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In the News

1 Davina McCall;

2 Francois Hollande;

3 Mark Zuckerberg;

4 The elephant;

5 Jenny Jones;

6 Srebenica;

7 Norfolk;

8 Charles Dickens;

9 Chris Smith;

10 1,000

History

1 Michael Foot;

2 Union of Soviet Socialist Republics;

3 Etruscan;

4 The First World War;

5 The Spectator;

6 Liverpool;

7 The Gettysburg Address;

8 1950s;

9 Nelson Mandela;

10 Thomas Cromwell

People

1 Gerard Manley Hopkins;

2 Simon Russell Beale;

3 Sarah Jessica Parker;

4 David Foster Wallace;

5 Peter Maxwell Davies;

6 Sacha Baron Cohen;

7 Frances Hodgson Burnett;

8 David Lloyd George;

9 Frank Lloyd Wright;

10 Lee Harvey Oswald

Music

1 Jools Holland;

2 All the subject of musicals by Andrew Lloyd Webber (Eva Peron; Stephen Ward; Joseph);

3 Ringo Starr;

4 All Tomorrow’s Parties;

5 Beethoven’s 9th symphony;

6 Matt Cardle and Rebecca Ferguson;

7 Rough Trade;

8 Let’s Spend Some Time Together;

9 Michael Jackson;

10 Conduct the Last Night of the Proms

Europe

1 5;

2 50;

3 Italy;

4 Crete;

5 Czechoslovakia;

6 Switzerland;

7 Belgium;

8 The Channel Tunnel;

9 Castle;

10 Venice

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