Back up to: Mastermind
31/31 Six contenders battle to become the nation's Mastermind in the series grand final.
30/31 Subjects include the life and work of Antoni Gaudi and the films of Powell and Pressburger
29/31 Subjects include William the Conquerer, the history of glam rock and Robert the Bruce.
28/31 Subjects include Sir Walter Raleigh and TV series Ever Decreasing Circles.
27/31 Subjects include Ayrton Senna and the Jeeves and Wooster novels of PG Wodehouse.
26/31 Subjects include Burt Bacharach, Ealing Studios and the London and North Eastern Railway.
25/31 John Humphrys asks the questions as the competition reaches the semi-final stage.
24/31 Specialist subjects include the films of Billy Wilder and the Nuremberg Trials.
23/31 Specialist subjects include Victorian and Edwardian poisoners, and Bishop John Robinson.
22/31 Specialist subjects include the life and times of Robert Peel and the Child Ballads.
21/31 Specialist subjects include the life and career of Lester Piggott and the Weimar Republic.
20/31 Specialist subjects include 17th-century English history and Star Trek Voyager.
19/31 Specialist subjects include Charles Darwin, and the life and works of Francis Poulenc.
18/31 Specialist subjects include TV westerns of the 50s and 60s, and the work of Tolkien.
17/31 Specialist subjects include the novels of Stan Barstow and the history of Portmeirion.
16/31 Specialist subjects include the work of Gerry Anderson and the the life of Mustafa Kemal.
15/31 Specialist subjects include the life and music of Lou Reed and classical Greek mythology.
14/31 Specialist subjects include the Eurovision Song Contest and Caesar's Gallic Wars.
13/31 Specialist subjects include Isambard Kingdom Brunel and the London borough of Wandsworth.
12/31 Subjects include NFL history 1920-1974, Henry VII and Stephenie Meyer's Twilight novels.
11/31 Subjects include British female cabinet ministers, angels, and the Stone of Destiny.
10/31 Subjects include Richard III, and the life and times of Morihei Ueshiba.
9/31 Subjects include British indie music 1979-1989 and Leonhard Euler.
8/31 Subjects include the life and career of Bill Hicks and George Frederic Handel.
7/31 Subjects include the films of Tim Burton and Ancient Greece 490-323BC.
6/31 Subjects include the Cazalet books of Elizabeth Jane Howard, and the life of John Hume.
5/31 Subjects include the life and films of Groucho Marx and the novels of Dorothy Whipple.
4/31 Subjects include the life and works of Oscar Wilde and Germanic languages.
3/31 Subjects include the history of the George Cross and the TV series The Ascent of Man.
2/31 Subjects include the history of Apple Records and the fictional works of Paul Auster.