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31/31 John Humphrys questions six contenders in this series' Grand Final.
30/31 John Humphrys puts the questions to five more contenders in the last semi-final.
29/31 John Humphrys puts the questions to five more contenders in the penultimate semi-final.
28/31 John Humphrys puts the questions to five more contenders in another semi-final.
27/31 John Humphrys questions the contenders in the third semi-final of the series.
26/31 Subjects include Herbert Chapman, Benjamin Disraeli and Edward Jenner.
25/31 Subjects include the novels of Martin Amis and the Emperor Caligula.
24/31 Subjects include the Olympics in London and the What Katy Did novels of Susan Coolidge.
23/31 Subjects include Nirvana, the Thirty Years' War and the Roy Grace novels of Peter James.
22/31 Subjects include the Life and Times of Harold Wilson and the sitcom Seinfeld.
21/31 Subjects include the Life and Career of Peter Cook and the History of FC Barcelona.
20/31 Subjects include the Coast to Coast Walk and pop music of the 1980s.
19/31 Subjects include the sitcom Porridge, Queen Victoria's family and Eliza Lynch.
18/31 Subjects include the life and work of James Brindley, and the Soviet space programme.
17/31 Subjects include the life and short stories of Raymond Carver, and The Diggers.
16/31 Subjects include world passenger liners 1939-79 and the life and work of Federico Fellini.
15/31 Subjects include the Franco-Prussian war and the life and music of Kate Bush.
14/31 Subjects include the seven wonders of the ancient world and Enoch Powell.
13/31 Subjects include Bing Crosby, Eastenders, Joseph Banks and Albert Pierrepoint.
12/31 Subjects include Fleetwood Mac, the lost railways of Yorkshire and astronomy.
11/31 Subjects include the life and work of Mori Ogai and the films of Clint Eastwood.
10/31 Subjects include the history of New York, the Women's Institute and Augustus Pugin.
9/31 Subjects include the Apollo space programme and the life and music of Nick Drake.
8/31 Subjects include major battles of World War II and the satirical works of Juvenal.
7/31 Topics include the Cambridge Apostles, the French Revolution and Gustav Mahler.
6/31 Subjects include George Orwell, Sir Francis Walsingham and The West Wing.
5/31 Subjects include Field Marshal Montgomery and chess champion Tigran Petrosian.
4/31 Subjects include the Richard Hannay novels of John Buchan and the Peak District.
3/31 Subjects: Maximilian I, The Russian Revolution, Led Zeppelin and British speedway 1945-70.
2/31 Subjects include the Scottish Enlightenment and wines of the Loire Valley.