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

  1. Villain losing his head on opening stretch
  2. Golf club used to reach the green or get out of a hazard
  3. Girl in bed very put out
  4. An imaginary place where all is as bad as it could be
  5. Duluth and Thunder Bay lie on the shore of this large body of fresh water
  6. Judge keeping African party in session
  7. Bad-tempered ladies perhaps pulling face
  8. To take ____ is to support one group rather than another
  9. Nothing wrong with a short book
  10. Michael ____ was appointed as environment minister by both Margaret Thatcher and John Major
  11. Earthenware flown from the east
  12. ____ and Treacle, the 1976 Dennis Potter TV play starring Denholm Elliott which was not transmitted until 1987
  13. The ____ of Man, Jacob Bronowski's 1973 TV series about the development of science and philosophy
  14. Hospital accepted two upright characters crossing Washington state
  15. Pianist star of At the Drop of a Hat
  16. Motion appearing right away to get poetic inspiration
  17. Cochons sauvages
  18. Argentina featuring in bound newspaper
  19. Early device for measuring the altitude of stars
  20. Nigerian writer in distress on returning
  21. It develops into a plant's seed after fertilisation
  22. Quiet anger about coloured liquid reduction
  23. Alternative to "stalls” as the name of a theatre seating area
  24. Not one getting about in street tracked vehicle
  25. 16th-century luthier Andrea ____ is credited with originating the violin, viola and cello
  26. England's cricket hero in the 2019 World Cup final . . .
  27. Outmoded present coming from unknown lady
  28. Fourth highest mountain in the world
  29. Mollusc in centre's something dire
  30. The parasitic plant Viscum album
  31. A daughter of Zeus and Mnemosyne
  32. "Please speak now” on radio or TV
  33. With several branches, Standard to ring in the morning
  34. Day in South American country for Harold's partner
  35. Part of a horse's foot between the fetlock and the hoof
  36. Henry IV's ____ of Nantes was revoked by Louis XIV's ____ of Fontainebleau
  37. Unwanted irregular fluctuations accompanying a transmitted electrical signal
  38. Great ____, large seabird, extinct since the mid-19th century
  39. Cheer on importing Italian bitumen
  40. Plenty of roll in a ball
  41. Feroze ____'s wife and elder son both became prime ministers of India
  42. Sir ____ is Olivia's uncle in Twelfth Night
  43. Nickname of Newcastle United
  44. Affaire d'____, a duel
  45. Mum starts to use low-cal batter
  46. Twin succeeded in Uganda
  47. At serious risk
  48. Clay under damp soil that's large showing up
  49. An opening in a battlement for shooting through
  50. Mini casing starts to drop off, making marks
  51. Australian baobabs
  52. American term for a dinner jacket
  53. Mohammed's wife votes with Middle Eastern ruler, ignoring second husband
  54. The dominant high jumping technique before the more efficient straddle replaced it in the 1950s
  55. Card game introduced by senior? Old hat
  56. Violent striking back-hander
  57. Its novels are The Man of Property, In Chancery and To Let
  58. See 17A
  59. Son interrupting lesson is of a piece
  60. The Dandy's wild-west strong man who ate cow pies
  61. One following Marlborough's first in series of court battles
  62. Old Scottish love song also known as Maxwelton Braes
  63. Tops in the Open, Tiger previously lacking energy
  64. The wild pansy
  65. Room for bit of laughter in TV and school magazine?
  66. Unlike most plant fossils, ____ wood preserves the three-dimensional form of the original organic material
  67. & 20A: . . . and the award he received on BBC TV on December 15
  68. Relative and wife reverse things done in the past
  69. Sauce of egg yolks, lemon juice, butter, shallots and herbs
  70. Your setter has spirit for the Irish gig
  71. 19th-century singer Jenny Lind was the "Swedish ____”
  72. The farthing was thus after 1956
  73. Magnificent white in Majestic style
  74. "Yodelling” pop singer, first UK-based performer to have three consecutive UK No 1 hits, in 1962
  75. Number one tube network in old city
  76. US title of an unconventional 1961 film directed by Alain Resnais, about relationships between aristocrats
  77. Sobriquet of Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick
  78. Prominent rock on southwestern moorland
  79. "It's not ____ if they're really after you” (tagline of the 1998 film Enemy of the State)
  80. Experts hedging about discontinued UK currency
  81. A dish from Malaysia posed as before
  82. Style of beard worn by Lenin and Boris Becker
  83. Maybe the amount that "makes the medicine go down”
  84. African antelope with lyre-shaped horns
  85. Allure
  86. Catholic excused from belief to try again