Back up to: Mastermind
31/31 John Humphrys poses the questions in the 2005 Grand Final.
30/31 Subjects include the life and work of Niels Bohr and the 'culture' novels of Iain M Banks.
29/31 Subjects include The Archers since 1970, and rivers of Britain and Ireland.
28/31 Subjects include Pink Floyd, Diego Velazquez, George Crabbe and wines of the Loire Valley.
27/31 Subjects include vorticism, English pleasure piers and One Foot In The Grave.
26/31 Subjects include Rogers and Hammerstein, Queen, Lewis Carroll and the Maya.
25/31 Subjects include George Eastman, James Stewart and the churches of Sir Christopher Wren.
24/31 Subjects include European birds and the work of comedy writers Galton and Simpson.
23/31 Subjects include Igor Stravinsky, the history of ice dance and Lord Randolph Churchill.
22/31 Subjects include Life and Work of Puccini and Novels of Sebastian Faulks.
21/31 Topics include The Life and Work of Sir Peter Scott and National Flags.
20/31 Subjects include Tom Stoppard, King Louis XI of France 1423 - 1483 and The Prisoner.
19/31 Subjects include Life and Work of Edward Hopper and Life and Work of Nancy Mitford.
18/31 Specialist subjects include the novels of Raymond Queneau and Ireland during World War II.
17/31 Specialist subjects include the life and novels of Raymond Chandler and Hugh Gaitskell.
16/31 Specialist subjects include Flanders and Swann and the ecclesiastical calendar.
15/31 Specialist subjects include the novels of Jane Austen and the American Civil War.
14/31 Subjects include the life and career of Lyndon B Johnson and the Mughal Empire.
13/31 Specialist subjects include Chequers, the Discworld novels of Terry Pratchett and The Who.
12/31 Specialist subjects include Henry Fawcett, TV series Dinnerladies and TE Lawrence.
11/31 Specialist subjects include the Franco-Prussian War 1870-1871 and plays of Noel Coward.
10/31 Subjects include the libretti of WS Gilbert and the history of spirits and liqueurs.
9/31 Specialist include: the life of Andrea Bocelli and the life and reign of Henry VIII.
8/31 Subjects are: Dylan Thomas, The Old Testament, Clint Eastwood and Guillaume Apollinaire.
7/31 Subjects include: British political history 1905-2004 and the life of Muhammad Ali.
6/31 Subjects include: the Hornblower novels of CS Forester and English silver 1478-1837.
5/31 Subjects include: The life of Elizabeth Fry and the Swallows and Amazons novels.
4/31 Specialist subjects are - the French Revolution, George Eliot, chess and Trumpton.
3/31 Subjects are The Presocratics, Judy Garland, the Royal Air Force 1939-1945 and the Beatles
2/31 Subjects are, Benjamin Britten, WWI Aircraft, Sylvia Plath and Michael Palin's Travels.