Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (July 15th 2017) clues of The Guardian Prize crossword.

Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 30 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

Cousteau's source of inspiration? One of the 14 on an organ (8)
Dirty team containing one left back (7)
Tibetan tradition, to some extent? (6)
Sea Eagle follows Little Cloud, initially over posh Swiss city (7)
Storyteller as part of line-up (4)
For an actor, breaking a leg is good! (4)
Daughter committing sin with the same short, bold actions? (7-2)
Tea Party's principal threat? (3,6)
Best group Way Back in the 1960s (5)
Fish caught by 21 down reactionary (5)
Right people for Royal Navy? (5)
Brush-off outside pub leads to rows (8)
More playful fellow, with accident more likely? (8)
In China, family name some garden 3 (4)
The Guardian's in Somerset town right away for a golf match (8)
Original letters from First Girl I Loved, now involved in brief affair (5)
Fellow going off Gently Tender at first? Very much so (6)
Horseplay involving a horny man (4)
Clue I set after final appearance of David Gray, perhaps (6)
Great bit of leg in Sun publication (8)
Erected very large house in London area (4)
Instruments from 5000 Spirits? 10% of them (5)
Layers of the Onion on repeat for long periods (4)
Make it big before Painting Box (6,3)
Starts in Sound Techniques (early production stage) (4)
The 14 man with no piano, instead getting drunk (7)
Very good gimbri intro intended, say, for Chinese White? (7)
Group showing creative inspiration (4)
Prickly chap in side bet­ween posts before own goal (8)
The writer inspired by ditty about bankers? (6)