The questions1 Who was accused of using SparkNotes for his Nobel prize speech?2 In politics, what is the Overton window?3 Painted by Bellini, who w
1 Who was accused of using SparkNotes for his Nobel prize speech?
2 In politics, what is the Overton window?
3 Painted by Bellini, who was Leonardo Loredan?
4 Côte d’Ivoire is the world’s leading producer of which crop?
5 Which Greek herald had a proverbially loud voice?
6 Who is the only Scottish footballer to win the Ballon d’Or?
7 What nocturnal primate is also known as the galago?
8 What was the Mark I that debuted on 15 September 1916?
9 Dishwasher; windscreen wipers; disposable nappies; Kevlar?
10 T-W (purple); D (green); L-L (yellow); P (red)?
11 Auden and Britten; Mary Shepherd; George III; Blunt and Burgess?
12 Keer; Kent; Leven; Lune; Wyre?
13 Mary Gillick; Arnold Machin; Raphael Maklouf; Ian Rank-Broadley; Jody Clark?
14 Anlace; bodkin; stiletto; misericord; dirk?
15 Mother of God; 1930s child star; Open champion 1961-62?
1 Bob Dylan.
2 Range of politically acceptable ideas.
3 Doge of Venice.
5 Stentor (hence stentorian).
6 Denis Law (1964).
7 Bush baby.
8 First tank in combat (Somme).
9 Invented by women: Josephine Cochrane; Mary Anderson; Valerie Gordon; Stephanie Kwolek.
10 Teletubbies: Tinky-Winky; Dipsy; Laa-Laa; Po.
11 Subjects of Alan Bennett plays: The Habit Of Art; The Lady In The Van; The Madness Of George III; Single Spies.
12 Rivers flowing into Morecambe Bay.
13 Designed portraits of the Queen used on coins since 1953.
14 Types of dagger.
15 Gave names to non-alcoholic drinks: Virgin Mary; Shirley Temple; Arnold Palmer.