Subjects include American Presidents of the 20th Century and FA Cup finals since 1970.
Scottish Infantry Regiments; history of the city of Liverpool.
John Humphrys poses the questions in the semi-finals; specialist subjects are The Monmouth Rebellion, Manchester City Football Club, Babylonia and US Elections.
Subjects include the life and reign of King Ludwig II of Bavaria and the novels of Margery Allingham.
Subjects include the life and reign of King Charles II, Albert Einstein, and "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy."
Subjects include British prime ministers of the 20th century and the television show "Fawlty Towers."
Subjects include capital punishment in the UK since 1945 and comic-actor John Belushi.
Subjects include the life and works of Offenbach and British films of the 1960s.
Subjects include the life and works of Wilfred Owen, unicorns, and Alexander the Great.
Subjects include the life and music of Cole Porter, the sci-fi series "Babylon 5" and photographer Ansel Adams.
Hercule Poirot novels; Dracula; the Battle of Britain.
Subjects include British Top 30 singles from 1960-1989 and the films of Satayjit Ray.
Subjects include the life and works of Titian, and the history of the Football World Cup 1930-2002.
Subjects include the life and works of Vaughan Williams, legends of King Arthur, and the TV series "MASH."
History of WWII; films of Gregory Peck.
Subjects include the history of 11th-century England, the life and works of Elizabeth Gaskell, and singer Rod Stewart.
Subjects include the Department of Guadeloupe and its dependencies, the Moody Blues, and aircraft carriers from 1912.
Subjects include the novels of Frederick Forsyth and the life and films of Marilyn Monroe.
Subjects include the history of the Essex County Cricket Club, British tank development from 1915, and the life and music of Sir Paul McCartney.
Subjects include the history of the European Union, the television series "Star Trek: The Next Generation" and Manchester United football.
Subjects include the life and works of Wassily Kandinsky, the IAAF World Outdoor Athletics Championships, and King David.
Subjects include the life and times of Emma Hamilton, fictional novels of Michael Crichton, and the music of Elvis Costello.
Subjects include the life and works of Mark Chagall, international golfing 1970-2003, and the life and music of Jim Morrison.
Subjects in the third quarterfinal include Lawrence of Arabia, the works of Clive Barker and the life and works of Gilbert and Sullivan.
Subjects in the second quarterfinal include the life and works of Dickens and the films of Vincente Minnelli.
Subjects in the first quarterfinal include the films of Alfred Hitchcock, the history of video games and Benjamin Franklin.
Subjects include the life and works of Dmitry Shostakovitch and the TV series "Red Dwarf."
Subjects include Harry Potter films and English League Football Grounds since 1945.
Subjects include the religious works of Rembrandt Van Rijn, BBC radio comedy from 1940-1960, and the fiction of Graham Greene.
Subjects are the House of Godwin 1000-1066, the life and films of Grace Kelly, the life and works of Dalida, and World Cup cricket 1972-2003.
Subjects include English castles, British flora and fauna, and the music of Fairport Convention.
Subjects include British history since 1945, 20th-century fashion, English and Scottish racecourses, and the Academy Awards.
Subjects include Welsh princes, the life and career of Elizabeth Fry, and orchestral film scores.
Subjects are: Witch World Novels of Andre Norton, Tour De France, Works of Tom Lehrer and History of the Jewish East End of London.
Subjects include the French Revolution and the life and novels of George Eliot.
Subjects are: Maureen O'Hara, Punk and New Wave Music, History of Halifax Rugby League Football Club, Only Fools and Horses.
Subjects include the plays of William Shakespeare and the recordings of the Beatles.
Subjects include the Presocratics, the life and films of Judy Garland, and The Beatles.
Subjects are: Western Europe in the Dark Ages, Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials trilogy, George Gershwin and US Manned Space Flight.
Subjects include the life and works of Benjamin Britten, aircraft of World War I, and the travels of Michael Palin.
Subjects are: Life and Times of President Warren G Harding, Test Career of Geoffrey Boycott, Dr Who and The Novels of Tom Sharpe.
Members of the clergy battle the TUC team for a spot in the semifinals.
Subjects include the history of British steam locomotives, music group The Beach Boys, and the films of director Quentin Tarantino.
Subjects are: R.M.S. Titanic, Life and Career of Joyce Grenfell, Life and Works of Gustav Mahler and World Heavyweight Boxing Championships 1895-1978.