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University Challenge results, 1995


This was the first series when the show was revived after an eight year break, and the first to appear on the BBC. It was shown between September 1994 and March 1995.

 
First round
21/09/1994Birmingham170205Aberdeen
28/09/1994New, Oxford145115North London
05/10/1994Liverpool150100Sheffield
12/10/1994Brasenose, Oxford185190Trinity, Cambridge
19/10/1994UMIST95185Edinburgh
26/10/1994Open135150St Benet's Hall, Oxford
02/11/1994Sussex120210Robinson, Cambridge
09/11/1994Robert Gordon, Aberdeen75225Bristol
16/11/1994Queen's, Belfast160215Birkbeck, London
23/11/1994Hull130265Keble, Oxford
30/11/1994Lampeter170120King's Coll Med&Dent, London
07/12/1994Jesus, Cambridge80290St Andrews
Second round
14/12/1994Aberdeen325145Brasenose, Oxford
21/12/1994Open235180Bristol
28/12/1994Trinity, Cambridge300215Queen's, Belfast
04/01/1995St Andrews255120Birkbeck, London
11/01/1995New, Oxford200175St Benet's Hall, Oxford
18/01/1995Birmingham230150Lampeter
25/01/1995Edinburgh255130Keble, Oxford
01/02/1995Robinson, Cambridge255105Liverpool
Quarter Finals
08/02/1995Aberdeen225155Open
15/02/1995Trinity, Cambridge335155St Andrews
22/02/1995New, Oxford175165Birmingham
01/03/1995Edinburgh230185Robinson, Cambridge
Semi Finals
15/03/1995Aberdeen235245Trinity, Cambridge
22/03/1995New, Oxford260220Edinburgh
Final
29/03/1995Trinity, Cambridge390180New, Oxford


The champions, Trinity, were Sean Blanchflower, Kwasi Kwarteng, Robin Bhattacharyya, and Erik Gray, students of Maths, Classics, Maths, and English, respectively. The series winners' trophy was presented to Trinity by Bamber Gascoigne, the show's presenter for 25 years.

Winners are given in bold, and the four highest scoring first round losers in italics. An italicised score indicates that the result was decided by a tie-break.