- In which year did transportation to Australia officially end: (a)1788, (b)1828, or (c)1868?
- The Danish name for the Faroe Islands translates as: (a)the islands of sheep, (b)the land of hermits, or (c)the windy islands?
- Hugo Drax is a Bond villain in which 007 film: (a)Octopussy, (b)You Only Live Twice, or (c)Moonraker?
- Name the son of King Henry VIII who was king of England until his death aged just 15: (a)Edward IV, (b)Edward V, or (c)Edward VI?
- What is the most commonly used 'noun' in the English language: (a)school, (b)time, or (c)thing?
- Name Britain's longest-running weekly women's magazine:(a)Woman's Own, (b)Vintage Life, or (c)The Lady?
- What did Cecil Chubb buy at auction for £6,600 in 1915: (a)London Bridge, (b)Mount Everest, or (c)Stonehenge?
- Who was the first monarch to reside at Buckingham Palace: (a)George IV, (b)William IV, or (c)Queen Victoria?
- In 2005, Bill and Hilary Clinton had front row seats at the wedding of which famous couple: (a)Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles, (b)actor Ashton Kutcher and actress Demi Moore, or (c)Donald Trump and model Melania Knauss?
- Which British Prime Minister was the longest serving in the 20th Century: (a)Sir Winston Churchill, (b)Margaret Thatcher, or (c)Tony Blair?
- Noel Harrison who recorded 'The Windmills of Your Mind' was related to which famous person: (a)the brother of Beatle George Harrison, (b)the son of actor Rex Harrison, or (c)the grandson of President Benjamin Harrison?
- What in Australia is 'Q1': (a)Australia's tallest building, (b)the Prime Minister's official aircraft, or (c)the main national radio station?
- Which of these inventions could Queen Victoria have never seen: (a)telephone, (b)Coca Cola, or (c)teabags?
- The Battle of Hastings was fought in which month: (a)March, (b)June, or (c)October?
- The islands of sheep
- Edward VI
- The Lady
- Stonehenge (and gave it to the nation three years late)
- Donald Trump and model Melania Knauss
- Margaret Thatcher (11 years, 209 days; Tony Blair served 10 years, 56 days)
- Son of Rex Harrison
- Australia's tallest building (Queensland Number 1)
Multiple Choice Questions II
- In which city was Mother Theresa born: (a)Skopje, (b)Tirana, or (c)Zagreb?
- Which actor co-hosted the Oscars in 1959 and won the Best Actor Award on the same night: (a)David Niven, (b)Jack Lemon, or (c)Frank Sinatra?
- Which country did President Obama visit on his first overseas trip as President: (a)Canada, (b)Mexico, or (c)United Kingdom?
- Which of the Baltic states is the most northern: (a)Estonia, (b)Latvia, or (c)Lithuania?
- By what name do we better know Roger Dawson: (a)the Beano magazine's Roger the Dodger, (b)singer Roger Whittaker, or (c)actor Roger Moore?
- Other than India, which country is Hindi an official language: (a)Fiji, (b)Sri Lanka, or (c)Bangladesh?
- Who is the first person to have won both the Turner Prize and an Oscar: (a)Tracey Emin,(b)actress Emma Thompson, or (c)film director Steve McQueen?
- The supermarket giant Morrisons and the mail order catalogue company Grattan PLC both have their headquarters in which city: (a)Bradford, (b)Birmingham, or (c)Bristol?
- How many stars are there on the Australian flag: (a)4, (b)5, or (c)6?
- What were the first words spoken by Buzz Adrin on the moon: (a)beautiful view, (b)that sun is bright, or (c)Neil, I'm out here?
- In which century did Nostradamus live: (a)14th Century, (b)15th Century, or (c)16th Century?
- Approximately, how much would a small one kilogram gold bar be worth: (a)£3,000, (b)£32,000, or (c)£320,000?
- David Niven
- Canada (since 1981, it was tradition that the U.S. president's first foreign visit should be to Canada)
- Roger the Dodger
- Steve McQueen
- Beautiful view ('Magnificent desolation' was his second sentence in reply to Armstrong's 'isn't it magnificent?')
- 16th Century (103 - 1566)
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