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1. What phrase links a long-awaited 1994 album and a 1920 poem by WB Yeats?

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1. What Italian word is used to describe the use of strong contrasts between light and dark in art?

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1. Which wartime word, now used figuratively to mean criticism, is a contraction of the German Fliegerabwehrkanone?

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1. "Pop Looks Bach" has been the theme of which regular BBC sports programme since its inception in 1978.

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1. On 5 June, 1968, who died in the kitchen of the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles?

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1. Which transport network made famous during the skiffle craze went out of business in 1980?

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1. Iggle Piggle, Makka Pakka, Upsy Daisy and the Tombliboos feature in which children's TV series?

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1. Occupy Wall Street.

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1. What began on 17 September this year in Zuccotti Park?

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1. Historically speaking, who was the occupant of a dower house?

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1. The widow of an estate owner.

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1. As of 2010, which UK charitable organisation, founded in 1894, had 3.7 million members?

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1 The National Trust

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1. Simon Cowell.

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1. Which leading figure in the entertainment industry has a company called Syco?

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1. Switzerland.

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1. In which western European country were women not granted the vote until 1971?

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1. George Clooney on the US presidency.

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1. "Why would anyone volunteer for that job? I have a very good job. So I have no interest." Which actor, talking about what, at the Venice Film Festival recently?

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1. David Mellor MP.

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1. Who, in 1989, first asserted that the popular press was "drinking in the last chance saloon"?

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