Category: The Times – Specialist
11-October-2020 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Zone 301 Clues & Answers

  1. Helen ____ played Catriona in Absolutely Fabulous
  2. Product providing a steady flow of income
  3. Emerge from fence, villain finally nicked
  4. Thorny stuff catching pedestrian jogging in a wet Beijing
  5. GT stands for the Italian phrase "gran ____”
  6. 1979 comedy horror film in which Count Dracula is expelled from his castle by a communist government
  7. No honeyed drink brought back or spirit
  8. The mounts of the Band of the Royal Netherlands Army Mounted Regiments
  9. Nearly all changed? Only for fiscals
  10. Device accumulating electric charge on a hollow metal globe
  11. Jacob ____'s sculptures include St Michael's Victory over the Devil, on the east wall of Coventry Cathedral
  12. Rock tackles panic arising from gas shortage
  13. Second year students issuing positive notes
  14. Some in school went halves on leaving
  15. What Italians call a "ferrovia”
  16. "Do you find you can't finish the ____ like you used to [. . .]?” (Doc Morrissey in The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin)
  17. Marine creature going round in shallow pool endlessly
  18. Looks good for mathematician's term
  19. Union territory between Harayana and Uttar Pradesh
  20. Troops used after ending of police protection
  21. US informal name for a large office divided into sections for individual workers
  22. Margot Fonteyn's best-known partner was Rudolf ____
  23. One born Elizabeth to become senior sister
  24. Australia's Test cricket captain, 1999-2004
  25. Dan Brown's fourth novel about Robert Langdon, which starts in Florence
  26. Work with willow is comparatively dense
  27. Device that can be used to record a cycle ride
  28. Perk up Dad, and face time of being old
  29. World of Sport anchorman, 1968-85
  30. Indicating pain or a requirement
  31. An event touring Alaska shows rare horses
  32. Something achieving a desired result ____
  33. Concerned with a strong Union, unlimited state ceremony organised
  34. David ____ won the 400m hurdles at the 1968 Olympics
  35. A Chinese tea made with partly fermented leaves
  36. An apparent bodily substance representing vigorous work
  37. Neighbour swallows Liberal line pretty much
  38. Stories about ending of human rights
  39. 2006 DreamWorks film about hungry animals raiding food in suburbia
  40. To pass through a membrane or porous barrier
  41. Isabella Linton's brother in Wuthering Heights
  42. Evil is found in trade by exchange — sign of a bastard
  43. Fish unknown in US port
  44. Having a pH value less than seven
  45. ____ replaced Sitka as Alaska's capital in 1906
  46. The dangling extension of the soft palate
  47. Scratching face, old Scotsman with a beard
  48. The French come with volumes, no end of reading
  49. The heel of Italy's "boot”
  50. Mammals with continuously growing incisors
  51. Police releasing pirates as before
  52. The best-selling studio album of 1974 in the UK, by Paul McCartney and Wings; a description of an active Fanfara dei Bersaglieri ensemble in the Italian army
  53. Red wine catalogue taken by a Midlands soccer team
  54. A not necessarily respectful name for an important person
  55. India's Border Security Force ____ Band is the world's first military band of its kind
  56. Two chaps prepared meat in eg Dubai
  57. Small fly found in cored apples perhaps
  58. Chansons de ____ are medieval verse romances about heroic deeds
  59. They arrange meets and after removing wheel, sort tyres out
  60. Australian arboreal marsupial, also called a phalanger
  61. Sailing vessel with only its foremast square-rigged (spelling with only one A)
  62. Southerner's horse securing a start in hunt
  63. Fruit and nuts unopened
  64. BBC TV quiz show which included "dummy keyboard” and "hidden melody” rounds
  65. Sport with 15 players on each side and H-shaped goalposts
  66. Skirt length one backed for dancing girl
  67. The River Rothay links Grasmere and ____ Water
  68. Always storing cut of meat in old conveyor
  69. Polish-born pianist Artur ____'s last concert was at the Wigmore Hall in 1976
  70. Informal description of goods awaiting a decision to buy or return
  71. Champ rallies on getting eagles
  72. Euphemism used in Monty Python's "How to recognize different parts of the body” sketch
  73. Triplets, primarily accommodated in space done up, stop me moving house
  74. A group of travellers using 10Ds
  75. Avant-garde arts movement launched in Italy in 1909
  76. In 1941, artist Roland Penrose wrote the ____ Manual of Camouflage
  77. Favourite place for relatives
  78. Full of excitement and enthusiasm about something new
  79. Changes going round about order of birds
  80. The end of Leonard Sachs's introduction to the final chorus of The Old Bull and Bush in The Good Old Days
  81. Sinclair Lewis novel satirising evangelism, filmed in 1960
  82. Molar apt to play up? Ingest one
  83. Old scouts very good in shortened Latin-American dance
  84. ____ starred with David Niven in Please Don't Eat the Daisies