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Solid rock that lies under loose material AND home town of Wilma Flintstone. ANS: Bedrock
Originally built in Hyde Park, to house the Great Exhibition of 1851 AND the owner of Alistair in a British cartoon. ANS: Crystal (Crystal Palace, Crystal Tipps)


  1. Matthew Broderick’s character AND a big wheel.
  2. A container with a spout AND a baseball player.
  3. 1980 Grand National winner AND known to locals as simply the Ben.
  4. Keeps you warm AND a Crown Dependency which is officially part of the British Islands.

  5. On Angelina Jolie's upper left arm AND Stieg Larsson's female also had one.
  6. Mark Labbett AND the United States presidential state car.
  7. This park was an outdoor stadium located in San Francisco AND one of the 6 murder weapons in Cluedo.
  8. A 2021 British coming-of-age film written and directed by Kenneth Branagh AND a type of sink.
  9. A place to visit in Cornwall AND a former local government district in Cumbria, England.
  10. Won an Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay as writer of "Midnight Express" AND a word in the title of the first Harry Potter book.
  11. Small mammal AND in chemistry, a fundamental chemical quantity that characterizes the amount of substance.
  12. Two or more dumpsters in America AND UK snack first launched in 1974.
  13. Australian criminal Mark Read AND an iconic child's bike.
  14. Small fruit AND 30 St Mary Axe.
  15. A big machine AND a tall bird that has a long neck.
  16. Best-selling British-American novelist of A Woman of Substance AND a city situated on the edge of the Pennines.
  17. A type of shot in snooker AND a device for raising water.
  18. A stringed instrument AND the nickname of an Australian bush poet.
  19. A whiskey created by M.W. Heron in 1874 AND a film featuring the Louisiana National Guard.
  20. Was on the ten pound note AND an Australian city.
  21. A rifle AND drinking hole of Arthur Daley.
  22. A single or multiple pulley AND one of the founders of DIY store B&Q.
  23. To abruptly cut off contact with someone AND a 1981 song evoking themes of urban decay.
  24. British magazine, founded in 1961 AND sleuth.
  25. Domesticated as food by tribes in the Andean region of South America AND subject of testing.
  26. Slang for money AND an anagram of a British television talk show which ran on BBC1 from 1982 until 1992.
  27. An inventory of goals AND the protagonist of the novel Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
  28. Was the fastest female marathoner of all time AND a building of Oxford University known as "The Camera".
  29. A drink introduced to England in the late 17th century AND a puppet character.
  30. A city that spans the two continents of Asia and Africa AND pop band formed by the Fairbrass brothers.


  1. Ferris (Ferris Wheel and Ferris Bueller)
  2. Pitcher
  3. Ben Nevis
  4. Jersey
  5. Dragon tattoo (Stieg Larsson wrote The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo)
  6. The Beast
  7. Candlestick
  8. Belfast
  9. Eden (Eden Project and Eden District)
  10. Stone (Oliver stone and Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone)
  11. Mole
  12. Skips
  13. Chopper
  14. Gherkin
  15. Crane
  16. Bradofrd (Barbara Taylor Bradford is the author)
  17. Screw (Archimedes screw is a device used for raising water)
  18. Banjo (the poet is Andrew Barton "Banjo" Paterson who wrote "Waltzing Matilda")
  19. Southern Comfort
  20. Darwin
  21. Winchester (In Minder, Arthur hired an incompetent decorator nicknamed Heart Attack to do up the Winchester Club)
  22. Block (Richard Block (along with David Quayle) was founder of B& and the 'B' in the store's names stands for Block)
  23. Ghost (the song is "Ghost Town")
  24. Private Eye
  25. Guinea pig
  26. Wonga (Wonga is an acronym of Wogan)
  27. Bucket (Bucket list and Charlie Bucket)
  28. Radcliffe (Paula Radcliffe and Radcliffe Camera)
  29. Punch
  30. Said (Port Said and Right Said Fred