University Challenge 5 (munch munch)
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40 years old in 2002, you too can have a go at the Bamber Gascoigne – Jeremy Paxman show, albeit with a difference. For visitors to Oxford I suggest you park in one of the five park and ride car parks the surround the city, and take the bus in to the centre. From here you can start our little quiz. But be warned, the caches are in black 35mm film cassettes and due to the very urban nature of their locations, are much in the public spotlight. The trick is to winkle them out of their hidey holes without attracting attention. Each cache (apart from no. 5) initially contains some low grade coinage, a ‘golden nugget’ and a blue crystal and a 66 signature micro log, but no pencil, bring your own. Happy hunting!
Due to the fact I could not find a hidey hole for any of my micros I am afraid this has to be a virtual. But to keep in with the spirit of the game please include photo of the object.
What is it?
And for a bonus, who commissioned it?
(No hints available.)
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum