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Tom Sutcliffe chairs the latest heat of the cryptic general knowledge quiz. Northern Ireland take on the Midlands.
If Côte d’Ivoire comes fourteenth and China twentieth, where are Cyprus, Argentina and Ghana?
What have a bunch of wimps been doing down a mine in North Yorkshire, and why might it matter?
How much do you have, in old money?
What connects this music with an exuberant patriotic celebration, and a venerated football stand?
Question 5 – listener question from Lawrence Mayes in Herefordshire
How does adding a narrow walkway to: half of a pair of drums; a French pachyderm; and a man associated with law enforcement in the USA, produce: a prestidigitator; a pantomime hero; and a comic creation from Staines?
Question 6 – listener question from Charles Gilman in Egham
Why might a subtle shade of Greene, Caine cast as a pilgrim, and a ceramic artist, all feel tormented?
What connects a pair of atmospheric radiation bands, a towering art-deco masterpiece, and a court procedure offering rapid resolution when it’s six of one and half-a-dozen of the other?
If you can find the key to the link between Noddy and his companions, the St Custards skool dog, an exclusive address on Piccadilly, and Artemisia absinthium, you’ll realise there’s an odd one out. Which?