Eat, think and be merry (food)

1. Spinach
2. Lettuce
3. Biscuit
4. 20
5. A methuselah
6. A plum
7. Bergamot orange
8. Whisky and Drambuie
9. A whole lemon
10. A spat

Timely teasers

1. A stuffed tiger toy
2. David Walliams
3. Oxford
4. Jamaica
5. Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen
6. Eyford
7. The Prince of Wales
8. Hugh John Mungo Grant
9. David Hockney
10. Two

Sporting chances

1. Fencing
2. Twelve
3. Real tennis
4. Walter Swinburn
5. Left
6. Showjumping
7. A free shot
8. Cutty Sark
9. Six
10. The Jockey Club

The nature of the game (wildlife and plants)

1. A squirrel
2. March and April
3. Stinging nettle
4. True
5. A yaffle
6. The pygmy shrew
7. A labour
8. Quilling
9. Red
10. A young seedling or grafted tree without branches

There’s an art to it

1. The safety curtain
2. Tempera
3. St Ives
4. A prize sow
5. George MacDonald Fraser
6. Captain Flint
7. Frans Hals
8. The Night Mail
9. Sir Winston Churchill
10. Pericles

And the rest is history…

1. The French invasion of Fishguard in 1797
2. Harry Hotspur
3. The Fosse Way
4. Anne of Cleves
5. Lady Jane Grey
6. 240
7. The Recuyell of the Histories of Troye by William Caxton (between 1472 and 1474)
8. The Iceni
9. William Pitt the Younger
10. 1921

Play on words

1. A rolling stone gathers no moss
2. A stitch in time saves nine
3. All’s well that ends well
4. A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush
5. Women and children first The dastardly dozen
1. Desert
2. Trip
3. Tok
4. Plump
5. Bellowing
6. Confusion
7. Wake
8. Parcel
9. Fling
10. Pitying
11. Descent
12. Flock

Pictures

1. A painted lady
2. Horseball
3. The speaker in the House
of Lords
4. An ammonite
5. A wild boar
6. An ash
7. The Irish Guards
8. Yes (it’s a sand lizard)
9. Hopetoun House
10. A Sealyham terrier
11. On the elbow (it’s a coulter from a suit of armour)
12. St Michael’s Mount, Cornwall