Category: The Times – Specialist Crossword Answers
11-February-2024 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Buzz Answers

  1. 1.Quizzer from Scotland to search after answer
  2. 2.Informally, extremely wealthy people
  3. 3.Shopping bag overturned set of scales
  4. 4.Lollipop-sucking detective of 1970s TV
  5. 5.Landform which is the remains of a sub-glacial stream bed
  6. 6.Fixed stake in agrarian terrain
  7. 7.Note number plate on A road
  8. 8.Moon of Jupiter named after a foster mother of Zeus
  9. 9."Hary mugwort [. . .] had been put into deten by sigismund the mad maths master for saing ____ whenever a perpendicular was droped” (Nigel Molesworth)
  10. 10.____ was a spin-off from The Mary Tyler Moore Show
  11. 11.Political principle, Keir's first added to road map?
  12. 12.Liberal close to entering a ballot at pleasure
  13. 13.1957 Beckett play set in a post-apocalyptic wasteland
  14. 14.Alex ____ replaced Jonny Bairstow in England's 2022 T20 world cup squad
  15. 15.John Updike novel, filmed in 1987
  16. 16.What'll encourage a woman to follow international rugby league?
  17. 17.Iron ore which is the main ingredient of red ochre
  18. 18.Possibly until I used . . . it's this?
  19. 19.The mineral pitchblende is a form of ____ dioxide
  20. 20."God answers sharp and sudden on some prayers, / And ____ the thing we have prayed for in our face” (Elizabeth Barrett Browning)
  21. 21.Bernard Cribbins appeared 114 times in this TV show
  22. 22.Starts to shout noisily as pairs appear in this?
  23. 23.Glacial mass lecturer besieged by environmentalists
  24. 24.Plants often sold in pairs to put either side of an entrance
  25. 25.In road travel, a possible result of a leaky valve
  26. 26.Hughie ____ created Opportunity Knocks, the UK's first broadcast talent show
  27. 27.One indigenous species around SA I lead
  28. 28.Song for Kate and her three suitors in Kiss Me, Kate
  29. 29.Perform a favour; constrain someone else to do something
  30. 30.Spectre's blown up James with no justice
  31. 31.The Great ____ of 1054 formalised the division between Catholic and Orthodox churches
  32. 32.Slump? Money's short
  33. 33.Middle Eastern nation whose northern coast was ruled by Portugal, 1507-1656
  34. 34.Legendary relic once owned by Joseph of Arimathea
  35. 35.I tempt back current oil producer
  36. 36.Beginning to undo rope tangled round hard wooden block
  37. 37.Resin secreted by an Asian bug
  38. 38.National Park in the Cantabrian Mountains in northern Spain
  39. 39.Rhyming slang expression of incredulity
  40. 40.Iowan mob condemned witch
  41. 41.Search endlessly on Bing — it's what I do
  42. 42.Struggle wasting energy and time in office
  43. 43.The ____ near Lalibela in Ethiopia were one of the first 12 Unesco world heritage sites to be designated, in 1978
  44. 44.Areas of rough water created by opposing currents
  45. 45.The literary pseudonym of Mary Ann Evans
  46. 46.Bojo branded an abject rogue, he does occasional work around the House
  47. 47.US football star headed ball, support lacking at the back
  48. 48.Womble named after a Siberian city
  49. 49.Sort originally from region around here? Not he
  50. 50.Series which included Nuts in May and Abigail's Party
  51. 51.Staff on plane triumphed after first class run
  52. 52.Idiot once more dropping nuclear weapon
  53. 53.Plant of the brassica family, an ancient source of blue dye
  54. 54.Biggest city in northeastern Italy's Friuli region
  55. 55.High-value coin often mentioned in pirate fiction
  56. 56.Pigeons generally regarded as safe besetting man in East London
  57. 57.Shakespeare's region cut crop that's ripe
  58. 58.A Sunday Afternoon on the ____ is one of Seurat's best-known paintings
  59. 59.Greater Manchester town where Reebok had its headquarters until 1984
  60. 60.American shock rock band founded in 1973
  61. 61.Tree workmate cut down by morning
  62. 62.Chevrotain going round grass mound rolling
  63. 63.The muse of history
  64. 64.Upton ____'s 1906 book The Jungle was about meat-packing workers, but created more concern about food safety
  65. 65.Pravda condemned Shostakovich's opera ____ of Mtsensk as "muddle rather than music” shortly after Stalin saw it
  66. 66.Two pages of Series B UK passports show Anish ____'s work
  67. 67.Sweden accepted aliens, backing centre for those helping the distressed
  68. 68.State control set-up is constrained by small amount of money
  69. 69.To dim (one's eyes)
  70. 70.Ian ____ wrote the novels Amsterdam and Atonement
  71. 71.One name for a major pest
  72. 72.Royal surrendering rule like in Richard III?
  73. 73.J ____, senator for Arkansas 1945-74, founded a prestigious scholarship programme
  74. 74.____ nouveau is a wine sold in the year of its harvest
  75. 75.I return our awful food
  76. 76.Someone acting in a consciously independent way
  77. 77.Boundless charity event, one that remains more rowdy
  78. 78.Jess ____'s decision to go "on t'road” starts JB Priestley's The Good Companions
  79. 79.Lake Placid is in the ____ mountains in New York state
  80. 80.Vape offering formality about end of fag?
  81. 81.Nearly no good, nearly type nothing
  82. 82.Almost puncture close to kerb. Spare tyre?
  83. 83.Portuguese song genre, featured in a 2023 BBC Prom
  84. 84.John ____'s G has the shortest title for a Booker Prize winner
  85. 85.Feature of the flags of California, Panama and Tunisia
  86. 86.Obsessive after glimpse of flashing lighthouse in the past