If you don't understand what this page is all about, then click here, otherwise without further ado, here are this month's five puzzles in order of increasing difficulty.
This next puzzle needs an introductory (and deliberately obscure) question. How many times does each nationality feature in the following list of six? SC; GL; RM; TD; PB; DC.
When I started this page, I produced five odd-one-out puzzles each month. Now I am running out of good ideas, the page is going to be updated less often. Answers will appear in due course, but if you get desperate, you can always email me. In each case, you must identify the odd one out and give the connection between the other four items. (Warning: In some cases I am assuming a reasonable familiarity with British culture.)
If the concept of what you have to do is not clear, then here is an
WRONG ANSWER: There is an obvious boring answer to this, namely that all of these are animals
except the last, but that would be a rather pointless puzzle. Zero marks.
RIGHT ANSWER: The answer I'm looking for is that the first (hippopotamus) is the odd one out because all the others have horns.