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University Challenge 7 (Sizzle Sizzle)

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Hidden : 3/28/2004
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Sizzle Sizzle. Name the three that were burnt to their deaths here? A log will not be accepted unless the answer to the above question is emailed to me through my profile. Please do not include the answer in your log.

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. Happy hunting!
Standing on the X in the middle of the road, Broad Street opens out towards the east. Balliol College immediately on your left, followed by Trinity with its excellent surrounding gardens. (well worth a stroll around if open). Then followed by Blackwells, supposedly the worlds largest bookshop. All on 4 floors with a decent little pub, The White Horse, in the middle. Go down stairs into the Norrington Room and just look at the vast expanse of books on sale.Coming back on the right hand side, the Sheldonian Theatre, an early work by Christopher Wren, Exeter College with Blackwells Art Shop on ground floor.

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