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"Starter for Ten" by David Nicholls is a novel first published in 2003 about the character Brian Jackson and his first year of university, his attempts to get on the Granada Television quiz show University Challenge, and his tentative attempts at romance with Alice Harbinson, another member of the University Challenge team. The title is taken from an opening question to a round on the quiz show worth ten points, known as the teams' 'starter for ten.' Because this reference might be lost on American readers, it was originally released as A Question of Attraction when it was published in the United States.
- also known as A Question of Attraction
- language: English Language
- released in (13 years ago)
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From Adele to Ziggy, the Real A to Z of Rock and Pop by Dylan Jones
A starter for ten: The Voice Of Jazz: The Complete Recordings 1933-40 (Affinity, 1999).
by Susan Ratcliffe
January 1956, written by Spike Milligan 2 Your starter for ten. phrase often used by Bamber Gascoigne in University Challenge ...
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Starter For Ten
Ex-L&YR Class 27 No. 13 in its later BR guise passing the semaphores having just set off from Ramsbottom for Rawtenstall.
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