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 Tuesday, 24 December, 2002, 09:08 GMT
Quiz: A year in entertainment
It has been yet another headline-topping year in the world of entertainment and the arts.

But how much from the last 12 months can you remember? Pit your wits against BBC News Online's entertainment news review quiz.

Who was 2002's highest-paid Hollywood actress, commanding more than $20m a film?
A: Cameron Diaz
B: Nicole Kidman
C: Julia Roberts
"I rang the buzzer and out of the box came the voice of Moses." Who said this and what were they talking about?
A: Satirist Michael Moore, on his film Bowling For Columbine, which featured an interview with Charlton Heston
B: BBC reporter Jeremy Bowen, on making his TV documentary exploring whether Moses really existed
C: Director Steven Spielberg on how he met the actor who voiced the lead character in his animation Prince of Egypt
Whose novel about a boy stranded in a lifeboat with a hyena, a zebra with a broken leg, a depressed orang-utan and a Bengal tiger won the 50,000 Booker Prize?
A: Sarah Waters
B: Yann Martel
C: Rohinton Mistry
"Oh my God. I'm sorry. This moment is so much bigger than me." Who said this during their Oscar acceptance speech?
A: Sidney Poitier
B: Denzel Washington
C: Halle Berry
Which film swept the board at the annual Bollywood awards this year in Malaysia?
A: Lagaan
B: Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham
C: Chandni Bar
"How could such a destructive man be so popular with the American people?" Which high-profile star said this about President George W Bush?
A: Charlie Sheen
B: Barbra Streisand
C: Robert Redford
Whose TV antics won the Best Comedy Performance award at this year's Baftas?
A: Ricky Gervais
B: Graham Norton
C: Peter Kay
Will Young's debut release Evergreen/Anything is Possible was the fastest-selling UK single to date? How many copies were sold by the end of its first chart-topping weekend?
A: 2,470,664
B: 1,108,269
C: 597,362
Which parts of Michael Jackson's body hit headlines when he appeared in court over a $21m lawsuit?
A: His nose and eyes
B: His nose and foot
C: His nose and cheekbones
Whose voice was cut from a hit cartoon about a reindeer because its makers said US viewers would not like his accent?
A: Robbie Williams
B: Jasper Carrott
C: Jimmy Nail
Which famous Meryl Streep film had its operatic debut in London's Royal Opera House?
A: Kramer vs Kramer
B: Out of Africa
C: Sophie's Choice
"I'd like to go there. But if Jeffrey Archer is there I want to go to Lewisham." Who said this, about whether they believed they would go to heaven?
A: Paul Merton
B: Spike Milligan
C: Edwina Currie

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