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 on Wednesdays at 20:30 on BBC2 between 21 September 1994 and 29 March 1995. The winners of each of the twelve first-round shows progressed to the second round, as did the four highest-scoring losing teams. From the second round onwards only the winners progressed.
|28/09/1994||New, Oxford||145||115||North London|
|12/10/1994||Brasenose, Oxford||185||190||Trinity, Cambridge|
|26/10/1994||Open||135||150||St Benet's Hall, Oxford|
|09/11/1994||Robert Gordon, Aberdeen||75||225||Bristol|
|16/11/1994||Queen's, Belfast||160||215||Birkbeck, London|
|30/11/1994||Lampeter||170||120||King's Coll Med&Dent, London|
|07/12/1994||Jesus, Cambridge||80||290||St Andrews|
|28/12/1994||Trinity, Cambridge||300||215||Queen's, Belfast|
|04/01/1995||St Andrews||255||120||Birkbeck, London|
|11/01/1995||New, Oxford||200||175||St Benet's Hall, Oxford|
|15/02/1995||Trinity, Cambridge||335||155||St Andrews|
|29/03/1995||Trinity, Cambridge||390||180||New, Oxford|
The champions, Trinity College, Cambridge, 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.