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  1. Comedy actor who played the title role in ITV sitcom Mr Digby Darling
  2. Chief port and capital of American Samoa
  3. John , 1989 World Indoor Championships 200m gold medallist
  4. David , 2002 Wimbledon singles tennis championship runner-up
  5. Federal republic in northeast Africa; capital Addis Ababa
  6. Ian , singer-songwriter portrayed by Andy Serkis in 2010 biopic Sex and Drugs and Rock and Roll
  7. Port in the Democratic Republic of the Congo; capital of the Belgian Congo until 1926
  8. Town in northern Israel; childhood home of Jesus
  9. The , 1994 adventure film starring Macaulay Culkin and Christopher Lloyd
  10. Rugby league team; 1971 Challenge Cup Final winners
  11. 1948 novel by Ross Lockridge, Jr
  12. See 1 Across
  13. 2009 novel by Michael Crichton
  14. Tracey , conceptual artist whose works include 1998s My Bed
  15. Young of a sheep
  16. Mountain in central Crete associated with the worship of Zeus in ancient times
  17. See 1 Down
  18. See 24 Across
  19. John , actor who played Roper in 1973 action film Enter the Dragon
  20. 1954 film comedy starring Paul Douglas and Alex Mackenzie
  21. See 4 Down
  22. John , 2003 World Championships 200m gold medallist
  23. R S , England Test cricketer who hit 104 against West Indies in Bridgetown in 2009
  24. John , director of films The Breakfast Club and Weird Science
  25. Jan , prime minister of South Africa from 1939-48
  26. River in Scotland that flows through the Grampian Mountains to the Moray Firth
  27. Jean , Morocco-born actor who played the title role in 1994 crime film Leon
  28. 1984 novel by Frederick Forsyth
  29. Stanley , FIFA president from 1961-74
  30. In architecture, the near triangular space between the curve of an arch and the framework above
  31. 1998 mystery film starring Dustin Hoffman and Sharon Stone
  32. See 24 Across
  33. Ray , winner of the 1970 World Snooker Championship
  34. In golf, an estimated standard score for a hole that a good player should make
  35. Charlotte , actress who played Oregon in 2011-16 Channel 4 series Fresh Meat
  36. The , 2001 novel by Ian Rankin
  37. Town in Greater Manchester; birthplace of composer William Walton
  38. See 3 Across
  39. 2009 novel by William Trevor
  40. 1927 novel by Dorothy L Sayers
  41. 2008 novel by Richard T Kelly
  42. Tamzin , actress who played Mel Owen in BBC TV soap EastEnders
  43. Jaroslav , Czech author of unfinished novel The Good Soldier Svejk
  44. Joe , World Heavyweight boxing champion from 1970-73
  45. Official language of Pakistan also spoken in India
  46. River that flows to the North Sea at Middlesbrough
  47. 2008 film drama starring, written and directed by Noel Clarke
  48. See 23 Across
  49. Jackie , Canadian entertainer; first host of ITV game show The Golden Shot
  50. Pokemon series character that is yellow-coloured with red cheek pouches
  51. 19th-century Bohemian dance with three steps and a hop
  52. Eleanor , actress who played Augusta Colt in 2004 romcom Wimbledon
  53. Active volcano in Sicily
  54. Long poem by Samuel Taylor Coleridge first published in 1798 volume Lyrical Ballads
  55. See 6 Across
  56. Motor racing circuit that hosted the F1 San Marino GP between 1981-2006
  57. Mark , rugby union fly-half; 1980 Australia Test debutant against New Zealand
  58. Port in southwest Morocco almost totally destroyed by an earthquake in 1960
  59. Alloy of copper and zinc containing more than 50 per cent of the former
  60. 15th-century Hungarian light horseman
  61. The , 2009 film drama starring Paul Anderson and Calum McNab
  62. 1976 Alex Haley novel subtitled The Saga of an American Family
  63. 1990 crime drama film starring Sean Penn, Ed Harris and Gary Oldman
  64. 2014 action film starring Dwayne Johnson in the title role
  65. Jeremy , US actor who played the title role in 2013-16 ITV drama series Mr Selfridge
  66. 2011 novel by Bernard Cornwell
  67. See 3 Down
  68. US state; capital Columbus
  69. 1973 adventure film starring Rod Taylor in the title role
  70. Actor who played Lt Philip Gerard in 1960s US television series The Fugitive
  71. Bobby , ice hockey player; James Norris Memorial Trophy winner from 1968-75
  72. Leslie , actress who played Carol Landau in 1985 film comedy Shadey
  73. Robert , French photographer whose works include 1950s Kiss by the Hotel de Ville
  74. Angela , Best Actress in a Leading Role Oscar nominee for Whats Love Got to Do With It
  75. Island of the Moluccas, Indonesia, on which occurred a 1942 World War II battle between Allied and Japanese forces
  76. Melvyn , author of novels Crystal Rooms and Now is the Time
  77. Meteorological unit of measurement used to calculate cloud cover
  78. Philippine plant related to the banana whose leafstalks are the source of Manila hemp
  79. Shrimp-like marine crustacean; principal food of whalebone whales
  80. 1978 stage musical composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice
  81. Actress who played Nicola Murray in BBC TV comedy series The Thick of It
  82. Ottorino , Italian composer of operas Maria Egiziaca and Semirama
  83. Edward , actor who starred as Arnold Bedford in 1964 adventure film First Men in the Moon
  84. Pieter , Dutch painter whose works include 1647 still life Breakfast with Ham
  85. M J , Australia Test cricketer who hit an unbeaten 103 against England at Edgbaston in 2009
  86. Annual plant with edible sticky green pods also called ladies fingers
  87. 2002-04 Cheltenham Gold Cup winner ridden by Jim Culloty
  88. 1578 novel by John Lyly subtitled The Anatomy of Wit
  89. Castle, Kent home of Anne Boleyn before her marriage to Henry VIII
  90. Larry , actor who played the title role in 1946 biopic The Jolson Story
  91. See 11 Across
  92. 1981 novel by Peter Carey
  93. Cyd , actress and dancer who played Fiona Campbell in 1954 film Brigadoon
  94. The , 1953 film drama starring Richard Burton and Jean Simmons
  95. Liquid of shellac dissolved in alcohol that dries to form a hard protective coating
  96. Heavyweight boxer; 1967 and 1970 BBC Sports Personality of the Year Award winner
  97. Tycho , Danish astronomer who established the Uraniborg Observatory on the island of Hven
  98. Tree or shrub of the genus Myrica also called bayberry
  99. Brian , Grand National winner on Red Alligator and Red Rum
  100. Marcus Vipsanius , Roman general, son-in-law of Augustus, who died in 12 BC

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