance of which fictional detective?

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1. In the mass escape from Stalag Luft III German POW camp in 1944, popularised in the film 'The Great Escape', what were the names of the three escape tunnels?

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1. The late 1950s and early '60s rock'n'roller Vince Taylor inspired which fictitious character?

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1. The character Ron Swanson, played by Nick Offerman, is the director of a local government department which gives its name to what US sitcom?

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1. Which phrase regarding the persuasive power of numbers did Mark Twain attribute to Benjamin Disraeli?

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1. The director Orson Welles spent many of his final years trying to complete a film based on a classic work of 17th-century literature. What was it?

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What have footballer Carlos Tevez (pictured), cricketer Brett Lee and tennis player Pat Cash all done away from sport?

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1. What have footballer Carlos Tevez, cricketer Brett Lee and tennis player Pat Cash all done away from sport?

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The 2012 Independent Quiz Of The Year

Now in its 145th edition, Whitaker’s Almanack is the definitive source of facts, trivia and ephemera. So who better than its compilers to test your knowledge of the big events of 2012…

Answers: The 2012 Quiz Of The Year

The answers to our quiz on the big events of 2012...

The IoS Halloween quiz

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1. Which US state has the highest population of Amish?

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Happy birthday Edinburgh Festival!

It's 65 years since it began and this year's fun is about to get under way. So, try Matthew Bell's brilliant quiz on this cultural extravaganza (answers at bottom of page)

Last night, Steven Spielberg was recognised with a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Producers Guild of America

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