Back up to: Mastermind
31/31 Subjects include 1970s UK chart music, Abraham Lincoln, Verdi's operas and others.
30/31 Subjects include the Rebus novels of Ian Rankin and the Glastonbury Festival.
29/31 Subjects include birds of Britain, the films of Takeshi Kitano, and the Jagiellon Dynasty.
28/31 Subjects include the life and films of David Niven, Edward III and the Flashman novels.
27/31 Subjects include WB Yeats, Otto von Bismarck and the novels of Sarah Waters.
26/31 The second semi-final. Subjects include the films of Norman Wisdom, and Magna Carta.
25/31 Five contenders compete in the first semi-final. Subjects include the sitcom Rising Damp.
24/31 Subjects are Ian Dury; the Red Army 1941-1945; Gerald Durrell; the history of Celtic FC.
23/31 Subjects include Joy Division and the films of Tod Slaughter.
22/31 Subjects are Red Dwarf, Marie Curie, the novels of Jasper Fforde and Field Marshal Haig.
21/31 Subjects are Monty Python, Lord Nelson, Hergé's Tin Tin books and the African 'big five'.
20/31 Subjects include Marilyn Monroe, David Lloyd George and Swallows and Amazons.
19/31 Subjects are Anne Boleyn, the Wallander Novels, William Walton and Shakespeare's tragedies
18/31 Subjects are the Bee Gees, Kevin Smith, the Falklands conflict, and Thomas Hardy.
17/31 Subjects are UK number ones, Alan Bennett's Talking Heads, Kett's rebellion, Michael Foot.
16/31 Subjects include the novels of William Golding, the Soviet Union under Stalin and The KLF.
15/31 Subjects are Alice Cooper, the Gemini space programme, West Ham Utd and John Logie Baird.
14/31 Subjects include Geoffrey Boycott, Futurama and US Military Aircraft since 1945.
13/31 Subjects include the Titanic, the American Revolutionary War and East German Athletics.
12/31 Subjects include Steely Dan, the Mapp and Lucia Novels of EF Benson and Boston Bruins.
11/31 Subjects include The Waltons and the Bernard Sampson novels of Len Deighton.
10/31 Subjects include Catherine of Aragon, Fanny Cradock and the novels of Roddy Doyle.
9/31 Subjects include the American Civil War, HP Lovecraft and boxing title fights since 2000.
8/31 Subjects include George Harrison and the history of Rome until 1944.
7/31 Subjects include Sir Ian Botham, Guns N' Roses and the Hornblower novels of CS Forester.
6/31 Subjects include the Epsom Derby since 1980 and extinct fauna of the Ice Age.
5/31 Subjects include Doctor Who, Terry Venables, the story of Moses and Arkansas.
4/31 Subjects include Duran Duran, the history of the Alpine Club and Shakespeare's comedies.
3/31 Subjects include Radiohead and the Sherlock Holmes stories of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
2/31 Subjects include Billie Holiday, Eddy Merckx, Ludwig Wittgenstein and William Gladstone.