Back up to: Mastermind
John Humphrys hosts the grand final of Britain's toughest quiz.
The sixth semi-final with John Humphrys.
The last semi final with John Humphrys.
The fourth semi-final with John Humphrys.
The subjects include the life and career of Bobby Charlton and TV series The Day Today.
John Humphrys hosts the semi-finals of Britain's toughest quiz.
John Humphrys presents the first semi-final. Subjects include British butterflies.
John Humphrys hosts the last of the first round heats of the quiz show.
Subjects include Formula One 1980-2006 and the life and music of Cliff Richard.
Tonight's subjects include the life and music of Herbert Howells and The Sopranos.
Subjects include the Anglo Boer War and the Temptations.
Subjects include the Adrian Mole novels and the history of sound recording 1887-1925.
John Humphrys continues the hunt for the nation's Mastermind.
Subjects include the music of Johnny Cash, and the development of photography since 1900.
Subjects include the naval career of Nelson and Collingwood.
Subjects include Chelsea Football Club and the life and works of Joe Orton.
Subjects include Coronation St, and the Ramage Novels of Dudley Pope.
Subjects include Irish history 1916-1923 and the life and works of John Piper.
Subjects include British Top 20 singles of the 1970s and the Black Sox scandal of 1919.
Subjects include Frank Sinatra and the Lord Peter Wimsey books by Dorothy L Sayers.
Subjects include Round the Horne, William Thomson, and the history of Tamla Motown.
Specialist subjects include the Boat Race and the novels of Evelyn Waugh.
John Humphreys hosts as four more contenders tackle Britain's toughest quiz.
Subjects include the Royle Family and the Swann novels of RF Delderfield.
Subjects include the Battle of Gettysburg, Mario Lanza and Dante's Divine Comedy.
Specialist subjects include the life and career of Henry Ford and German wines.
Subjects include: the First Duke of Wellington and the horror novels of Stephen King.
Subjects are Peter Cook, Claude Monet, the films of Errol Flynn, and Edward VI.
Subjects: Sir Chris Bonington; Hannibal Lecter Novels; Kett's Rebellion; Tom Lehrer.
Subjects include French political history 1815-1914 and Gustav Holst.