Here's yet another idea for clue no. 94 - "Shakespearean items of headgear come from two extremes (10)" - although it's a bit dodgy as it makes use of a commercial brand/trading name.
Relevance to clue ...
1. 'Shakespearean items' ... the Shakespeare Company (of the U.S.A.) make & sell radio antennae & masts ('extensions'?), including extensions to such for greater reception/transmission range.
2. 'headgear' = extensions are hair (or similar) woven into existing hair.
3. 'come from two extremes' ... wordplay-wise, 'ex' + 'tensions' could tenuously mean from two opposing positions ('extremes'?).
4.'extensions' = Rooms added to houses (or additions to the telephone system within a house).
Well, that's more straw clutched at!
Happy Easter, Everyone. Soon, anyway.