It's time again for the Magazine's quiz of the week's news, Seven Days Seven Questions.
There is no quiz league this month because of the Christmas holiday. But there will be a one-off league for the Magazine's annual quiz, 52 Weeks, 52 Questions, later this month.
This week's highlights of the Lunchtime Bonus Question (in which we give you the answer and you tell us the question) include:
- Ibbi of Portsmouth who on Monday said "Thought for the Day Advent Calendar: 1 Dec: ____________" was the correct question to the answer "It's all downhill from here."
- Rob Holman of Chislehurst, Kent who on Tuesday thought "When throwing caution to the wind, you must beware what?" was the correct question to the answer "Boomerang factor".
- Craig of Geneva who on Wednesday thought "How is Rubens's oeuvre best described?" was the correct question to the answer "Art of kilograms".
They were all wrong, and they weren't alone. For more wrong questions, see the Lunchtime Bonus Question from 1030 GMT every weekday as part of the Magazine (www.bbc.co.uk/magazine), where you see the funky knife and fork. For today's round, click this link.