QUESTIONS IN THIS PROGRAMME
1. Where would you be most likely to find a durable Welsh-language soap opera, a plant with bell-shaped flowers, and a highwayman hanged in 1670?
2. Why could you find the greatest cattle rancher in Texas, and the President of Nigeria, watching a film by George Clooney?
3. (Music) Why would you summon Murray, Aykroyd and Ramis to Down Street Station and play them these pieces?
4. (Music) On what grounds could these pieces be said to have stately features?
5. (From Graham Holliday) What’s been moved, to turn a Jane Austen village into an airline, a summer sport into a deadly sin, a valley to become sanctified and a 19th century penny reversed?
6. (From Richard Humm) Put in order: Gently's second appearance; a Manet and Renoir co-production, 96 years apart; what Holly has before going to Sing-Sing; and
Spencer, Katharine and Sidney’s question in the year of Loving v Virginia.
7. Why might an East and West musical duo, Charles Foster Kane's business partner, and a Washington Post prober, be preserved in amber?
8. Who might have travelled Hopefully to: the Lion City, Unguja, Rabat, Amaurote, Cidade Maravilhosa, Denpasar and the Fragrant Harbour?
THIS WEEK'S TEASER QUESTION
In 1992, how did Leicester, Thames and Newcastle, previously ‘skilled in many arts’, become a revolting baron, a Royal borough and an Anglo-Saxon Kingdom?
The answer will appear in next week’s programme.
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