1 What is the architectural legacy of the 1889 Exposition Universelle?
2 What is grown in forcing sheds?
3 For string players, what command contradicts arco?
4 Which UK mammals are grey or harbour?
5 Who did Fanny Sunesson partner to sporting glory?
6 What name was adopted by the general Caius Martius?
7 Which country was formerly British Honduras?
8 What word for a flatterer literally means “fig shower”?
CH; CG; FB; LC; PH; PO; TH; W?
10 The Drifters; the Shadows; the Young Ones?
11 Bufo bufo; meles meles; talpa europaea; arvicola amphibius?
12 Leslie Mitchell (BBC and ITV); Paul Coia (Channel 4); David Vickery (Channel 5)?
13 Atlantic and Pacific Oceans (south of Cape Horn)?
14 Eva Lovelace; Christina Drayton; Eleanor of Aquitaine; Ethel Thayer?
15 Van Gogh and Gauguin, Arles; William Morris, Bexleyheath; Frida Kahlo, Mexico City?
1 Eiffel Tower.
5 Nick Faldo (caddie in four major wins).
8 Sycophant (Greek etymology).
9 Ordnance Survey map abbreviations: clubhouse; cattle grid; footbridge; level crossing; public house; post office; town hall; well.
10 Cliff Richard backing bands and collaborators.
11 Latin names of the animals in The Wind In The Willows: toad; badger; mole; water vole.
12 First voices heard on those TV channels.
13 Drake Passage.
14 Oscar-winning roles for Katharine Hepburn: Morning Glory; Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner; The Lion In Winter; On Golden Pond.
15 Artists’ coloured homes: Yellow House; Red House; Blue House.